Although I'm almost sure this has been discussed previously, I couldn't find the exact answer and furthermore, in some reviews I see conflicting claims. Hence I opened this discussion to try and clarify things for myself.
The question is: is the bulkfiller system in Conid pens similar to Visconti or other power fillers in what concerns the "secondary ink chamber"? I mean, will the ink flow stop if, when writing, one keeps the rod fully screwed in? Must the user unscrew the knob a little bit to let ink flow, as in the case of Visconti power fillers, eyedroppers and others that have a sealing mechanism? Or is it more similar to a regular piston filling system from this point of view?
I am considering ordering a Conid Kingsize and only recently started looking up reviews and I even heard Stephen Brown mentioning "the secondary ink chamber" and the seal the rod creates if fully screwed in.
Thank you for your attention! Happy holidays and an excellent 2019 for all!