Parker Frontier Stainless Steel Gold Trim Medium Nib Fountain Pen
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
Customers Who Viewed This Item Also Viewed
What do customers buy after viewing this item?
Parker Frontier GT Fountain Pen Stainless Steel with Gold-plated 23k Nib and 14k Trim. Delivered in Parker Frontier gift box as illustrated, complete with single cartridge.
Top Customer Reviews
I enjoy using this pen, it actually makes me want to write. I Thoroughly recommend it.Parker Frontier GT Fountain Pen Stainless Steel with Gold-plated 23k Nib and 14k Trim Ref S0880810
- Feels nice to write with (very smooth, no scratching)
- Produces nice letters - has improved the look of my writing
- Smooth feeling means you can write for long periods with this pen no problem!
- INK!! It tears through ink like there's no tomorrow! I would suggest purchasing a piston cartridge and using ink bottles...
Overall a good choice for someone with a modest budget, who simply wants a small improvement in their handwriting and a nice pen to write with.
The nib is surprisingly weak. Recently the pen rolled off of a 3ft high table onto carpet with no lid on, and the nib was bent at 90 degrees at the tip. Needle-nose pliers restored some function, and I can hardly complain at the price - but I'd be leaning toward three stars at the RRP. I'm making a point of the weak nib because Parker's website claims that the frontier's nib is "famously hard-wearing"...
Overall, worth it.
At half-price it was well worth the money spent.
A fantastic pen, you can not go wrong with this one.
Ah Parker!! The Prince of pens. The GT Fountain Pen from Parker is, indeed, a gem of a pen.
In stainless steel with a 14k trim and 23k nib, it really is a joy. Parker pens have always had a certain mystique and history about them. One is reminded of the time one found a very old orange Centennial Duofold Parker fountain pen in a junk shop and grabbed it for a quid - that's a pound to the uninitiated. It was the same type as the one owned by General Douglas MacArthur ( who knows..it may have been his) and, if memory serves, with which he signed the surrender documents with Japan aboard the U.S.S. Missouri on September 2, 1945. There's history for you! But enough of history. The Parker Frontier GT Fountain Pen writes beautifully and precisely. It comes with a nice little pouch in which to store it when not in use. Well, you're not going to write with it in the pouch...Are you? Really? Oh....Right. Anyway. Beautiful pen. Add it to your collection.
A bargain for a piece of history at a little over a tenner. That's ten pounds to the uninit...Ah forget it.
What more can I write....?
Buy it. Beautiful pen.
Parker Jotter stainless steel fountain pen for use with ink cartridges or convertible to bottled ink, EACH
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My mum loved it, as she has been a fan of Parker pens all her life. Was a little expensive for me, but it was worth it. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Thomas Brown
Used for marriage registration. Never failed, even full of indelible registrar's ink.Published 22 months ago by T. Williamson
This pen never really performed well. The ink was slow, After somew frustration using it I discarded it and bought a vector fountain pen which has been excellent.Published on 9 April 2014 by Dr A O Kane
Still using this newly acquired elegant tool to practice cursive script
and write personalised notes to friends etc. Read more