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Pilot Knight Fountain Pens

Pilot Knight Fountain Pens
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About the Pilot Knight

The Pilot Knight fountain pen is reminiscent of old world style but has modern features. The pen is made with a stylish metal matte barrel and cap with a stainless steel nib. The price on the Pilot Knight is affordable making it a great fountain pen for everyday use of as a gift.

The Pilot Knight fountain pen comes with an ink converter for bottled inks or use a Pilot ink cartridge instead.

Product Specifications
Length: 5.375 in.
Posted Length: 5.75 in.
Diameter: 0.4 in.
Weight: 1.2 oz.
Nib Material: Stainless Steel
Fill Mechanism: Cartridge/Converter
Cartridge Type: Proprietary

Available Sizes & Colors
  • Pilot Knight Fountain Pens - Silver - Medium (Stainless Steel nib) *
The Pilot Knight Fountain Pens usually ships within 1 business day unless otherwise specified.
* Typcially ships in 7-10 business days.


Guaranteed Quality
Each Pilot Knight Fountain Pens we sell is guaranteed to be genuine, authentic and will arrive brand new & unused!
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Pilot Knight Reviews

quality:
quality rating 5 out of 5
function:
function rating 5 out of 5
style:
style rating 5 out of 5
value:
value value 5 out of 5
Overall rating:
4.5
out of 5
(28 reviews)

 
This pen for the price is unheard of the quality is amazing and writes like a dream will recommend to friends

Ruffin, NC
overall: 5 out of 5
overall rating 5 out of 5
quality:
quality rating 5 out of 5
function:
function rating 5 out of 5
style:
style rating 5 out of 5
value:
value value 5 out of 5
I bought this via a group buy/discount and so far I am pleased. I have not used it much yet, so time may alter my feelings. The nib is finer that I expected, but that is OK with me (this is now the finest nib that I have, Pilot Knight Medium). The average scores in the Rate area simply means that this is par for a $40ish fountain pen. I am not comparing it to a plastic ball point. A couple nits to pick: a. The cartridge failed to work. I tried to coax it with water and spit, but not joy. I took it off and rinsed the feed/nib under running water, reassembled and tried again; no joy. The cartridge was punctured and I could dab some ink on to my finger, but it would not flow in the pen. I tossed the cartridge, installed a Con 50 converter now all is well. b. A personal thing, not a marketing thing, when my skin is dry in the cooler weather, it takes me an extra moment to establish a comfortable grip on the section. I have notice the same problem on other fountain pens as well.

Lewiston, ME
overall: 3 out of 5
overall rating 3 out of 5
quality:
quality rating 3 out of 5
function:
function rating 3 out of 5
style:
style rating 3 out of 5
value:
value value 3 out of 5
Basically I bought this because it was 50% off and how can one go wrong with (another) Pilot pen? Besides it looked nice with the sleek simple elegant silver styling. Has a nice heft to it being it's an all metal pen except for the grip section. Nib is very smooth "M" but Fine line as hoped for as I prefer F/EF nibs. Did not use for several weeks but started without a dry/skip hitch (pleasant surprise) Con-20. Soft but secure click to the cap. Only criticism is the smooth grip section which tapers to the nib and feels like fingers keep wanting to slide down onto the nib. Grip (for me) is best at the widest part where the step-down barrel meets the grip section. Not the most accommodating to grip at that location so knocked it down one level on style. Otherwise a very satisfactory and pleasing pen.

Red Oak, IA
overall: 5 out of 5
overall rating 5 out of 5
quality:
quality rating 5 out of 5
function:
function rating 5 out of 5
style:
style rating 5 out of 5
value:
value value 5 out of 5
The weight balance and the Knight is great, and the nib writes smoothly with a line thickness that I prefer (medium-bold with no bleeding). The Namiki ink that is recommended for this pen has decent glide, and dries quickly without smearing.

Lake Geneva, WI
overall: 5 out of 5
overall rating 5 out of 5
quality:
quality rating 5 out of 5
function:
function rating 5 out of 5
style:
style rating 5 out of 5
value:
value value 5 out of 5
I was looking at the Metropolitan originally, and went for this due to the discounted price. The pen feels good in the hand, looks nice, and writes well, but it's certainly B stock hence the discount. For $24 I'm mostly satisfied but there's no way this pen should sell for $48. It had a few scratches from manufacturing but I can live with it for the price. The nib is actually the same as the $10 plumix and the $14 MR but the body is all metal on this.

coral springs, FL
overall: 4 out of 5
overall rating 4 out of 5
quality:
quality rating 2 out of 5
function:
function rating 2 out of 5
style:
style rating 2 out of 5
value:
value value 2 out of 5
This is a great pen. A step up from the Metropolitan. Smooth writer and looks fantastic. Very classy!

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK
overall: 5 out of 5
overall rating 5 out of 5
quality:
quality rating 5 out of 5
function:
function rating 5 out of 5
style:
style rating 5 out of 5
value:
value value 5 out of 5
This is an incredible pen for the price. It would be excellent for fountain pen beginners and old timers alike. The nib is smooth and always has ink at the ready. It's super easy to fill and clean; the maintenance on this is as simple as a flush. No adjustment or tuning was required for the nib to feel luxurious; I still can't believe the price. The pen feels substantial but well-balanced in the hand. When writing, the weight falls on the nib requiring virtually no pressure from the writer. The pen looks modern, stylish, expensive, and matches a Macbook perfectly. This is definitely a step up from the Metropolitan and is worth the few extra dollars. You can't go wrong with this one. This would be an awesome gift!

Morro Bay, CA
overall: 5 out of 5
overall rating 5 out of 5
quality:
quality rating 5 out of 5
function:
function rating 5 out of 5
style:
style rating 5 out of 5
value:
value value 5 out of 5
Good deal on savings. Great pen for the price. This was one of my first fountain pens and it works great. I've upgraded now to a Parker IM Premium now and will continue to use this as well

Saratoga Spgs, NY
overall: 5 out of 5
overall rating 5 out of 5
quality:
quality rating 5 out of 5
function:
function rating 5 out of 5
style:
style rating 5 out of 5
value:
value value 5 out of 5
This stylish Pilot Knight has the visual appeal of satin silver with chrome trim. Its pocket clip has a sturdy look that also functions perfectly. The weight and balance are just what they should be and its nib writes smoothly with a good ink flow. Overall, I like it!

MATTHEWS, NC
overall: 5 out of 5
overall rating 5 out of 5
quality:
quality rating 4 out of 5
function:
function rating 4 out of 5
style:
style rating 4 out of 5
value:
value value 4 out of 5
Love the smooth feel of this pen on paper. The nib took a little longer than some others to get started, but the flow has been great ever since. I do find that I have to be more careful as a left-handed writer to keep the pen angled enough more than some others.

Smyrna, GA
overall: 4 out of 5
overall rating 4 out of 5
quality:
quality rating 4 out of 5
function:
function rating 4 out of 5
style:
style rating 4 out of 5
value:
value value 4 out of 5
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FAQs about the Pilot Knight

Q:
Will the Con-70 converter fit the Pilot Knight pen?
Asked on Feb 26 2017 by FaithRobin Buchin
A:
No, the Pilot CON-70 converter will not fit the Pilot Knight fountain pen. The converter is just too large to fit inside the barrel of the pen. If you are looking for a better converter for the pen than the squeeze style CON-20 that comes with it you can upgrade to the Pilot CON-50 converter.
Q:
If you want to upgrade the squeeze converter to a piston, will the Con-50 fit this pen?
Asked on Feb 8 2017 by Faith
A:
Yes, the Pilot Con-50 would work with the Pilot Knight fountain pen.
Q:
Have not used a fountain pen in years but would love to have that experience again. However, I want ease of use as in refill etc. Does it come with particular ink color?
Asked on Apr 5 2016 by lola
A:
The Pilot Knight Fountain pen comes with a blue ink cartridge. The Pilot IC-50 cartridges and the Pilot IC-100 will also work for this pen.
Q:
Which cartridges does the pen use?
Asked on Mar 24 2016 by CAF
A:
The Pilot IC-50 cartridges and the Pilot IC-100 both will work for this pen.
Q:
Does this pen cone in different colors and how is the pilot night med nib so different then the pilot metropolitan med nib?
Asked on Feb 24 2016 by Larry
A:
The Pilot Knight does have other colors but we only have the silver left. The medium nib between the Pilot Knight and the Pilot metropolitan would be the same in tip size.
Q:
Is the converter a Con 50 or Con 70?
Asked on Oct 31 2015 by Holt
A:
The Pilot Knight fountain pen comes with a Pilot CON-20 squeeze converter.
Q:
Is this the same nib as the Pilot Metropolitan?
Asked on Dec 17 2014 by Young Kim
A:
No the nibs on the Pilot Knight and the Pilot Metropolitan are not the same. They are of equal quality but the shape and size are slightly different.
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Pilot Knight Video



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This is the Pilot Knight Fountain Pen, it comes in a blue, faux leather box, we have the Pilot logo embossed in silver on the top. The interior of the box is a nice velvet material with a satin top, with the Pilot logo printed in silver once again.

And this is the silver version of the Pilot Knight Fountain Pen, it comes with a matte style finish with some shiny chrome accents. It has a nice, shiny cap to it with a big chrome clip. That clip has a hinge to it, wraps all the way around the top of the pen, opens nice and wide, makes it real easy to get in a pocket. Then we have the Pilot logo printed here on the bottom of the cap with a thin, chrome band with "Japan" on the backside of the pen. The bottom of the pen is a small, chrome coin.

Then the cap on the pen is a compression cap. It simply snaps off, it can be posted on the pen. This is an all-metal cap and barrel; it's fairly lightweight. This end, however, on the pen is a little more weighty ,so it kind of balances the pen towards the end of the pen when it's posted. It has a chrome section here with a black resin grip section, and then a chrome-colored nib with the Pilot Super Quality Japan printed on that nib, and just a round breather hole.

This is a cartridge-converter style pen, so we unscrew that grip section from the barrel to change the ink. Included with the pen is a ink converter; it's a squeeze style converter that can be removed if you want to use cartridge-style ink. Included with the pen under the false bottom, we do have the Use and Care Guide for the pen, as well as one ink cartridge to get you started.

This is a fairly inexpensive pen but it's a good quality pen, Japanese product. Pilot makes some great pens. Get your Pilot Knight Fountain Pen at PenChalet.com.
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