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The two common ways to fill your fountain pen with ink are cartridges and converters.
While they both have theirs pros and cons, most of our customers prefer converters because of the endless supply of ink colors, types, and brands.
Ink Converters (pictured above: Visconti Converter) attaches similar to the ink cartridge but has a small plunger or piston that runs inside and draws the ink (of your choice) into the fountain pen.
The parts are as follows:
Mouth: holds converter in place and serves as the entrance.
Ink Reservoir: empty chamber that holds ink.
Seal: creates a vacuum in order to draw ink into the reservoir.
Rod: threaded portion of the piston which causes the seal to move up and down when the knob is turned.
Shroud: metal covering that holds the piston mechanism.
Knob: turn to move the piston seal up and down to fill the converter.
Still need help deciding whether an ink cartridge or ink converter is for you? Give us a call. We'd love to help.