There was no sweeping judgment; simply a statement of my experience. "One" was a typing error. I have used several, and haven't cared for them. I don't care for Medium or Broad nibs, so I know those wouldn't "delight" me. As I said, this was meant to be a statement of my experience only, not a sweeping judgment.
I have the feeling that you have not read the initial post.
If you read through the text of the initial post of this thread, then you will understand why i gave the title of Fountain Pen Revolution in India.
One should be open to improvements and changes happening & not just be guided by past experience. Experiences are good guidepost in a situation where conditions remain same. But where changes are happening for better - to deny those is not a good idea.
You speak of bad experience with cheap pens from india. In one of my blog post http://indiapoint.ne...d-fountain-pen/
I have written about my bad experience with an Indian FP that is considered high end !
But if changes are happening for better, then those positive changes and improvements should be acknowledged.
Edited by a_m, 18 July 2014 - 21:41.
I put my savings to test
Lamy & Pilot FPs the Best
No more I even think of the rest
(Preference Fine and Extra Fine Nibs)
Pen is meant for writing - not for looking :-)