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Fountain Pen Review: Diplomat Traveller (Flame, Medium Nib)

A few months ago Ana let me use her lime green Diplomat Traveller and I liked it quite a bit. So I thought it was very sweet when she presented me with a Diplomat Traveller in Flame ($52.00) for my birthday (and review!)

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Back in 2017 I reviewed a Diplomat Excellence A , and the thing I love most about that pen were all the details that went into it! In some ways the Traveller feels the same, albeit at a much lower price point. So let’s start at the beginning.

The Traveller is a sleek and slim designed fountain pen. It features Diplomat’s signature clip and imprinted nibs, in a smooth body design. The Traveller comes in a variety of colors including Black Lacquer, Black Matte, Stainless Steel/Gold, Lumi Blue, Lumi Green and Flame. The Flame colorway is achieved by treating the body with fire which creates a unique finish for each pen. Ana knew I had a Kaweco Liliput in Fire Blue and knew I loved it; this has made the perfect set with the two!

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The Traveller measures approximately 4 5/8″/11.75cm end cap to nib tip, and 5 3/8″/13.5cm from end to end when capped. The cap is a snap cap (with a satisfying snap!) and is postable.  The pen takes standard international cartridges or a converter and, when full, weighs about 20g. That puts it squarely inline with many other popular pens.

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I’ve compared it to some of my favorites (L to R: Retro 51 Tornado Fountain, Pilot Metropolitan Retro Pop, Diplomat Traveller, Sailor Pro-Gear Slim, and Pelikan M200). The Traveller is the slimmest of the bunch, but is fairly comparable in terms of length to all of them.

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So let’s get down to why I like this pen so much. The Traveller is super slim, which works beautifully in my small hands. It is also a super smooth writer from the get go. The nibs are made by Jowo (rebranded for Diplomat) and aside from being slightly wider western-style nibs, are beautiful. I got a medium in this pen which is probably a bit wider than I normally go, but everything is just so smooth and the lines it puts on the page are beautiful.

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Even though the market has lots of options in the $50-75 range, I just feel that this is a really nice option for someone looking for a more modern, sleeker fountain pen. It feels like a quality pen in my hands, and the attention to the little details really make me love it that much more.

  • Paper: Ghost Paper Notebook ($25)
  • Pen: Diplomat Traveler in Flame ($52)
  • Ink: Monteverde Smoke Noir (30ml for $8)

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This is my favorite modern pen.

I’m new to the world of fountain pens, but I also prefer a slim as I have small hands. Can you suggest any others?

The Traveler is probably one of the most economical models I have found. Other pens that are fairly slim are the Caran d’Ache 849 and the pricier (but lovely) Sailor Pro Gear Slims .

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Showcasing a sleek and slim design—journey into timelessness with Diplomat’s Traveller. This collection embodies the spirit of the writer on-the-go, offering a multitude of looks to suit any individual. The fountain pen offers a steel Diplomat nib in fine or medium. It uses a standard international cartridge. Add an optional converter if you want to use bottled inks.

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Diplomat Traveller Fountain Pen - Flame. The Traveller collection comes with sleek and slim design, journey into timelessness. The writing tools are the embodiment of the spirit of the writer on-the-go offering a multitude of shades and designs to suit any individual. All the pens feature all-metal casing and satin-finished touch. The Flame writing tools are set under a blowtorch ensuring a unique style. The alluring hues and textures will surely attract the pen lovers and the collectors from all around the world. The fountain pens are fitted with stainless steel nib and accept international cartridge/converter for refill.

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The nib of a fountain pen is the metal part that actually touches the paper. The width and firmness of the nib, combined with the way you hold a pen, as well as your choice of ink and paper, will determine how the writing style of your pen will look. Below are writing samples for different nib sizes of this pen.

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The Diplomat Aero fountain pen features a Zeppelin-inspired flame-torched steel body with groove-like depressions on the barrel and cap. It has a satisfying soft sliding click cap that posts securely onto the barrel when writing. It features a smooth writing #6 JoWo nib in stainless steel, a matte gunmetal grip and trim, and fills via standard international cartridge/converter (both are included).

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  • Cartridge - A small, disposable, sealed plastic reservoir that holds fountain pen ink. These come pre-filled with ink, and typically you just push to insert them into place and you'll be ready to write! Check out our quick guide here .
  • Converter - A detachable and refillable ink reservoir that allows you to use bottled ink in a cartridge-accepting pen. Typically you will install the converter into the grip section, dip the nib/feed into the ink, and twist or pull the converter knob to draw ink into the converter. Here's a video for how to fill a cartridge/converter pen using a LAMY pen as an example.
  • Eyedropper - A pen that utilizes the entire barrel as a reservoir for ink. Ink is directly filled into the barrel, allowing for a high ink capacity. Here's a video on how to do it!
  • Piston - A type of filling system that uses a retracting plunger inside a sealed tube to draw ink into a pen. They are typically either twist or push-operated. These pens cannot accept cartridges or a converter, and only fill from bottled ink.
  • Vacuum - A push-style piston that uses pressure to fill the large pen body with ink. They seal the ink chamber when closed, making it ideal for flying without risk of leaking. Check out our video on how to use a vac filler here .

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Diplomat Traveller fountain pen review with Pen Chalet and the Pen Gangsta

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Get details about the Dee Charles Pen Wipe & Diplomat Traveller Flame Fountain Pen in today’s review with the Pen Gangsta, frequent Pen Chalet guest reviewer.

Are you familiar with the Diplomat Aero fountain pen? Many of you will be, as it’s a very popular mid-range price fountain pen and has been for a while. Do you already have an Aero? (You may have watched the previous review of the Diplomat Aero fountain pen review ). If you’re not familiar, get a glimpse at the Diplomat Aero fountain pen in flame here in the introduction of Pen Gangsta’s review of what she calls the Aero’s “little sister,” the Diplomat Traveller fountain pen. Dive into the full review – watch the video:

Or…if you prefer to get your fountain pen reviews in writing, read on. 

Our Guest Reviewer: Have you Met Vanessa, aka. The Pen Gangsta? 

Today’s Pen Chalet guest reviewer is The Pen Gangsta (a.k.a. @pen_gangsta – you may also know her by her alias, Vanessa Langton, but regardless, she’s a trusted source for all things fountain pen). Vanessa is an art historian by day who adores all things fountain pen and fountain pen ink related, and embraces a lot of hobbies that keep fountain pens and inks front and center in her day-to-day life. We really appreciate her straight forward review style. We hope you do, too!

Unboxing the Diplomat Traveller fountain pen in Flame: 

The first thing the Pen Gangsta got up to during her Diplomat Traveller fountain pen review was to do a quick fountain pen unboxing. The Diplomat Traveller comes in a cool, metal case (Vanessa suggests that it could double as a pencil box or something since the lining comes out. Then you wouldn’t need to “store” another pen box. Pen addict problem, right? Where do you store YOUR pen boxes? And how many do you have now?)

But back to the Diplomat Traveller fountain pen review…when you pull this fountain pen from the box, you’ll immediately notice the flame color or pattern. It’s the same as the Diplomat Aero flame with all the oranges, blues, and purples (although Vanessa did think that the orange may be a little more subdued on the Traveller). 

Comparing Our Two Diplomat Flame Fountain Pens: The Diplomat Traveller vs. Diplomat Aero

We loved that Vanessa started this Diplomat Traveller fountain pen review by comparing it to what she referred to as her big sister, the Diplomat Aero fountain pen. So what did she notice was different?

  • The most obvious difference between the Traveller and the Aero isn’t something you’ll notice when you pull the pen out of the box. It’s something you’ll notice when you’re buying your Diplomat. The Diplomat Traveller is at a significantly lower price point than it’s big sister, the Diplomat Aero. Find current discounted pricing at PenChalet.com. 
  • The Traveller is a slimmer design than the Aero, it’s compact size would make it a great choice for a purse pen or pocket pen. 
  • The clip on the Traveller is particularly nice, very stylized. 
  • The Traveller’s feed is different and it’s got a small #5 nib. 
  • The Traveller fountain pen is much lighter than the Aero. 
  • The Diplomat Traveller fountain pen doesn’t take up a lot of space. 
  • The Traveller fountain pen section is plastic, not brushed metal like the Aero. 

The Pen Featured in the Diplomat Traveller Fountain Pen Review:

As we already mentioned, the Diplomat Traveller fountain pen featured in this fountain pen review with the Pen Gangsta is in Flame with a medium nib. But other options are available. We also compare the Traveller fountain pen featured in this fountain pen review with its “big sister.” The Big Sister pen in this scenario is the Diplomat Aero fountain pen in Flame, another gorgeous pen at a higher price point that is one of the best selling fountain pens of 2020. 

Comparing the Sister Flame Pens: Do We Have a Winner?

The Diplomat Traveller fountain pen is different than the Diplomat Aero fountain pen, but it’s at a different price point. In fact, it might just make it onto our upcoming list for the 2020’s Best Affordable Fountain Pens. If you’re not ready to take the financial plunge for a Diplomat Aero fountain pen, the Diplomat Traveller is a great, more affordable option. 

Cartridge, Converter, Inks and Inking: What’s the Story?

Unfortunately, the Diplomat Traveller fountain pen doesn’t come with an ink converter, but it DOES come with an ink cartridge, so the pen is ready to go as soon as you pop in the included cartridge. And if you like to choose your own ink, this pen DOES accept a Standard International Ink Converter . 

Some of Our Reviewer’s Favorite Things About Diplomat Pens: 

What’s so great about Diplomat pens ? In our reviewer’s opinion, Diplomat steel nibs are some of the best steel nibs out there. They write really smooth – you’ll be amazed. 

Conclusions From Today’s Diplomat Traveller Fountain Pen Review: 

Our reviewer likes the overall look of the pen, both ends are silver and on one end they added the Diplomat logo with a classy, clear plastic overlay. The clip is springy enough to work with, a little stiff, but usable. She likes the silver band around the bottom of the cap that matches the other silver parts of the pen. The pen DOES post. (Vanessa thought it didn’t at first, but discovered that you have to apply a little pressure when posting the cap).

The one thing Vanessa didn’t love about the pen was that it was a bit difficult to uncap; she wasn’t sure if this was specific to the Diplomat Traveller she received or if it is a part of the overall pen design. To summarize, she calls this a really classy pen. It’s also fun, and affordable. It’s a great next level type of pen. For example, if you started with a Platinum Preppy and you’re looking for something a little classier with a little more oomph, this could be your pen.

Diplomat Traveller Fountain Pen Review featuring Dee Charles Pen Wipes

Introducing the Dee Charles Designs Pen Wipe: Pen Wipe Review

Dee Charles Designs is a new company that produces leather goods for pens. The Dee Charles Designs Pen Wipe is very compact (can easily fit in your bag or purse or pocket). The Pen Wipe is for use when cleaning your pens or cleaning your nibs after inking your fountain pens. It seems particularly essential for anyone who inks their fountain pens on the go, but is just as handy if kept on your desk.

When you unsnap the wallet style closure and open it up, there’s soft, suede chamois (four different pieces) sewn in the center. It’s very soft, you may want to cuddle with it, but you should definitely give it some space because it’s not for you. It’s for your fountain pen nibs. The way it’s put together means you have 8 sides of the ultra soft cloth to wipe your pens. 

How to Use the Dee Charles Pen Wipe to Clean Your Nib After Inking: 

After inking your pen, you lay the Dee Charles Pen Wipe flat and wipe your nib on it instead of using a paper towel or rag. The chamois will be nice and gentle on your nib and won’t scratch it up. Watch the full Dee Charles Pen Wipe Review and Diplomat Traveller fountain pen review video above to see Vanessa use the pen wipe during the inking process. 

Check Out a Diplomat Traveller Writing Sample: 

While you’re checking out how handy the Dee Charles Designs Pen Wipe is to protect your fountain pen nibs from damage when cleaning off surplus ink, you can go ahead and keep watching to see Vanessa’s writing sample with the Diplomat Traveller Flame fountain pen. In this video, Vanessa puts an International Standard Converter in the Traveller before inking the Diplomat Traveller fountain pen (with a medium nib) with Monteverde Malibu Blue fountain pen ink. 

The Diplomat Traveller Fountain Pen: Your Inexpensive Alternative to the Diplomat Aero: 

The Diplomat Traveller is your more inexpensive option to the Diplomat Aero. It’s classy. It makes a nice gift – especially for someone new to fountain pens or someone ready for that next level fountain pen. Find your fountain pen gifts and accessories at PenChalet.com. 

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Forged in fire, designed for innovation. The Diplomat Traveller Flame pen was crafted to showcase the versatility of metal, and there’s no better way than to pair it against the elements. Each pen was individually set under a blowtorch, ensuring a unique style on every fine writing instrument. Clear lacquer was applied during the finishing touches to offer a stunning sheen on the bodies of each pen. The hues and textures are truly original, and any pen lover is sure to appreciate the craftsmanship.

  • Cap Type: Snap-cap
  • Filling Mechanism: Cartridge, Converter (not included)
  • Grip Material: Resin
  • Body Material: Lacquered metal
  • Postable: No
  • Length Overall (Closed) -135.3mm (5.33in)
  • Weight: 17g

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The Diplomat Traveller

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By Jamerelbe June 17, 2019 in Fountain Pen Reviews

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It’s been several years now since I received my first Diplomat pen – the Diplomat Esteem – followed a couple of years later by the excellent Excellence A (Marrakesh finish) and the Aero in brown. I’d always wanted to round out my ‘collection’ with a Traveller, but couldn’t’ justify the expense – especially since I expected it would be a bit thin to use comfortably for extended writing sessions. I had the opportunity, though, to pick one up on a recent visit to Melbourne – at a reduced price, due to a slight blemish I’ll point out in due course.

I think my instincts about the pen were right: it’s a bit small for my taste, at least as a ‘regular writer’ – but it’s a really nice pen nonetheless, and I’m glad to have it in my collection. For anyone interested, my review will aim to provide a comparison with Diplomat’s larger, more expensive options – for anyone who’s tossing up which option to go with for themselves.

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Appearance & Design

The version of the Traveller that was available instore (at least at the cheaper price!) had a brushed chrome finish. There’s a slightly discoloured ‘ring’ towards the bottom of the barrel – probably caused by aggressive posting of the cap – that explained the reduced price, but it wasn’t enough of a blemish to put me off.

I like the simplicity of the design: a long, slim pen, ramrod straight, with the classic Diplomat clip and, and a clear-plastic-coated logo on the finial. It looks and feels a little heftier than the stainless steel Parker Jotter that was my main (if not only) fountain pen for many years – even though the finish of the metal is similar.

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I terms of comparison, the Diplomat looks like a “shrunk down” version of the Esteem – as opposed to the Excellence A, which has more of a taper towards the top and bottom of the pen.

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Construction & Quality

Like the Diplomat Esteem and Excellence A, the Traveller is solidly constructed and well executed. Its design is not intended to ‘fire the emotions’ so much as to communicate simplicity and reliability – and it certainly does that! The cap and body are made of metal, with a brushed finish; the plastic grip section is sturdy, with a matte finish that makes it pleasant to hold.

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Posting the pen makes it very long – but given its light weight, causes no problems in terms of balance. Unlike the Esteem, which has a nice positive ‘click’ at the end of its travel, it’s not clear when the Traveller Cap has reached the end of its travel along the barrel – which probably explains the marring on the pen I bought! As long as you don’t ram the thing on, though, it seems happy to be posted, and writes equally well either way.

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Weight & Dimensions

The Traveller is a lightweight pen, especially given its metal construction: 19.7g capped, or 11.5g uncapped (including converter and ink). The diameter of the grip section tapers down from 9mm at its widest, to 7.5mm towards the nib – which is about the diameter of a pencil, but fairly skinny for a pen. By comparison the diameters of the Esteem and Excellence A grip sections (at their widest) were 10.5mm and 12mm respectively.

The pen is 136mm capped, and 117mm uncapped; posted, it measures154mm. The diameter of the pen (along its entire length) is 10mm. This is a long(ish), skinny pen.

Nib & Performance

Diplomat is renowned (rightly, in my view) for the performance of its nib. The M nibs on my Excellence A and Aero are beautifully, buttery smooth, as is the F on my Esteem (though the latter required some work!).

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The nib on the Traveller is great too – very smooth, especially for a Fine nib. It lays down a *very* fine line –which was a bit of a surprise given the much more generous flow of the F on the Esteem. As you can see from the photos, the Traveller nib is smaller in size than the Esteem nib – which likewise is smaller than the (#6) nib on the Excellence A.

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Filling System & Maintenance

The pen takes standard international cartridges, or a full sized (Schmidt K5?) standard international cartridge converter. It’s disappointing that Diplomat don’t include a converter as standard with the Traveller – but I knew to expect it.

Cost & Value

The RRP of this pen is around AU$60 (I think) – though I was able to buy mine for about AU$45 (~US$30 on current exchange rates!). For the build quality, that’s very reasonable – though it’s not hard to find cheaper pens to do the job!

I said at the start that I’m not really a big user of ultrathin pens, but they do have their place. The ‘Traveller’ is aptly named, given its primary use (for me anyway) will be to take it on the road with me, especially when visiting places I wouldn’t want to risk taking my more expensive pens to. I wouldn’t want to use it for extended writing sessions, but it’s a good, high quality pen that I’m happy to have in my collection.

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I have the steel and gold trim model. It's a darn great pen. I actually find it extremely comfortable for lots of writing due to being so thin and agile with a nice modest weight.

Only complaint I had was that it did not like most SI converters. I didn't have any spare schmidt at the time, but what I had could dislodge in the barrel with a decent tap on a table.

Diplomat sent me a new converter and it was perfect.

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I have the steel and gold trim model. It's a darn great pen. I actually find it extremely comfortable for lots of writing due to being so thin and agile with a nice modest weight.   Only complaint I had was that it did not like most SI converters. I didn't have any spare schmidt at the time, but what I had could dislodge in the barrel with a decent tap on a table.   Diplomat sent me a new converter and it was perfect.

I don't disagree that it's a great pen, and very sturdy, perfect for taking on the road! It's just that for me, the thinner the pen, the harder I tend to instinctively grip it - which can lead to cramping if I don't notice what I'm doing...

Diplomat converters look identical (apart from the branding) to Schmidt K5s, so that's what I have in my Traveller right now - but I have a 'branded' converter on the way with an End-of-Financial-Year stationery sale order...

And just while I remember, here are links to my earlier reviews (dating back to 2014/15...):

The Esteem ( https://www.fountainpennetwork.com/forum/topic/271382-the-diplomat-esteem-conservative-german-styling-great-writing-experience/ )

The Excellence A ( https://www.fountainpennetwork.com/forum/topic/296585-the-diplomat-excellence-a-another-great-german-fountain-pen/ )

The Aero ( https://www.fountainpennetwork.com/forum/topic/296623-the-diplomat-aero-aka-the-zeppelin-pen/ )

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I enjoy the Excellence A, the heft and girth is great. The nib is sublime.

Diplomat takes standard converters and the K5 work flawless.

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I would suggest that anyone using a non-k5 converter, insert the converter, put on the barrel, and give it 5-10 firm taps bottom first on a fairly hard surface. You definitely don't want to make the mistake I did and have it dislodge full of ink!

I only have two diplomats, this and a magnum, and I really hate the magnum. This one is a peach though. I especially love the clip design and the finial.

Interesting to hear that: I've been tempted to jump on a Magnum a few times, when I've seen them on sale, but decided against it, then wondered if I'd missed out on something. Sounds like I made the right decision...

I waited about 3-4 years to finally commit to the Traveller - not sorry I finally got around to it!

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The traveler does feel like a premium product, the nib is completely different from the magnum, being a little soft and bouncy.

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Pleased to find this comparison, as I've been looking at substantially discounted Diplomats on a UK site: a Traveller and an Excellence.

Both are available (at the price) only with M nibs, and as someone who mostly prefers something finer than the usual western medium, I'm wondering if these tend to fat or thin lines.

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We've had several of these in our family, and they're great pens aside from the section. I think we've had as many broken sections as we've had Travellers. It was easy to get replacements back when Points of Distinction was the distributor, but I haven't had to get a replacement in a while, so perhaps it was an issue that was fixed in-house at Diplomat.

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I had the opportunity to purchase another brushed chrome Traveller recently - at half the normal asking price, from outlet.milligram.com (they seem to be clearing them out?). I had the choice of another 'F', or to purchase a Medium nib - so I went for the latter. Here's a comparison of the two nibs, both inked up with Blackstone Sydney Harbour Blue:

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The M nib is definitely both broader and wetter than the F - though I'd say it's not much different from a Lamy Safari 'F' nib, and definitely a fair bit finer than the 'M' nibs on my larger Diplomat pens (as per Excellence A comparison above).

Just posting, for the benefit of anyone who might be contemplating a Traveller, and wants to know the difference between these two options - personally, I'm glad to have both!

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I had the opportunity to purchase another brushed chrome Traveller recently - at half the normal asking price, from outlet.milligram.com (they seem to be clearing them out?). I had the choice of another 'F', or to purchase a Medium nib - so I went for the latter. Here's a comparison of the two nibs, both inked up with Blackstone Sydney Harbour Blue:     The M nib is definitely both broader and wetter than the F - though I'd say it's not much different from a Lamy Safari 'F' nib, and definitely a fair bit finer than the 'M' nibs on my larger Diplomat pens (as per Excellence A comparison above).   Just posting, for the benefit of anyone who might be contemplating a Traveller, and wants to know the difference between these two options - personally, I'm glad to have both!

Thanks, Jamerelbe. I wouldn't have expected the difference to be this big.

Maybe my search was too shallow, but I didn't find much information on how the Traveller's or Esteem's nibs compare to Diplomat's 6# sized nibs. Praise for the Aero and the Excellence models is abundant and there are reviews, like yours, on the smaller pens. I know your experience with the Esteem hasn't been pure joy from the beginning. Could you compare the writing experience between the Aero and Excellence on the one hand to the Esteem on the other hand?

Thanks, Jamerelbe. I wouldn't have expected the difference to be this big. Maybe my search was too shallow, but I didn't find much information on how the Traveller's or Esteem's nibs compare to Diplomat's 6# sized nibs. Praise for the Aero and the Excellence models is abundant and there are reviews, like yours, on the smaller pens. I know your experience with the Esteem hasn't been pure joy from the beginning. Could you compare the writing experience between the Aero and Excellence on the one hand to the Esteem on the other hand?

Sure thing: writing with the Aero and/or the Excellence A is an absolute delight - the nibs are beautifully smooth, and just glide across the page. The Esteem is great when I can get it to write - but when I first received it, it was constantly hard starting and skipping. With a bit of TLC it now writes a lot better, but I still get the occasional 'slow start'. I've toyed with the idea of doing some further nib work of my own (or paying someone else to do it), but it hasn't gotten to the top of my priority list... It really is a lovely pen, I just find myself gravitating to my other Diplomats (and other brands!) in preference...

Having read around the internet, I suspect my experience with the Esteem is not common - I just got a dud nib. Unfortunately, the Australian distributor for Diplomat (I've since discovered) has a strange aversion to honouring warranty claims, unless there's no way he can get out of it - so the retailer I got the Esteem from had enormous difficulty getting a replacement nib, so (if I recall correctly?) we ended up not bothering with it. I've since had similar difficulties getting the faulty cap on my Aero replaced - as I write this, I've been waiting several weeks to hear anything back on my warranty claim for that pen.

Thank you for the insight provided!

It's a pity the australian distributor doesn't provide much service.

Thank you for the insight provided! It's a pity the australian distributor doesn't provide much service.

Yep, it's a real pity, especially given Diplomat's recent resurgence. I don't see a lot of retailers carrying their stock in Australia - and I don't see that changing any time soon, if purchasers and/or retailers don't have confidence that their legitimate warranty issues will be dealt with promptly and fairly.

  Yep, it's a real pity, especially given Diplomat's recent resurgence. I don't see a lot of retailers carrying their stock in Australia - and I don't see that changing any time soon, if purchasers and/or retailers don't have confidence that their legitimate warranty issues will be dealt with promptly and fairly.

Well, maybe it helps to address this situation here or in direct contact with Diplomat. You flag it up, maybe it's seen.

Thanks for your help!

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diplomat traveller flame fountain pen

Diplomat Traveller Flame Fountain Pen

₹ 6,300.00 ₹ 4,914.00

  • All-metal casing. Polished chrome fittings
  • Multicolored flamed effect by hand varnished with a satin finish. Slim and elegant design
  • Easy grip, satin smooth, extremly, long wearing coating. The Diplomat flower on top of cap
  • Fountain pen with finely chiselled and polished stainless steel nib
  • Body Material: Brass
  • Nib Material: Stainless Steel
  • Brand Origin: Germany
  • Series: Diplomat Traveller Flame Fountain Pen
  • Type: Fountain Pen
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  1. Diplomat Traveller Fountain Pen

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    The Traveller is a sleek and slim designed fountain pen. It features Diplomat's signature clip and imprinted nibs, in a smooth body design. The Traveller comes in a variety of colors including Black Lacquer, Black Matte, Stainless Steel/Gold, Lumi Blue, Lumi Green and Flame. The Flame colorway is achieved by treating the body with fire which ...

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    Suitable for both right and left handed writers. Diplomat Traveller Fountain Pen in Flame. All-metal casing with glossy lacquer. Stainless steel fountain pen nib. Suitable to be used with a converter or ink cartridges. Includes a Diplomat ink cartridge in blue. Presented in a presentation box with magnetic closure and warranty card.

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    Diplomat Traveller Fountain Pen - Flame. The Traveller collection comes with sleek and slim design, journey into timelessness. The writing tools are the embodiment of the spirit of the writer on-the-go offering a multitude of shades and designs to suit any individual. All the pens feature all-metal casing and satin-finished touch.

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  12. Diplomat Traveller fountain pen Flame

    The Diplomat fountain pen Traveler Flame offers a all-metal body in a sleek and elegant design. The grip-friendly and semi-matt coating makes this filler extremely durable. The fitting parts are high-gloss chrome-plated. The fountain pen is available with a chased and polished stainless steel nib in the strengths F and M.

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    About the Diplomat Traveller. The Diplomat Traveller fountain pen in the flame color has been treated with fire to create a unique coloring on each individual pen. The Traveller pen has a sleek and slim design with an all-metal casing and stainless steel nib. Utilize the power of the Traveller today. Product Specifications Capped Length: 5.32 ...

  14. Diplomat Aero Fountain Pen

    The Diplomat Aero fountain pen features a Zeppelin-inspired flame-torched steel body with groove-like depressions on the barrel and cap. It has a satisfying soft sliding click cap that posts securely onto the barrel when writing. It features a smooth writing #6 JoWo nib in stainless steel, a matte gunmetal grip and trim, and fills via standard ...

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    The clip on the Traveller is particularly nice, very stylized. The Traveller's feed is different and it's got a small #5 nib. The Traveller fountain pen is much lighter than the Aero. The Diplomat Traveller fountain pen doesn't take up a lot of space. The Traveller fountain pen section is plastic, not brushed metal like the Aero.

  16. Diplomat Traveller Fountain Pen-Flame

    Diplomat Traveller Fountain Pen-Flame. $77.50. Flame. Quantity: 1. Sold Out. Description. Forged in fire, designed for innovation. The Diplomat Traveller Flame pen was crafted to showcase the versatility of metal, and there's no better way than to pair it against the elements. Each pen was individually set under a blowtorch, ensuring a unique ...

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    This is a long (ish), skinny pen. Nib & Performance. Diplomat is renowned (rightly, in my view) for the performance of its nib. The M nibs on my Excellence A and Aero are beautifully, buttery smooth, as is the F on my Esteem (though the latter required some work!). The nib on the Traveller is great too - very smooth, especially for a Fine nib.

  18. Amazon.com: Diplomat Traveller Pen

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    Forged in fire, designed for innovation. This slender fountain pen comes with a smooth writing JoWo stainless steel nib and fills via cartridge/converter.

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    The Diplomat Traveller Flame pen was crafted to showcase the versatility of metal, and thereÆs no better way than to pair it against the elements. Each pen was individually set under a blowtorch, ensuring a unique style on every fine writing instrument.

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    Easy grip, satin smooth, extremly, long wearing coating. The Diplomat flower on top of cap; Fountain pen with finely chiselled and polished stainless steel nib; Body Material: Brass; Nib Material: Stainless Steel; Brand Origin: Germany; Series: Diplomat Traveller Flame Fountain Pen; Type: Fountain Pen