Recently I found one of my fountain pen could be installed with a dip pen nib, so I quickly grabbed a compatible nib and try it.
It really works like a charm
But it's an eyedropper pen, I want a more easy fill mechanism, then I go to the internet and see if I can find a pen with the same nib & and feed but with piston fill mechanism.
At last, I found it in an India internet pen shop.
Due to some of my friends also want to buy this pen, I was going to buy about 20 pens from him and started a price negotiation.
During price negotiation, I found an interesting flex nib in his pen shop.
The left one is the kanwrite flex pen nib (pretty similar to noodler's or FPR nib), the right one is the interesting flex nib I found in his shop. It looks pretty like a vintage nib.
Because I was buying 20 pens from him, after negotiation, the shop owner agreed to replace the original nib with this pretty flex nib without extra charge.
After 2 weeks waiting, finally I got my pens, but how this beautiful nib performs ? Let the video tells
It writes very smooth and the nib is even softer then some semi to medium flex vintage pen !!!
And believe it or not, this pen only cost me lesser than 15 USD dollars include the shipping !!!
I think this pen is a very very good deal for who was starting learning copperplate writing style, it's soft enough for practicing and cheap enough to avoid afraid of breaking it.