Mind meets hand.
The Benton uses a 304 stainless steel barrel design, which means you won’t crack your cartridge – keeping the ink where it’s meant to be, on the page. With its pusher-mounted lanyard, you can pull it from your pocket easily, or you can keep it at the ready with the PVD-coated steel pocket clip (or both). The Benton will become a staple of your everyday-carry before you know it.
liked the first one so much ,had to have another.
Smooth. The holes on the frame feel a little cheap tho
This pen wrote well. A little pricey but well made
Love the color way and the quality pen. Yes the price is steep at first but realistically you can rely and trust this pen and know it’s going to last you for a long time. You can’t beat the warranty and the ink refills are cheap online. You can use the Parker Jotter refills for this pen!
At the end of the day, you value anything you purchased when you paid money for it. You take care of it and depend on it. As a part of your EDC you can trust and depend on the pen. Especially if you accidentally drop it.
Trust me. I previously owned Parker pens and dropped one before and it never would work again. I’ve dropped this pen already once from a higher distance and it works just like the first day.
You get what you pay for.
Great marketing, okay quality
Quality is okay, but the price is 10-20 dollars too high. If your heart is set on James Brand you should be satisfied, but if you are on the fence there are plenty of other quality pen makers out there of comparable pricing.