A visual look back at all of the Conklin Duragraph (and Duraflex) Fountain Pens that have been available to us. The Duraflex term tends refer to an individually numbered limited edition out of 1898, whereas the Duragraph generally refers to regular editions or non-numbered special edition runs.
July 2019: Freedom Duraflex. A limited edition made of flecked red, white, and blue resin. Each pen is individually numbered out of 1898 and comes with the omniflex nib.
July 2019: Blue Nights Duragraph. A Goulet exclusive run of only 500, set as a special edition (non-numbered) Duragraph model with choice of Bock nib in extra-fine, fine, or medium. Fun fact: the blue material is the same that is used in the Conkin All American Lapis Blue.
April 2019: Sunstone Duraflex. Launched exclusively at Goulet Pens, this was a numbered limited edition with Omniflex nib only, limited to 1898 worldwide. An amber/brown resin with rose gold trim.
October 2018: Turquoise Duraflex. Our Goulet Pens exclusive, this numbered limited edition was offered in both Bock nibs (as a Duragraph) as well as Omniflex. A total of 1898 were made.
March 2018: Red Nights Duragraph. A regular edition, launched exclusively at Goulet Pens. Offered in both standard and flex nibs.
February 2018: Black w/ Rose Gold Duraflex. The very first Duraflex! A Goulet Pens launch exclusive, this was individually numbered out of 1898 and offered in Omniflex only. It sold out in record time.
December 2017: Purple Nights Duragraph. A regular edition.
December 2017: Merlot Duragraph. Fun story with this one – this was a factory mishap, in that the color was too similar to the new Purple Nights and upcoming Red Nights. We offered to clear them all out and sold at a sale price, and they sold out same day!
June 2017: Orange Nights Duragraph. Originally a Goulet Pens launch exclusive, this regular edition was the first of the “Nights” series with the colored body and solid black cap.
November 2015: Ice Blue Duragraph. Originally a Goulet Pens exclusive (our first), now a regular edition everywhere.
What has been your favorite Duragraph/Duraflex color so far?