The Pilot Custom Heritage 912 (aka CH912) is a black, cartridge converter fountain pen that is known for its huge nib selection. It has a 14k gold nib that is available in the normal sizes — like fine and medium — but also “soft fine medium” and “waverly” up-swept nib.
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The CH912 only sells in a black body and has a flat top and body, similar to a Sailor Pro Gear. It’s a cartridge converter pen that ships with Pilot’s popular, relatively high-capacity converter, the Con-70.
The pen is popular for its classic styling, rhodium-plated (silver colored) trim, and its option to come in an “FA” flex nib, similar to Pilot’s Falcon pen. The CH912 is a larger pen than the Custom Heritage 92, but that pen is a piston-filler. The CH912 is roughly the same length when capped as the Custom 74, but the 912 is a bulkier pen thanks to a wider body and section.
The CH912 uses Pilot’s #10 size nib, which is a generous size, where the CH91, CH92, Custom 74 all use #5 size nibs, which work great but don’t have the size of the highly respected #10.
Pilot Custom Heritage 912 Fountain Pen Information
|Street Price||Check Price|
|Pen Type||Fountain Pen | Cartridge/Converter|
|Country of Origin||Japan|
|Capped? Retractable?||Capped - Screw On|
|Length Capped / Retracted (cm)||14.0 cm|
|Weight (g)||20 grams|
|Ink Color Shipped||Black|
|Nib Material||14k Gold|
|Nib Sizes||Extra Fine, Fine, Fine (Soft Fine), Medium, Broad, Double Broad, Flex, Music, Stub, Waverly|