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Looking For A Replacement Nib On Wearever Pen

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#1 parkerdpetesron


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Posted 11 February 2014 - 11:46

I'm not sure if this is the best place to post this, but I'm looking for a replacement nib and feed for my Wearever I don't know what model. It's a pen/pencil. I understand that these are relatively common and not of the highest quality, but I do think it looks rather neat. I do know that the current nib is after market that reads Moore Iridium Duo-tip not the smoothest writing nib, also the feed likes to keep me high and dry. I don't know what types of nibs would fit this sort of pen so I'm asking you guys. Please help me with this if you can.







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Posted 11 February 2014 - 14:30

If you can measure the nib, I might have a replacement.  Please contact me via email as I am going to be at the pen bench most of the day.

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Posted 11 February 2014 - 14:40

Why do you want to replace the nib and feed? If ink flow is poor I'd remove the nib/feed and check that the ink channels aren't blocked. Dried ink can block the narrow channels completely. Adjust the nib so it's well-aligned and tight to the feed, reassemble, and then gently take down any hard edges on the tip from the previous owner's writing style, and you'll probably have a pen that works very nicely.


If you're new to all this there's plenty of good advice for each of the jobs on this forum.

Edited by PDW, 11 February 2014 - 14:42.

#4 parkerdpetesron


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Posted 11 February 2014 - 19:59

Thank you for the response, Indy and PDW. I have never done work on a nib before. PDW, I have only ever swapped parts. Where would I learn how to do all of that work?

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