Pens are given as a gift to our loved ones on important days of their life such as graduation day, first day at office, etc. From writing daily lists to signing most important documents, pens are needed everyday. However, for those who need some luxury even while writing, Montblanc, German brand known for creating luxury writing instruments, always come up with high-class pen designs.
Now, for the first time the luxury brand has collaborated with renowned Australian industrial designer Marc Newson to create next generation luxury writing instruments entitled as Montblanc M. The stylish pen collection boasts the brand’s signature biomorphic design and elegance, adding modern touch to conventional writing tools.
The polished black resin pen features sharp, angular edges forming natural curves, offering smooth and seamless handwriting experience. Whereas, lines of the platinum-plated clip are arranged in way that it fits comfortably between thumb and index finger for a fine grip.
Montblanc M beautifully blends form and functionality, as well as includes clever magnet that aligns its body and hood for perfect closure. Even iconic emblem of Montblanc is embedded on the pen using ultrasonic welding. Still not satisfied with its luxe features?
Don’t worry, as limited edition pens are also created with rare gold nib AU585. The gold-plated nib comes in two-tone finish of rhodium and ruthenium, encrypted with initials ‘MN,’ paying homage to Marc Newson.
The classy pen collection is available in different versions such as fountain pen, rollerball pen, ballpoint pen as well as screenwriter for using on touchscreen. Montblanc revealed about the latest pen collection to guests at a special presentation in Milan. Soon the luxurious pens staring at $400 will be launched worldwide this September.
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