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3 PCS Genuine Hero 329 Fountain Pen Fine Nib,Gold Arrow Pattern, Stainless Steel Cap

4.3 out of 5 stars 190 ratings

Price: $30.73 + $7.52 Delivery
3 x 329
Colour 3 x 329
Brand Lanxivi
Item dimensions L x W x H 14 x 1.3 x 1.3 centimetres

About this item

  • Classic Smooth Writing Pen
  • Length: 140 mm; Nib : Iridium Fine
  • Pen weight: 15g; Diameter: 13.5mm; Cap: Push Type
  • Ink: compatible with bottled ink only
  • Package: 3 fountain pens as picture shown

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Colour Name:3 x 329

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Colour Name:3 x 329

Instruction on how to fill Squeeze-Fill Fountain Pens:

Press the converter bar quickly and firmly, release it quickly, and wait five seconds between presses so that the sac can finish expanding (and pulling ink up). Five times should be enough.

Since 1931, Hero Pen factory has the reputation in China for manufacturing the best fountain pens. They are well known for the fine craftsmanship. Hero pens are very smooth and can be rated and considered as one of the best fountain pen companies of the world!


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Hande Z
4.0 out of 5 stars Rough use
Reviewed in Singapore on 22 September 2020
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Nancy Z.
4.0 out of 5 stars Value for money
Reviewed in Canada on 28 November 2020
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M. Duras
5.0 out of 5 stars Keep one, give away two, OR, keep them all!
Reviewed in the United States on 24 August 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars Keep one, give away two, OR, keep them all!
Reviewed in the United States on 24 August 2019
I misread and thought I was going to get ONE of the three colors of this pen but was more than pleasantly surprised to see all three! At a little over five dollars a pen, this pen is worth considering. I believe that if you are a fountain pen lover, there is a pen out there that is just right for you.

The nib feels a bit dry on Rhodia paper but on more modest paper, it flows well (owing to the more porous nature of the cheaper copier paper). I found that after writing for a while, the flow improved considerably even on Rhodia paper. This is a steel nib, there is no flex and no line variation. The pen produces a fine line on Rhodia paper and between a fine and medium when used on regular copy paper.

I grew up with Parker, Shaeffer, and Cross, so this pen is very familiar to me. Still, Hero has included some specific design differences between it and the Parker 51. For example, the pen is lighter, slimmer and feels lightweight in the hand, which could be a big plus for some. It is for me when I want to write for long periods of time. There is the distinctive gold arrow on the grip section that is aligned with the hooded nib, but the Parker arrow clip on the cap has been swapped for a more traditional chrome-finished clip with HERO engraved on it. The cap itself has a brushed steel finish so the chrome accent of the clip is a nice touch. The finial on the vintage used to have squared edges and a dome; the Hero 329 is a perfect cigar shape on both ends. Finally, the ring that connects the section to the barrel is thinner than on the 51; I actually like it better since it eliminates any potential disturbance while writing. No step, no sharp threads, one smooth flowing pen, like the Lamy 2000.

I tried to loosen the aerometric filler to see if it could be eyedroppered but I couldn't. Perhaps an expert could? Not sure.

Measurements of the HERO 329:
Nib: Iridium Fine Nib
Filling system: Aerometric filler with sac and pressure bar; provided
Material: Plastic
Cap: Friction fit
Capped length: 140 mm
Uncapped length: 123 mm
Posted length: 147 mm
Diameter: 13.5 mm
Weight (pen w/o ink): 15 g

Pros: The pen writes well right out of the box and gets better with continued use. The nib is fine and produces a nice line of writing without any skips or false starts. It's lightweight, allows for longer periods of writing, has a nice vintage feel on both color and design, and is absolutely hard to beat for the price!

Cons: I don't think there are any cons, the pen writes, it does what it's supposed to do! If you like buttery smooth nibs or broad nibs, if you have big or long hands and prefer weightier, more substantial pens, this is not for you.
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Michael Blue
4.0 out of 5 stars Good pen for the price!
Reviewed in the United States on 28 August 2019
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good pen for the price!
Reviewed in the United States on 28 August 2019
“The Blue Pen” Reviews the Hero 329 Fountain Pen. (This particular model came in a 3-pack for around $16 on Amazon Prime).

The Hero 329 is a medium-length, lightweight, cigar-bodied fountain pen. The cap is stainless steel, the body is resin and it features an aerometric/bladder-style converter which does not appear to be removable. The thickness of the body is of thin to medium diameter and it feels comfortable in the hand.

The stainless steel cap is brushed, while the clip is polished, giving a nice contrast. The clip is emblazoned with the “Hero” script, while the skirt of the cap has some Chinese writing and an attractive “329” script on one side and “Made in China” on the other.

Removing the tension-fit, pull-off cap reveals a hooded iridium nib which the ad lists as “Fine”. Just above the nib on the hooded section is a metal decoration which some say resembles the Star-Trek logo. The section is one smooth taper from the barrel to the hood with no step or threads, only a very thin metal trim ring to delineate the section from the barrel. Although it is smooth, the section has a nice feel and doesn’t appear to be slippery at all. The cap posts comfortably and securely.

Unscrewing the barrel reveals the aerometric/bladder-style converter assembly, with a metal housing protecting it. The housing can be removed, but I found no way to further break the pen down for cleaning. The assembly from the converter to the nib all appear to be sealed, making thorough cleaning nearly impossible. The converter housing does have an articulated “button” for causing the bladder to expand and contract, exhausting the air from within the bladder and drawing in ink.

Using my usual Pilot Iroshizuku Murasaki-Shikibu (purple) ink on Rhodia 80g Dot pad initially resulted in a Fine line with a rather toothy feel. There is zero line variation and the nib appeared to open up to a Medium-Fine line and less tooth as I continued testing it. The flow was adequate for normal writing but seemed like it would struggle to keep up with long, fast strokes. This was a nice pen to write with by the time I completed my testing.

In the end my only complaints would be the apparent inability to break this pen down for proper thorough cleaning and the initial toothiness of the nib. Otherwise this is an attractive, comfortable pen that I wouldn’t mind carrying daily, particularly for the price!

Recommended, Four Stars.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great quality and value for the price!
Reviewed in the United States on 16 June 2020
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