Luminous Amber Fountain Pen
Luminous Amber Fountain Pen
Luminous Amber Fountain Pen
Luminous Amber Fountain Pen

BENU Luminous Amber Fountain Pen

Regular price$106.00


To highlight the visual appeal of the material, the BENU Briolette has its entire body covered with long facets. Each cut gives the pens specific shapes that prevent them from rolling and enables the true color and brilliance of the material to emerge.

The Luminous Amber pen glows beautifully in a dark and semi-dark after an hour exposure to light. A sustained amber glow lasts for up to 12 hours, fading over time. The fluorescent luminous paints used in the pen are completely free from radioactivity and any potential hazards.

The resin body features an amber and brown base with tons of gold sparkles throughout. It has a gold-plated Schmidt stainless steel nib, a black resin grip, is clipless, and does not post. This fountain pen comes with a standard international converter and one long blue ink cartridge.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Kamilla Bogdanov
Looks good enough to eat; writes almost as well!

This pen is a stunner. It literally looks like an eclair served at a high end restaurant, with a dusting of gold flakes (alas, i don't frequent such establishments!). The Schmidt Iridium Nib is a gilded beauty. The Bold writes fairly smoothly, thought not as smoothly as a Kaweco Sport Bold (and slightly less broad, too). I took one star off my rating for the slightly scratchy writing experience out of the box. It comes with a long international standard cartridge, but i used the included converter to ink it with a Diamine ink and was happy with my result. Looking forward to collecting more gorgeous pens from this brand. Santa, I've been good!!

Judith Rock
Love this company!

This is such a pretty pen that I get distracted just trying to write a note!!! Very comfortable in the hand...Great wrote! A beautiful, fun pen...good price!

Awesome and fun pen to own

Super great pen, just wondering where the ink replacement went?

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