Teri Morris over at Peyton Street Pens sent this over for review - thanks Teri!
Year introduced: 2016
Body Material: Olive Ripple Ebonite
Length (capped): 135.8 mm/5.34"
Length (uncapped nib-end): 124.6 mm/4.90"
Length (posted): 187.3 mm/7.37"
Barrel Diameter: 14.1 mm/0.55"
Section Diameter: 11.2 - 12.3 mm/0.44" - 0.48"
Weight (all): 25 g
Weight (cap):10 g
Weight (body): 15 g
Nibs available: Steel #6 JoWo & two-tone #6 JoWo: XF, F, M, B, 1.1 mm, 1.5 mm
Nib material: Steel
Fill type: Cartridge/converter/eyedropper
Price: $72.00USD (for this particular configuration)
Where to buy: Peyton Street Pens
This is a nice looking pen, and although the orange ebonite would have made my heart go pitter patter because it has more pizzazz, the olive ripple is still quite attractive. The pen has a round cap, a round body, a threaded, flat, back end, and a smooth, slightly rounded off cap. The finial is smooth, polished ebonite. There is no trim on this model. On the cap, near the top, there are two rings engraved into the cap. This engraving is well done and it's very clean, so it looks good.
This #6 two-tone steel JoWo nib is not something unusual. It has a single slit and a round breather hole. It is engraved with some simple flourishes, and the nib size (B).
I find this section exceptionally comfortable - the long, slightly flared shape, smooth edges, very smooth threads - it really works for me. It does not get slippery or slick, and my fingers grip very comfortably.
I think Peyton Street Pens have picked a pretty nice pen here. A #6 nib, so easy to swap, and convenient because of that, comfortable pen, a pretty pen, lots of nibs to work with, lots of fun colors to choose from, but a little pricy even though they're handmade (so if you really like it, the price is justifiable I suppose - not for everyone, but for some).
I received this pen free of charge for the purposes of this review. I was not compensated monetarily for my review. Everything you've read here is my own opinion. There are no affiliate links in this review.