The Montblanc Meisterstuck Le Petit Prince is a new for 2020 fountain pen inspired by the novel by Antoine de Saint-Exupery. The pen has a burgundy body with champagne gold trim. Previous models were sold with similar traits but in a blue body.
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There have been scattered mentions across the web about Montblanc’s upcoming curved nib. While it hasn’t been officially released yet, enough details have been revealed that we can seemingly know that to expect.
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Montblanc Lucky Orange is a limited edition fountain pen ink that was released in 2017.
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If you really get down to it, what is the beating heart of a high-end pen? Most people would agree that it’s the ink. While that’s not generally the feeling here at Unsharpen — we are pen geeks after all — it’s hard to argue that point if you aren’t as into pens.
With this thinking in mind, here is how you can get a top-notch Montblanc rollerball refill into a highly affordable pen body, like the Pilot G2. That’s the heart of a $200+ pen but with a total cost of about $97.
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The Montblanc 162 is the Meisterstuck LeGrand pen in a rollerball. The LeGrand is Montblanc’s large-sized pen which takes a larger-than-normal refill, also known as the LeGrand. The MSRP for this pen is about $520.
This pen has a huge number of fake versions on the market, most of which will include legitimate looking paperwork and a gift box. They will often sell for over $100 and include an authentic refill, so buying one from Amazon or Ebay or other generally reputable outlets can be a major gamble.