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My First Esterbrook From My First Pen Meet!

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#21 PaFitch

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Posted 06 November 2014 - 03:40

The 9968 renew point was a good purchase in itself. Mine writes smooth and nicely wet (it can easily bleed through some kinds of paper).



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#22 siopaopei

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Posted 06 November 2014 - 06:24

That is a stunning pen and I love the nib too. So are you using it, do you love it?

 

Yes, i use the pen as one of my daily carries. :) It's a reliable writer. 

 

The 9968 renew point was a good purchase in itself. Mine writes smooth and nicely wet (it can easily bleed through some kinds of paper).

 

That's true, it's a very wet writer. i love using lighter-colored ink on it because it lays down a generous line of ink. :)







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