None of these went home with me, but I did get a chance to play with them during a recent visit to Aesthetic Bay.
The original Sailor Professional Gear Saibi Togi (a swordpoint nib) came with gold trim. There’s now one with shiny white metal trim and a rhodium-finish 21k nib.
There is a new stealth Pro Gear that made me consider, for a very brief moment, a medium nib. The matte finish with the blackened metal trim and nib is a drop-dead sexy combination. Sailor’s outdone themselves on this limited edition.
I tried the Sailor Sapporo Saibi Togi too. This is also a limited release, in shiny deep red with black accents. The nib is 14k, and pens in the Sapporo line generally cost less than the Pro Gear. If you want to add a Saibi Togi to your collection, and like using smaller pens, you might want to try this one.