At GouletPens.com we don’t currently stock pens like the Pelikan m600 regularly, but we often do special orders. We had a customer order one of the brand new m600 White Tortoises, and I jumped at the opportunity to take some pretty pictures and shoot this video. The White Tortoise was available as a limited run a few years back in the m400 size, and now it’s the m600’s turn for it 😉 These pens aren’t numbered LE pens, but they will be instead just made for a certain length of time, how long I don’t know.
One of the things I get asked a lot is how the Pelikan pens compare in size to each other, and since I happen to have an m200, m600, and m800 on hand, I thought I’d show it:
|Top to bottom: Pelikan m800, m600, m200 capped|
|Top to bottom: Pelikan m800, m600, m200, posted|
Here are the detailed dimensions of the three pen models:
I don’t have an m400 on me, so I can’t include that in this measurement comparison right. I’m told that the m400 is pretty close in size to the m600, that the m400 to m600 isn’t as big of a jump from an m600 to an m800. This is what I’ve heard, I’m open to any feedback from m400 owners on this one!
Okay, so now just a bunch of pretty pictures of the m600 White Tortoise. Enjoy!
|Pelikan m600 White Tortoise, as presented in its box|
|Pelikan m600 White Tortoise with the included leather-like pen case|
|Pelikan m600 White Tortoise, posted|
|Pelikan m600 White Tortoise, showing the 14k nib and gold-on-gold logo on the finial|
|Pelikan m600 White Tortoise, reads “Pelikan Souvrän Germany” around the centerband|
|Pelikan m600 White Tortoise, macro shot showing off the two-tone 14k nib details|
|Pelikan m600 White Tortoise, gold-on-gold finial|
|Pelikan m600 White Tortoise, more detail shots|
|Pelikan m600 White Tortoise, nib unit is removable like most other Pelikan pens|
So what do you think of the new m600 White Tortoise?