The Apex fountain in mango, and chrome with gold detailing
Detailing on the pen cap includes a contrasting band and contrasting end cap, which screws onto the nib section and is also postable (by screwing on to the finial).
It features a smooth nib section with a rolled end, which prevents fingers sliding any further, even with the ligthest of grips, which in turn reduces writing-fatigue for any wannabe novelists.
- Subtle detailing to the cap and band
- Longer finial promoting good balance
- Secure, screwed cap (postable)
- Premium refill (rollerball)
- Ink converter & cartridge (fountain)
- Rhodium with black titanium detailing
- Gold with chrome detailing
- Gunmetal with chrome detailing
- Chrome with gold detailing
Material used to craft this pen:
Common Name(s): Mango, Hawaiian Mango
Scientific Name: Mangifera indica
Distribution: Tropical Asia and Oceania
Tree Size: 80-100 ft (24-30 m) tall, 3-4 ft (1-1.2 m) trunk diameter
Color/Appearance: Because of the spalting that is commonly present, the wood can be a kaleidoscope of colors. Under normal circumstances, heartwood is a golden brown, while other colors such as yellow and streaks of pink and/or black can also occur. Paler sapwood is not always clearly defined. Curly or mottled grain patterns are also common.
Known much more widely for its fruit, Mango trees also yield beautiful and valuable lumber. The wood is considered very eco-friendly, as some Mango plantations harvest the trees for lumber after they have completed their useful fruit-bearing lifespan.