I recently exhanged the nib in my Kaigelu 316 pen
with a Titanium Bock nib from Beaufort Ink (UK).
The new nib is quite wet, feels very bouncy on the paper,
is somewhat feebbacky but pleasantly so,
and can write semi-flexy when little pressure is applied.
For regular writing, it feels like driving a car with
super soft suspension (shock-absorbers).
Makes going back to nail stiff steel nibs
very difficult indeed.
- line variation,
- cushioning effect the springy nib gives.
- ''gas guzzler'' meaning it uses a lot of ink,
compared to a regular EF nib.
I wanted to try it for a long time,
I do not regret buying it!
There are a lot of nibs that
can be tried on the Kaigelu 316.
It is a beautiful pen!
Ink is Waterman Harmonious Green.
Edited by Frank66, 06 December 2016 - 12:55.