Pilot Vanishing Point Fountain Pens

Pilot Vanishing Point Fountain Pens. Released in 1963, Pilot launched the Pilot Capless with claims that it was the world's first capless fountain pen, thus its name in Japan, "Capless." In the US, this fountain pen is known as Vanishing Point. Vanishing Point Fountain Pens come in a number of different models available with different finishes and materials. The Decimo is a smaller and slightly lighter model and higher end models such as the VP Raden Fountain Pens, LS and SE have been added to the lineup.

The Pilot Vanishing Point Fountain Pen combines functionality and design to deliver an unparalleled writing experience. One of the most unique features of the Pilot Vanishing Point is its revolutionary retractable nib, which allows the convenience of a ballpoint pen with the luxurious feel of a fountain pen. The pen's body is metallic and is available in a variety of finishes, including matte, lacquered, and metallic. The balanced weight distribution make it comfortable to hold for extended periods, while the durable metal clip ensures that the pen remains securely fastened when not in use.