Sail with the wind behind your words  

Waterman has christened its most contemporary design "Carene", which literally means "hull of the ship". Every flowing line celebrates the shipbuilder's art. The Waterman Carene fountain pen is available in a multitude of color and trim choices. The 18k solid gold inlaid nib contoured into the streamlined barrel. Choose from a fine or a medium point. Refill options include a converter for bottled ink or cartridges available in 2-7/8" long or 1-1/2" long sizes.

Waterman Carene Fountain Pen Black and Gold

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Regular Price: $310.00

Sale Price $248.00

  • Overall Size - 5 11/16 in. x 9/16 in. (145mm x 14mm)
  • Body - 5 1/8 in. x 1/2 in. (130mm x 13mm)
  • Cap - 2 9/16 in. x 9/16 in. (65mm x 14mm)
  • Weight - 35 g
  • Composition - Lacquered brass body and cap
  • Appointments - Gold plating or palladium plating
  • Nib - 18 k gold
  • Ink - Bottled ink converter is included
  • Engraving - The engraving on this pen will show as a gold color due to the brass barrel. Permanently perfect.

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  • 8/5/2019

    There may be better pens. Somewhere, but...

    I can't see what could be improved. I was a relative fountain pen neophyte when I bought two of these 3 years ago. I bought them for the same reason that I bought a $1000 wristwatch when a $20 Timex would do the job. This pen is a hyper-competent instrument for navigating daily life, a work of art and a piece of jewelry, all while flying under the radar. I frequently find myself sitting, just looking at it, although it doesn't scream "Hey, I got money and I'm not afraid to use it!" I do high pressure work, and I've noticed that little dashes of beauty calm me. Besides, this pen functions flawlessly. With a fairly wet ink like Pilot's tsuki-yo iroshizuku, lines are perfect, consistent in width and depth of color. It's never dried out, yet, and I'm starting to think it won't. I'd thought to buy another pen to start a "collection", but then I realized that this pen hits all the checkboxes. Why bother?