Noodler’s indeed sells this pen in the US under its own name as the Nib Creaper model. I do have one. Since the video review you posted was pretty thorough, I don’t have any photos to add. I’ll just say that, despite being a very cheap pen, it is one of my favorites. This is coming from a guy with three Montblanc 149s. Like the reviewer says, it is indeed extremely versatile and functional, great for experimenting on. The nib is very rugged. Since I have never spring a nib before, I TRIED to spring this nib and couldn’t. (Replacement nibs can be had for a few dollars. Note well that physical strength is not one of my selling points.)
It has a hardy vintage vibe that I really like. Think of the pen a blue-collar sort might have peeking out of his shirt pocket in the early Fifties, sleeves rolled up and working. Then again, I’m 25 and have never labored a day in my life, so I probably have no idea what I’m talking about. But I like the pen!
On the downside, the “fit and finish” is obviously poor. In particular, the clip keeps trying to unscrew itself. I guess a dab of adhesive could fix that, though. The nib will flex wide, but takes a LOT of pressure. The material is interesting. I really like it. It has sort of a waxy feel, and a distinct smell that over several years has subsided but not vanished. Some have complained about the smell, but I actually find it quite pleasant. I’m afraid my olfactory vocabulary utterly fails me when I try to describe it. Sorry. There also seems to be a lot of inconsistency. Mine worked great out of the box, but many people have reported that theirs took a lot of tinkering. If you think pen tinkering is fun, that might actually be a selling point, and the pen is, after all, easy to tinker with.
In short, I highly recommend this pen. It’s so cheap and so useful, there is no reason not to have at least one.