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Pilot Capless LS Luxury Silent Black Fountain Pen
Pilot Capless LS Luxury Silent Black Fountain Pen has a smooth operation feeling that you can touch unintentionally. When clicked, the pen nib comes out quietly. Also when storing the pen nib, you can smoothly store it with one hand without sound.
The pen nib can be stored smoothly just by turning the knob at the rear end a little.
This fountain pen comes with a retractable rhodium-plated 18k gold nib. A hidden trap door helps keep the nib from drying out when not in use. A Pilot CON-40 converter and a metal cartridge cap are included with this pen.
Pilot revolutionised the fountain pen with its release of the Capless fountain pen in 1963 been the world's first retractable fountain pen. It has an ubiquitous retractable mechanism that allows the nib to retract into barrel when not in use. The pen's carefully positioned clip ensures the nib is kept in an upright position to prevent accidental ink leakage when clasped to a pocket.
About Pilot Pen
The Pilot Pen Corporation
was founded by Ryosuke Namiki with Masao Wada in 1918 under the name of the Namiki Manufacturing Company. Pilot Fountain Pen is well known globally as the best Japanese pen manufacturer producing fine writing instruments and stationery and to some extent, jewellery.
Being the largest pen manufacturer in Japan, many Pilot Fountain Pens are produced purely for the usage of domestic market. However, some premium range of limited edition, special editions were open for international markets.
Known for its Japanese maki-e fountain pens, Pilot Fountain Pen is widely recognized as the leader in luxury Japanese lacquer pens among many other Japanese maki-e pen brands in Japan. Pilot Fountain Pens are excellent in choices of nibs and the quality of rollerballs and ball pens.
On special occasions, like Pilot’s anniversary, Limited Edition Pens and Special Edition maki-e Pilot Anniversary Pens were produced to mark the milestone of the company’s journey. These are the highest in quality and usually made to pay homage to Japanese unique culture and heritage.