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In 1900 the Zeppelin airship began its first test flight under the aeronautical leadership of Earl von Zeppelin. Based on this event and the design of the airship Diplomat introduces the Aero pen to the market. The Diplomat Aero is characterized by groove-like depressions on the barrel and cap which lends the pen next to its classic form a modern spirit. The Diplomat Aero is made of anodized aluminum and is especially designed ergonomically. The clip harmonises well with the shape of the Diplomat Aero.

The Diplomat Aero fountain pen has a steel (optional 14ct gold) nib in Fine, Medium and Broad. The pen use a ink cartridge or a converter.

Since 1922, the name Diplomat has stood for sophisticated writing instruments. Driven by excellence in quality and a spirit of innovation the manufacture for turned fountain pens developed into a leading manufacturer of premium writing instruments. The Diplomat pens still manufactured in Kierspe, Germany. 

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1 review for Diplomat Aero Matte Grey Fountain pen

  1. English

    Felix Kröner

    It has a very smooth and quite wet nib. Due to the fact it’s a steel nib, it’s robust too., thats why I prefer steel nibs over gold nibs. Its very light and ergonomical, but no as light as a plastic pen.
    The aluminum body is pretty resistent against scratching through daily usage. The matte body feels very good, when holding it, though its not a 100% smooth surface, but that’s a great help so it stay where it should.

    I chose this color (matte grey) because its as close as you can get to a zeppelin/blimp and its great for business usage. The color is classy and elegant, but not simply black as always.

    When choosing a nib size, keep this in mind: The nib width is oversized, this means a medium nib, which would create lines with 0,75mm line width, is more likely to be round about 0,8 to 0,85mm.
    I normaly choose broad nibs (1mm line width), here medium.
    (the infos I gave could vary, due to paper and ink properties)

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