If you are shopping for a very affordable — as in sub-$30, sub-$20, or even sub-$5 — fountain pen and you want high-end features like screw-on cap, included converter, or piston-filling mechanism then you will almost certainly want a Chinese fountain pen.
These pens have made incredible advances in the last decade and now offer a set of features and a price range that makes them distinct and interesting type of fountain pen unto themselves.
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The Moonman M600 is a 2019 fountain pen with an acrylic body and flat top and bottom. It’s often compared to the more popular Moonman M100.
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While Moonman has a number of popular fountain pens, buyers’ attention has largely shifted to the M100 in 2020. The Moonman M100 is a higher-end, Chinese fountain pen that was released in 2018.
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Some of the most interesting things happening with fountain pen ink don’t involve writing at all. Fountain pen ink and a nice paper can become the medium through which all sorts of cool art is created, one style of which is ink splatter.
So how do you make an ink splatter? Do you just pour ink onto paper… or is there more to creating those perfect little splatter droplets?
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The Moonman T1 is the first piston-filling pen from Moonman, who is known for their eyedropper fountain pens. The pen was released in December of 2019.
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The Moonman C2 is a eyedropper filling Chinese fountain pen that was first released in 2019. This pen is often said to be like a smaller version of the Moonman M2.
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The Moonman C1 is a Chinese fountain pen that is an eyedropper filler. It’s similar to the company’s M2 fountain pen.
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The Moonman M2 is one of the most popular and discussed Chinese fountain pens at the $20 price point.
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