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TWSBI Diamond 580 Clear Fountain Pen

Diamond 580 is the advanced version of Diamond 540 and 530 (reddot design award 2010), Piston Filling System Fountain Pen.

Comes in EF, F, M, B, Stub1.1, or Stub 1.5 nib sizes. 

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$50.00

116 items in stock

Features

Improved grip and end barrel section compared to 540

580 has increased ink capacity, about 30% more than 530

580 has improved the smoothness of cap thread turning

580 shows you our promise on continuous product improvement on small details

Please note : ink is not included

The idea behind the TWSBI Diamond 530, 540, and 580 was to go back to basics and capture the simplicity and elegance of traditional writing instruments. In recent years, the development and modernization of writing instruments has resulted in traditional writing instruments, such as fountain pens, falling into obscurity. It was our goal to bring the past back to life by creating a traditional fountain pen that even modern day society can appreciate.

TWSBI Diamond 580, a classic fountain pen with a piston ink-filling system. By fusing the traditional mechanisms of the fountain pen with a modern industrial design, we have created an eye-catching fountain pen that is simultaneously appreciative of the past and relevant in the present. The Diamond 580 comes with a benchmark ink-filling mechanism and has all detachable parts. We felt that it was important to allow the user to disassemble and reassemble the pen and completely experience the traditional aspects of owning and using a fountain pen.

 

A quick no brainer guide in choosing nib sizes in an overly complicated fountain pen world:

If you write small, go with an EF
For the normal writer, F is the most popular
If you tend to lean on a bigger font, M will be perfect
B is for statements!! Sign a check in B, write a header in B, do some coloring/shading in B
Stub nibs are italic in writing style (have a special card or invitation to write?)