Body Material: Plastic
Length (capped): 131.7 mm/5.18''
Length (uncapped nib-end): 123.9 mm/4.87''
Length (posted): 148.1 mm/5.83''
Barrel Diameter: 10.4 11.2 mm/0.41'' - 0.44''
Section Diameter: 9.3 - 10.1 mm/0.36'' - 0.39''
Nib material: Steel
Weight (all): 18 g
Weight (cap): 8 g
Weight (body): 10 g
Fill type: Piston-filler
Price: $17.00USD (add $3 for broad, 1mm stub, flex)
Where to buy: FPRevolution
No packaging, just the way I like it.
The pens resemble some Pelikans I own, and might also remind you of Aurora, depending on the color you have. They have round bodies with flat ends that are slightly rounded off. The finial is flat plastic in whatever color your pen is, sitting on top a gold ring. This is one of the spots where attention to detail lacks - the thread on the finial can be seen on the side. The clip is attached externally, starts wide, and ends in an interesting blob. The center band is at the end of the cap - it's a gold colored band with two grooved rings on it. A thin gold band marks the piston-turning knob at the end of the barrel.
Aside from these assembly flaws, which are really only noticeable up close, these are nice looking pens. Not bad for the price.
Three nibs here: fine, 1.0 mm stub, and flex. These are some of the best looking nibs out of India, at least on the pens I own. They are two-tone steel nibs. They have a single slit and breather hole. Each is engraved with FPR, the nib grade, and some simple flourishes.
The clips are pretty snug, but I could slide the pens on to pages and into pen pouches. Although I usually like pinched sections, these pens were lightweight enough that this straight grip worked for me. The threads were not sharp either.
Flex/Blue and clear: