Esterbrook is one of the greatest names in American pen history. Founded in 1858, by their peak they were making 216 million pens a year. Unfortunately, as the market changed, Esterbrook went out of business in 1971. Now they're back, though, with the name brought back and the designs reinvented by Kenro Industries, who have plenty of experience of bringing back or continuing famous pen brands.
The Estie is inspired by Esterbrook designs from the 1930s, using some beautifully machined acrylics - the black is basic and understated, while the more colourful patterns are bright and eye-catching.
149mm long capped, 130mm uncapped, 172mm posted. Weighs 24g.
Nib: M / Steel
Supplied in a gift box with a converter for use with bottled ink.
And if you're an Esterbrook fan of old, with vintage nibs you'd love to use in a modern fountain pen? Just add the optional vintage nib adapter, and the new Estie will take old vintage Esterbrook nibs.