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How About Click Majestic Fountain Pen?


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#1 Pichak

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Posted 07 February 2017 - 02:44

I saw a Click Majestic fountain pen on eBay. It is a non expensive piston filler pen. But I saw Mr. Sbrebrown reviews on Romus Majestic and said it is a very dry and the ink will not feed after write around half page. For me Click Majestic and Romus Majestic is look very similar so I want to know that is Click Majestic is a good fountain pen?



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Posted 07 February 2017 - 04:40

Pichak,

 

If I am not greatly mistaken, the Click and Romus are quite similar. The couple of Romus demonstrators I bought both ran a bit dry, but a bit of careful tuning up had turned them into glassy smooth and wet writers. In other words, the Romus has a high headroom for tuning and can be a very satisfying pen, and I do not think the Click would be any difference.


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#3 Pichak

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Posted 07 February 2017 - 04:57

Seele,

 

Thank you very much. I think I will try it. At least I can use it for learn how to turn up the nip.



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Posted 07 February 2017 - 17:49

I've got many Clicks and they're all easy to tune or very good out of the box (or plastic sleeve, as the case may be). I have both eyedroppers and piston filled, and like them all. On occasion I've had to deepen a feed channel or two, but it is easy to do (be careful you don't overdo it!) in order to get the pen to write a bit wetter.


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