Introducing Caran d’Ache 849 Fountain Pens!

If you’re looking for a fountain pen that’s unlike the rest, we’ve got the pen for you! Maybe you’re looking for one in a color that really stands out or a pen that’s durably constructed so you can take it anywhere. Introducing the new Caran d’Ache 849 fountain pen! Read on to learn more about these new and colorful pens.

Modeled on the design of the sleek and trusted Caran d’Ache 849 ballpoint pens, these new fountain pens are an exciting addition to the line. They’re constructed of durable aluminum and are manufactured in Switzerland. The body and cap of the pen share a distinct hexagonal shape. Choose from the more reserved black, blue, or white options or go for the bright and bold green, pink, orange, or yellow pens if you really want to add some pop to your pen case. The Caran d’Ache 849 fountain pens are available with Extra Fine, Fine, or Medium stainless steel nib sizes. Each pen includes one Chromatic ink cartridge, as well as a Standard International converter, packaged neatly in a red and white gift box.

The Caran d’Ache 849 fountain pens are available for $52 at Check them out in Black, Blue, Green Fluo, Orange Fluo, Pink Fluo, White, and Yellow Fluo.

Which color strikes you?

Write on,
The Goulet Pen Company Team

2018-01-04T14:38:32+00:00 September 13th, 2017|Pen Reviews|8 Comments
  • Kenneth Solomon

    Are they slim or hefty? Long or short?

    • Lydia At Goulet Pens

      They are pretty light (17g) and fairly long (177mm posted).

  • Tom Johnson

    I have one of the 849 ballpoint pens that I used at work for a few years with a Parker gel refill. Wonderful pen, light, robust, just a great pen. Too bad I don’t use it anymore! But, the quality of Caran d’Ache products is excellent. Which color? Several of these will make me put on sunglasses, they are so bright. For the subdued color, basic black. However, the fluorescent orange appeals to me too. Glad to see that these will take the long international cartridges. I refill cartridges and the long cartridge holds a lot of ink. I think hexagonal caps and barrels make a lot of sense.

  • Kathy

    That hot pink one speaks to me!

    • Lydia At Goulet Pens

      Me too! That’s first on my list.

  • David L.

    Blue would definitely be my choice. That or the black, but I think that I have enough black pens for the time being. I, too, am excited about the prospects of the standard international long cartridge option. I’ll need to pick one of these up, but I have so many more pens to get first! Maybe it can cut in line…

  • MP

    I don’t know. Normally, I would choose blue, but I think with a pen like this you gotta pick a bright color. Let’s say . . . orange.

  • Maria Castillo

    Pink and orange!