Benu fountain pens are a dream to write with, and I love how comfortable they feel in the hand. Known for their glittery nature, the new Benu Tropical Blush Euphoria Fountain Pen is no different. Benu introduces their latest hand-painted fountain pen: the Tropical Blush. It’s like seeing the bright sunlight reflecting from the pen into your hand. It’s sure to inspire relaxed writing.
First of all, the Benu Tropical Blush Euphoria Fountain Pen combines cheerful shades of candy pink and ocean blue. In addition, it combines a fuchsia-colored flamingo to evoke the dream of a relaxing Caribbean island. In true Benu fashion, the pen has been adorned with a multicolored glare, achieved using rich holographic foil. Surprisingly, it’s not as sparkly as other Benu pens.
Secondly, only 100 pieces of this limited edition pen have been produced. Each has a unique serial number hand-painted on the pen’s barrel. It’s exclusivity makes it a coveted collector’s item. This limited edition status not only enhances its appeal but also adds a sense of rarity and uniqueness to the writing experience.
Importantly, the Tropical Blush Euphoria fountain pen is equipped with a steel Schmidt nib. It’s a standard #6 size. As for point size, choose from: fine, medium, and broad. Speaking of standard, this pen uses a standard size international cartridge and/or converter. Notably, as with other Benu fountain pens, the cap and barrel are multifaceted adding to the aesthetic. The grip section, however, is rounded for your comfort.
Finally, for those of you interested in the technical specs, this fountain pen is 5.86 inches long (or 14.9 centimeters). It’s also fairly lightweight at 26g. Enjoy smooth threaded action for cap opening and closure. Even though I don’t post my pens, I know many of you do. Therefore, it’s helpful to know you can post the cap on this pen.
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