Saturday, July 13, 2013

Edison Pearlette

  • Pearlette unboxing (0:47)
  • Material colors (1:08)
  • Size matters (1:53)
  • Features (3:13)
  • Filling with a converter (6:36)
  • Filling as an eyedropper (7:35)
  • How it writes (9:05)

Edison has brought the Pearlette from their Signature Line pens to the Production Line! This pen was previously only available custom for $225+, but now is available in 3 colors through the Edison retailers (like me) for $149.

The Pearlette is a smaller pen, similar in length to the Edison Nouveau Encore but a little thicker in the body. Here are all the dimensions:
  • Weight w/ Cap 18g
  • Weight w/o Cap 12g
  • Cap Diameter .515"
  • Body Diamater .515"
  • Length Capped 5 3/16"
  • Length Uncapped 4 3/4"

The pens are available in three colors:

  • Deep Indigo Flake
  • Aztec Flake
  • Violet Flake

Here are some of the key features:
  • Smaller pen, similar in size to the Encore and Beaumont
  • Cap is flush with the body, so it's a very sleek design
  • #5 size nib, available in EF, F, M, and B. They're removable and available separately.
  • It uses standard international cartridges or converter at about a 0.5ml ink capacity
  • Pen can easily be converted into an eyedropper pen, with a 3ml capacity!
  • Cap screws to close, pushes to post, and posts securely

Edison Pearlette (top to bottom): Deep Indigo Flake, Aztec Flake, and Violet Flake.

Pearlette in Aztec Flake, uses a #5 size nib available in EF, F, M, and B. Pen cap screws closes and pushes to post. This color comes with a two-tone steel nib and a yellow gold clip. This color is very similar to the limited edition Tortoise Flake Encore we sold in November 2012. 

Pearlette in Deep Indigo Blue. This light pen is well-balanced both posted and non-posted, but larger hands might appreciate posting.
Pearlette in Violet Flake, uses a standard international cartridge or converter, and can be eyedropper converted for 3ml ink capacity! This color comes with a steel nib and rhodium-plated clip.

The Pearlette is now available at Gouletpens.com for $149, and extra #5 nibs are available for $20 each. If you've had your eye on this pen for a while but didn't want to pay for a custom Edison Signature pen, you'll be happy to see this pen now regularly available at the reduced price through retailers. 

Write On,
Brian Goulet


  1. Ken Proffitt ThomasJuly 13, 2013 at 10:22 AM

    The Aztec Flake looks really nice, Brian. Thanks for the video.

  2. Happy dance!!!! Now if you wanted it in a color besides the 3 up there, then you'd still have to go through the "custom Edison" route with Brian Gray, right?


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