Video outline & time stamps:
(:12) – Design
(:44) – Materials
(:54) – Features
(1:35) – Weight/Balance
(2:03) – Nib Features
(2:23) – How It Writes
(2:41) – Nib Options
(2:49) – Additional Features
(3:27) – Filling Mechanism/Ink Capacity
(3:56) – Price
We’re so pleased to introduce the new Conklin Nighthawk is inspired by the Monteverde Invincia Deluxe Nighthawk,
an exclusive design of ours back in 2013. We’ve taken elements of the
design and incorporated it into a whole new pen, and we’re very excited
to share it with you here today.
The design is somewhat based off the Conklin Duragraph,
almost like a melding of the Duragraph and MV Nighthawk. It’s designed
to be a daily writer, a reliable carry around pen that is as nice to
feel as it is to look at.
It comes with a stainless steel Goulet #6 nib made by Jowo in Germany, tested by us first then fit by Conklin. Flow will be consistent and slightly wet. Nibs are smooth with the tiniest touch of feedback, just like you know from using our nibs. It will make an excellent daily writer for however you use your pen. It’s available in:
It has a threaded cap that takes only one full rotation to uncap. That makes it easy to uncap in a single twist with both hands. It posts securely, and doesn’t try to wobble off the back. Conklin’s signature rocker clip that’s a tad tight, but you can pinch the top to assist in opening it up. It has minimal logos, with only the Conklin name on the clip.
- 1.04ml with the converter
- 1.06ml with SI short cartridge
- 1.69ml with SI long cartridge
Unfortunately it is not eyedropper convertible.
The Conklin Nighthawk is available only at GouletPens.com for a very reasonable price of $99. This could be a great pen for you if you want something sleek and stealthy that’s a reliable daily writer.
For more details and up-to-date specs on the Conklin Nighthawk be sure to check it out on GouletPens.com.
Do you like all black pens? Which is your favorite?