Pilot Parallel Calligraphy Pen
Your writing will never be extremely smooth without the use of the parallel pilot pen. The pilot pen offers sharp hairlines and crisp edges that are critical in allowing lettering of two sizes. The other merit of this pen is that it has nib points that consist of two parallel metal plates.
Owning the parallel pen is effective as it uses a 5mm sharp edge that is useful in both monoline and calligraphic writings. One can also produce color-blended letters through the art of touching ink from one pen to the second pend that is loaded with different colors. The pen is available in different sizes that will suit your preferences and fashions. The pen is relatively light and comfortable to use.
Take a look at some of the details you need to consider before making your purchases.
- Nib size- 2.4mm
- Type- Calligraphy pen
- Packaging – One pen, two ink cartridges, Converter, and a Nib cleaner
- Status – Pilot Parallel Calligraphy Pen set in one stock
- Price – ₹1,249.00 excluding taxes.
Some Customers have been having a lot of questions concerning the usability of the product. Some of the concerns include:
- I use my left hand to work. Can I use the pen and maneuver easily with my left hand?
If you are used to any form of calligraphic pens, you do not have to worry. The aspect is linked to the fact that its usability is relatively easy. You do not have to be a right-handed person to use the pilot parallel pen as it is designed for all users.
- What color is the ink?
Although different colors are available in separate packages, the pen is mostly packed with reddish and black cartilage. However, depending on your usage, you can order the pen to be packaged with inks of different color that suits your artworks.
- What kind of paper do I need to use this pen?
Paper or Notebook for a fountain pen is Heavy-weight and smooth-textured papers are the most recommended. The aspect is linked to the fact that some of the rough textures may cause the ink to feather. Experts who have used the pen recommends that it is wise to first make a few strokes on a small scrap on your paper of choice before starting your entire project.
- How often do I need to clean my artworks?
You can use a bunch of parallels and use them occasionally. You do not have to clean them all, as the ink normally flows horizontally.
Some of the feedback from clients include:
“I love the pilot parallel pens for my calligraphy hobby. However, I would suggest that you change the art of taking the cap off when using the pen. It is easy to install the ink cartridges, and I enjoy working with them as the inks flow smoothly. I am really happy with the nibs that shapes all my calligraphy into lovely patterns. Also, due to the variety of colors, I enjoy working with the pen as I do not waste time as I pick up the next pen.”