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Leonardo MomentoZero Abyss Celluloid Fountain Pen Review

This pen was kindly sent to me by Salvatore of Leonardo Officina Italiana – grazie mille!

Measurements
Length (capped): 142.1 mm/5.58″
Length (uncapped): 129.3 mm/5.09″
Length (posted): 168.1 mm/6.61”
Diameter (section): 10.5 – 12.3 mm/0.41″ – 0.48″
Diameter (barrel): 12.4 – 14.6 mm/0.48″ – 0.57″
Weight (all): 24 g
Weight (cap): 7 g
Weight (body): 17 g

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Armando Simoni Club Bologna Extra Wild Dark Side

This pen was kindly lent to me by Emmanuel of Armando Simoni Club Pens.  What I forgot to mention in the video is that the ruthenium coating on the nib appears to be less sensitive to developing “nib crud”, as less ink seems to stick to the laser engraving in the nib.

Measurements
Length (capped): 160.5 mm/6.32″
Length (uncapped): 147.9 mm/5.82″
Length (posted): N/A
Diameter (section): 11.8 – 12.9 mm/0.46″ – 0.51″
Diameter (barrel): 14.2 – 15.7 mm/0.56″ – 0.62″
Weight (all): 60 g
Weight (cap): 12 g
Weight (body): 48 g

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My Personal Pens: OMAS 360 Magnum

I sold my OMAS 360 Magnum and then Azizah gave me another one because I missed it so much.  I absolutely love the triangular profile of this pen, and it has a very smooth nib.  I have not done a full review of this particular pen, but I have reviewed an identical model with a fine nib a long time ago.

My Personal Pens: Visconti Speakeasy

The Visconti Speakeasy is both hideous and magnificent at the same time and I love it.  Yes, it has a booze indicator and a hidden compartment for alcohol, but it’s also a beautiful oversize pen made from stunning celluloid.  With its stubbed double broad nib, it’s an absolutely pleasure to use.  I have done a full review of this pen too.

My Personal Pens: Visconti Opera Elements Fire

The Visconti Opera Elements Fire has been in my collection for a very long time.  I absolutely adore the finish of this pen: it’s a wonderful pen that just looks beautiful.  The smooth and springy 14 karat gold nib is particularly special.  This pen is quite a bit smaller than its big brother, the Opera Master, but it is also lighter and more portable.

Chatterley-Visconti Opera Master South-West Fountain Pen Review

This gorgeous Opera Master is made from the “Speakeasy” celluloid.  A wonderful collaboration between Visconti and Chatterley Luxuries.  There were 10 silver and 10 gold trim pens: this is the gold trim version.

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