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Visconti Rembrandt F Nib


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#1 VaN GoGh

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Posted 09 February 2012 - 17:59

Hi guys,

I search and find out that there is only one review for Visconti Rembrandt which is in blue color. So I decided to share my Rembrandt red.

I hope it helps someone who wants to compare the colors. I sould remind that the color seems more magnificent in real.


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#2 lovemy51

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Posted 10 February 2012 - 08:29

hello, Van G. can u tell a bit more about your pen? how's the nib? did yours come with a converter? how does the cap post on the back of the barrel?

congrats on your purchase!

#3 VaN GoGh

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Posted 10 February 2012 - 08:59

hello, Van G. can u tell a bit more about your pen? how's the nib? did yours come with a converter? how does the cap post on the back of the barrel?

congrats on your purchase!


This is a F nib. It didn't come with a converter :headsmack: but now I'm trying to get one free from my local pen shop. It comes with one cartige which is visconti black and now I used it with Pelikan brilliant black cartige with fits it perfectly. The nib feels soft and little wet. After using my waterman expert the Rembrandt feels more comfortable. Specially I used it with my Rhodia No16 5x5 , moleskine notepad and it's really gliding. I didnt have a chance to use it with other inks cause I'm waiting for the converter. I can send you some writing examples next days if you wish

No screwing or clips ! You tighten the cap post in the back if you push a little it perfectly fits and seems fine . Also the weight is good enought to write. Also it has a magnet inside which helps when you close the cap.

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#4 lovemy51

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Posted 10 February 2012 - 10:30

thanx for the reply. i was the one who posted the blue rembrandt review. my pen, tho' the cap posts well on the back of the barrel, it does need a little push and twist to feel more secure... i just do not post this one. other than that, it's a great pen. it feels well balanced unposted anyways. and the magnet cap is such a nice feature!!

thanx for the nice photos, VG!






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