SOLD: Pilot M90 – M – 808

SOLD!

Up for sale is the wonderful Pilot M90.  This one has an M nib.  The date code on this one is 808, or August 2008.

The M90 is a limited edition run of 9000 pens made in 2008 in the style of the Pilot Myu 701.  It is made of stainless steel and the nib and grip section are one piece.  This is a stunning pen!

Here it is:

Pilot M90 Box

Pilot M90 Box

Ta-daaaa!

Ta-daaaa!

Box contents

Box contents

Pilot M90

Pilot M90

Pilot M90 - Top

Pilot M90 – Top

Pilot M90 - Bottom

Pilot M90 – Bottom

M nib - 808

M nib – 808

M90 nib

M90 nib

M90 Feed

M90 Feed

Cap Top and Body Bottom

Cap Top and Body Bottom

Pilot Japan

Pilot Japan

Writing Sample

Writing Sample

As I mentioned in the previous post, Pilot only made 9000 of these so they are a little bit rare.  A lot of Japanese pen collectors have already purchased theirs.  The rest are still moving around trying to find homes.  This one can be yours!

This pen is used.  There are a few wear and tear marks from capping and posting.  There are no major scratches or blemishes on this pen.  It is in great condition!

I am not sure which I like better, this pen or a Myu-701.  The 701 is the original.  It set the trend for futuristic and durable pen with sleek and sexy lines.  This pen is the re-engineered  version.  The body has a bit of plastic to make tightening it down a bit smoother.  The cap “clicks” on when you cap it and the same mechanism “clicks” the cap into place when posting.  The cap just seems a lot more stable on the M90.  I still have not decided but the next M90 I come across my end up in my collection and not for sale…

I am asking ¥29,000 for this pen (currently around $287.00 USD).  That price includes the pen, a new CON-20 and 2 ink cartridges.  It also includes the original box and documentation.  Insured shipping is also included in the price.

If you have any questions, please leave a comment.

If you would like to buy this pen, please leave a comment or send email to tomattarashinu@gmail.com.  This is first come, first served so if you would like to make a serious enquiry, hurry up!

Thanks!

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