Nemosine Singularity - 0.6mm
Kaweco Blue Black
This is...an okay pen. I bought it for use in my office - I wanted something that took international carts for cleanness/convenience of filling. It'll fill its purpose just fine, but nothing about this pen really wows me.
I got the Walnut colour, which, it turns out, is a pretty mediocre brown. It doesn't look awful, but it's not great, either. All parts are in working order and fit together properly, but the plastic feels pretty flimsy and cheap. Then again, it's a $15 pen, so I suppose I got what I paid for.
As you can see, I finally got the feed saturated enough for proper ink flow (held it firmly in a paper towel and gave it a few good shakes because I got impatient). It writes smoothly enough - not the smoothest nib I own, but probably not the scratchiest, either. The 0.6mm is a wider nib than I'm used to, but I don't feel like I need to write bigger than I normally do. The nib is probably the best thing about this pen.
All in all, it's a decent enough pen at a decent price (though I don't think I'd pay any more for it). It'll fill my office writing needs for now, although I'm considering a Kaweco Sport now, too. I'd give this pen a 3 out of 5 stars.
(By the time I finished handwriting that review, it was writing pretty dry again. I've currently got it resting nib down to try to saturate the feed more. I know this is an issue with using carts: you don't have the initial feed saturation like you do when you fill from a bottle. Hopefully that's all it is and it's not an issue with the pen. It did come with a converter, I just don't have a good spot for ink bottle storage in my office, nor do I want to deal with the potential messes of filling from vials at work.)