Here are my Pentel Tradios and my Lamy Safaris. There are also three Heros and Vistas in the mix. I just added the Neon Coral Ballpoint and after payday I may try and find a Neon Blue Rollerball to go with my ball point. Only the Heros, Pink Safari, Orange Safari and Vista are fountain pens. I do like the fountains but I use the rollerball more. I just have to many pens and fountain pens require more upkeep. Add all these great pens to your collection.
These Pentel Alloy Energel Pens are starting to look like BICs with all the new colors. I just added the Purple EnerGel pen to the collection so now there are seven. To go with the purple pen I added a purple Pentel Sharp Kerry P1035. One of the best pencils that Pentel has made. Not a exact match but close enough for my pocket. I don't know how many different colors there are but a red one would be welcome. Sitting on top of the pink post it pad are one inch aluminum tabs that can be used in your notebook. I use them in my field notes to mark sections. Add them all to your collection.
When I think of pens from the 60s I always go back to the orange Lindy. I found that using a Cross orange refill works fine in these old pens. Most of the time I use Pilot refills for the blue, black and red but these do not have orange so Cross it is. Add one to your collection.
There was a day here in the US where these were sold at every stationary store in the country. No more. These are made in France and sold overseas. They are disposable and I had plenty of them. In the 60s they were only in the four basic colors. Things have changed. Add them to your collection.