Monday, June 9th, 2008

Wality on Rhodia

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This clever pic caught our attention while surfing the net, and our curiosity was enkindled. What’s a Wality we asked? It sounds like a cute name for a stuff animal! From the land of Maharajahs and Mahakavyas, this fountain pen has emanated. Manufactured by Airmail Pen Co. in India, Wality is a line of pens, whose reputation has only increased after more than half a century of being crafted. One reviewer, calls this product as “a smooth writing pen” that “holds a ton of ink.” Another reviewer from FountainPenNetwork.com writes, “for a very inexpensive pen, there are no inconsistencies I notice. The pen looks exactly as advertised and certainly meets my expectations.” Do you have your own “Wality” experience, pleasant or otherwise? How does it work with your Rhodia pad? What’s the fountain pen brand you would recommend that is best suited for Rhodia? We would like to hear from you guys. Soon!


6 thoughts on “Wality on Rhodia

  1. The Wality 52 piston-filler is one of my favorite FPs, and on Rhodia paper, it’s a delight. Unobstrusive, faithful, smooth, quite elegant for the price, and getting better over the years. The only drawback is that some nibs are loose, and will leak, but you can adjust them manually in a few seconds. Also, in my experience, the ink tends to evaporate faster in a Wality than in a Pelikan. But that’s no big deal if you fill it up more often. Definitely a great deal.

  2. The Wality 52 piston-filler is one of my favorite FPs, and on Rhodia paper, it’s a delight. Unobstrusive, faithful, smooth, quite elegant for the price, and getting better over the years. The only drawback is that some nibs are loose, and will leak, but you can adjust them manually in a few seconds. Also, in my experience, the ink tends to evaporate faster in a Wality than in a Pelikan. But that’s no big deal if you fill it up more often. Definitely a great deal.

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