The Conklin Duragraph Nightflex acrylic resin fountain pen pays tribute to pens of yesteryear. Originally launched in 1923, the Conklin Duragraph was considered among the top and most definitive fountain pens of the time. This modern Duragraph brings fresh design and a modern style to a timeless pen.
The blue and white resin Nightflex fountain pens sport Conklin’s Omniflex nib. Only 365 of each color were made worldwide. Each pen is tastefully engraved with the collection name and limited edition number along the barrel.
Each pen comes in a presentation box and with a threaded converter that allows you to use bottled ink as well as international standard cartridges.
- Material: Acrylic resin
- Converter: Included
- Cartridge type: International
- Cap type: Screw
- Nib material: Steel
- Gift box included
More about Conklin:
Established in 1898. Conklin Pen Company founder Roy Conklin, is regarded as one of the most significant and innovative American writing instrument manufacturers from the golden era of fountain pens.
Roy Conklin registered the patent for the first working automatic filling mechanism in 1897. He is recognized as creating one of the world’s first practical self-filling fountain pens.
More than 115 years later, Conklin Pen Company strives to continue in the same spirit of bold innovation. All while still providing the highest quality fine writing instruments.
Conklin pens feature such options as the unique Omniflex nibs which offer fountain pen users a varied line width.
The Conklin Pen Company is recognized as being one of the first companies to add the feature of true mobility to daily writing. In 1923, the Duragraph model was launched, and shortly afterward was considered to be ‘the definitive’ pen. The model was named by combining the words, durable and graph to equal Duragraph.
Each Conklin fine writing instrument is housed in a luxury gift presentation box lined with rich satin.