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Falcon Sf V. E95S F

pilot falcon e95s nib comparison

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#1 angryrice87

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Posted 20 November 2016 - 03:40

I'm eyeing the Pilot Falcon (soft-fine nib) as my next fountain pen purchase, but $150 is quite an investment for something I won't get to try beforehand. I love the classic look of the body, and the unique design of the nib. 

 

I already own a Pilot E95S with fine nib, which I absolutely adore and is the second-smoothest writer I own. I've heard that the Falcon SF can be rather scratchy, and I'm looking for a fairly smooth writing experience with not too much feedback. If the Falcon SF writes like the E95S F, I'd jump on it in a heartbeat.

 

Anyone know how the Falcon SF compares to the E95S fine nib?



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#2 langere

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Posted 20 November 2016 - 04:26

I do not know the E95S, but I have found that my Falcon writes incredibly smoothly.  It' a S-M.

 

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Lorelei 667 "F" nib running Diamine Autumn Oak

Montegrappa Silver Mule "M" nib running PR Gray Flannel

Santini Italia Libra "F' nib running DC Supershow Blue

 

 


#3 Bluey

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Posted 20 November 2016 - 19:49

I would suggest the Falcon SM as it feels like a softer Pilot Elite 95s in medium. I don't think the Falcon SF will give you the smoothness you want.


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