Tag Archives: Conway Stewart

Consult the Doctor Episode 9

00:40 What gives optimal line variation: flex or stubs?
04:31 How do you remove a nib and feed from an OMAS 360 Magnum
08:22 What to do about a loose section?
10:41 Conway Stewart Winston vs. Conway Stewart Churchill

Conway Stewart Model 100 Blood Orange Spaghetti Fountain Pen Review

This pen was kindly lent to me by my friend Murray – thank you!

Length (capped): 138.6.0 mm/5.46”
Length (uncapped): 124.3 mm/4.89”
Length (posted): 160.2 mm/6.31”
Diameter (section): 9.9 – 12.1 mm/0.39” – 0.48”
Diameter (barrel): 10.9 – 13.9 mm/0.43” – 0.55”
Weight (all): 12.0 g
Weight (cap): 8.5 g
Weight (body): 13.5 g

GOAT Pens 2014

By request, my Greatest of all Time fountain pens, 2014.

GOAT Pens 2014 (2)

Left to right: Visconti Opera Elements, Faber-Castell E-Motion Croco, Italix Parson’s Essential, Edison Menlo, CONID Bulkfiller, Montblanc 146 “Le Grand” 90th Anniversary Edition, Visconti Homo Sapiens Crystal, Conway Stewart Winston, OMAS Milord, Visconti Divina Desert Springs, Yard-O-Led Viceroy Grand (Victorian finish), Pelikan Souverän M1000, OMAS Paragon, Visconti Opera Master.


GOAT Pens 2014 (3)

GOAT Pens 2014 (4)

GOAT Pens 2014 (1)

Serious Nibbage Part 3: Conway Stewart Winston

Ah! One of my favourite pens – the Conway Stewart Winston. And now I share it… GourmetPens and I decide whether we think the Winston is serious nibbage or not.

Check out previous episodes of Serious Nibbage:

Part 1: Noodler’s Neponset
Part 2: Franklin-Christoph “Christoph” Music Nib

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