The 77 is very similar in nature to the popular-grade pens from China. It is like the other Wality pens I have in its function and interior parts; rather than a Parker-like complication under the hood, it has a very simple old-school point and feed held in place by a simple plastic collar. It’s a good enough pen that I don’t regret having given it as a gift on more than one occasion, but it’s not a marvellous pen– if you don’t have one, don’t feel that you must seek one out to make your life complete.
Production Run: Production appears to have ended before 2010.
Cost When New: I bought them for $5.99 each in 2007
Point: Plated steel, hooded.
Filler: Piston, capacity of which I never checked on.
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