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Jinhao 159 Fountain Pen - Black


 
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The Jinhao 159 fountain pen is made in China. It features a large, shiny black body, chrome hardware, and a medium #6 steel nib. Comes with a converter, and also accepts standard international cartridges.

Our Price: $12.50

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Product Code: JIN-159
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The Jinhao 159 fountain pen is made in China. It features a large, shiny black body, chrome hardware, and a medium #6 steel nib. Comes with a converter, and also accepts standard international cartridges.


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Average Customer Review: 4 of 5 | Total Reviews: 51 Write a review.

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Surprising October 29, 2014
Reviewer: steven e smith from Almonte, ON Canada  
Very heavy - which I like. Cheap cartridge converter with small capacity. I replaced with a standard converter that I purchased from Goulet, and Bob's my uncle. The nib is finer than the other medium nibs I have, such as that found on my Monteverde Prima, and it is very smooth. With an ink like Noodler's 'Bad Belted Kingfisher', this nib makes it appear paler and with more shading than other pen/nib combos. I find it to be a bit too short for my hand. (For comparison, the Noodler Konrad Ebonite, uncapped, is just right for me). This pen, uncapped, is 1/4 inch shorter.


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Top-heavy, bad nib October 26, 2014
Reviewer: Shan Reddy from Las Vegas, NV United States  
Though the pen is fairly pretty for the price, the quality of its write and the build quality are both far below par. The nib is one of the worst I have ever written with, shifting around on the feed and skipping repeatedly. Save your money and buy a more reliable pen.

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Very Pleased September 16, 2014
Reviewer: Nunzio Casillo from Canastota, NY United States  
Was reluctant to order an inexpensive pen but after a "chat" with your rep. I did.  I am a full figured man and need a full figured pen.  This hit the mark.

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Bargain of a Lifetime September 9, 2014
Reviewer: Aaron Parker from Laurel, MS United States  
I purchased the 159 and the X750 on a whim because I was on a budget. I was skeptical, but now I am a believer. While the build quality may not be on par with Montblanc, it is spectacular for only $12. In fact, the only things that caught my attention were the barrel threads (fairly rough) and the converter (cheap/flimsy). Other than that, its quality is commensurate with pens that cost exponentially more. Stock nib wrote very smooth and was the perfect amount of wet. When I can get my $50 Monteverde to write, it writes like a piece of junk compared to this $12 pen. I also tried out a Goulet 1.1 stub in this pen and it is the perfect combination for a signature pen. All in all, I would highly recommend this pen (and the Goulet 1.1 stub)!

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Best Value of Any Pen August 27, 2014
Reviewer: Spencer Baumruk from Libertyville, IL United States  
There are lots of $100+ pens out there, but I have never seen a pen of this price range with this good of quality. It makes me wonder if chinese child laborers made these, but if so, these children make excellent writing tools!

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