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Pelikan Souverän M600 Plunger Fountain Pen - Black/ Green

by Pelikan

RRP: £250.00
Price: £203.98 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details
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  • The Souveran range is the classic Pelikan plunger fountain pen and rightly regarded as one of the finest range of pens in the world.
  • Hand-crafted using high-quality materials, Pelikan fine writing instruments are among the very best in the world.
  • Each pen comes with a three-year international guarantee.
  • The precious resin barrels are diamond-ground and feature semi-translucent barrels so you can see the available ink supply.
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandPelikan
Model Number980029
Product Dimensions13.4 x 1.2 x 1.2 cm
Number of Items1
Point Typemedium
Ink ColourBlack
Tip Typefountain
Manufacturer Part NumberM600
  
Additional Information
ASINB002MSU14S
Best Sellers Rank 117,814 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight249 g
Date First Available30 Jun 2011
  
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Souverän 600 Plunger fountain pen M600 M Black/Green

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Condition and origin: This Pelikan luxury item is brand new and guaranteed 100% original. Warranty: This item includes a worldwide warranty from Pelikan. Also includes: * Original box * Pelikan Authorised Dealer's Warranty (stamped when you purchase the item) * Pelikan manual

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Amazon.com: 6 reviews
34 of 34 people found the following review helpful
A classic for a reason 24 Aug 2005
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Over the past several years I have switched from ballpoints to fountain pens because they are much more comfortable to use (they require much less pressure than a ballpoint to operate) and because they are interesting gadgets. During this time I have used numerous different brands and models and I have always been impressed with Pelikan pens at all price ranges - both for their style and function. I am especially happy with my 600.

As with all of the Pelikans I have used, the 600 is totally reliable for the following reasons: it never skips or hesitates even if unused for a few weeks, the piston filler works smoothly and holds a decent amount of ink, the clip is secure and easy to use, and the nib is smooth without being slippery. Additionally, the 600 (like the 200, 400, 800, and 1000 series) has a nib unit that can be unscrewed from the barrel and replaced with different sized nibs that are sold seperately.

What sets the 600 apart from the other Pelikan series I have listed above is the size (and weight - it's lighter than the 800 or 1000 without feeling flimsy), it is wider than a standard stick pen which means it is more comfortable to use for extended writing sessions, but not so wide that it feels too large.

You should also be aware that Chartpak, the US distributor of Pelikan, has much better customer service than any of the other fountain pen companies that I have dealt with.

Some people reading this might be attracted to fountain pens because they are considered luxury goods or status symbols. If this describes you, you might want to reconsider. I have found that waiting for someone to notice your pen is like waiting for someone to notice your shoelaces - it rarely happens. For those of you who want a pen that is more than an expensive bauble, the 600 is it - a perfect blend of function and form.
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Good writer, a bit light 8 Feb 2010
By Koyote - Published on Amazon.com
I've got one with a fine nib, which runs a little wide. Probably more like a medium, in my opinion.
Good ink capacity, smooth and wet writer, nice balance with the cap posted. Very reliable with no skipping and seems to write forever on a fill. Great service from the US distributor (Chartpak) including free nib swap for a different size within first thirty days. Nice understated appearance.

Only potential issue is that it is very light; if you like a bit of heft, go for the M800, which is almost twice as heavy and also slightly longer and fatter.
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
TOTALLY Agree with Comments... 7 Aug 2006
By Adam N. Lamar - Published on Amazon.com
I've had a Pelikan for 10 years - completely reliable and beautiful writing instrument - you can't go wrong!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Nice pen with some shortcomings... 4 May 2014
By Thomas - Published on Amazon.com
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PROS:
The nib is absolutely perfect. It's nice to look at but more importantly writes with a buttery smoothness. The barrel is slightly translucent too - which is cool. It wrote directly out of the box with no hard starts or skips. I can probably go so far as to say that the nib writes better than some pens that cost twice as much (including some that I have)

CONS:
It's possible I should've done more research, but I thought I'd done my homework on this pen before I ordered it. The pen is still very diminutive in length - it's smaller than a Parker Sonnet - the girth is good though. Also, it can be uncapped in just under one twist, and I don't like that. I know some people don't like having to rotate the cap several times to remove it but I like to KNOW that my cap isn't coming off. Again, it is small even for someone with average-sized hands; though it will write very comfortably posted. I also agree with another reviewer that the barrel feels like cheap plastic, and I was hoping for more with a pen at this price range.

Despite all that it's still inked up and I still like writing with it.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Fountain Pen 13 Feb 2013
By Justin M Yeung - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
This pen writes well. I like the screw down lid. It is lighter than I prefer and has a "plastic" feel. For the price, this is not what I expected. I have several heavier pens with metal in the body that were considerably cheaper. The service and communication were very good and the package arrived very promptly to regional Australia.
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