The Pencilcase Blog | Fountain pen, Pencil, Ink and Paper reviews: CONID PENS: THE BULKFILLER MECHANISM

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Conid is a small-scale Belgian pen brand. For those of you that never heard of them before: they make fountain pens with a unique filling system: 'the Bulkfiller'. The Bulkfiller system is quite an engineering feat, and there's a lot to say about it. That's why I decided to make this into a separate post. I'll focus solely on the filling system in this post. You can find the review of the Conid Minimalistica fountain pen here.

This posts is going to end up costing me a lot of money. Conid have something very interesting. The filling system is interesting. But the thing that got me interested, and pushed me to add it to my wish list is their pens. They have five different pens, they look kind of different, but the key difference between them are ink capacity. I love how they market themselves: exchangeable nibs & maximum ink capacity.

This is not a cheap pen, but they claim and it looks durable. My two favourite pens from a design perspective is the Lamy 2000 and Visconti Homo Sapiens. But I also love the contemporary look of TWSBI. Conid is the first example I have seen of a pen that can compete with both.