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Sailor Highace Neo Clear Calligraphy

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#1 Tom Kellie

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Posted 10 January 2019 - 16:13

http://www.asahi.com...1901080053.html

 

~ On 25 January, 2019 Sailor's HighAce Neo Clear Calligraphy pens will be introduced.

 

Nibs in 1.0, 1,5, and 2.0mm widths will offered.

 

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Posted 10 January 2019 - 19:59

The High Ace Neo has just one major flaw: the back end is open, hence you cannot eyedropper it.

Will this be a limited time release, like the Clear Candy?

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Posted 10 January 2019 - 20:37

What does it mean to ink the nib?

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Posted 11 January 2019 - 20:56

The High Ace Neo has just one major flaw: the back end is open, hence you cannot eyedropper it.


That's not a flaw, when the pen model is designed to use cartridges and/or converters for filling. You may see it as a shortcoming that limits the pen's versatility beyond what the designer and manufacturer has intended, but the only flaw in your earlier claim is the logic.

Will this be a limited time release, like the Clear Candy?


Nothing in Sailor's press release document suggests that.

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Posted 12 January 2019 - 09:40

That's not a flaw, when the pen model is designed to use cartridges and/or converters for filling. You may see it as a shortcoming that limits the pen's versatility beyond what the designer and manufacturer has intended, but the only flaw in your earlier claim is the logic.


I don't see the logical flaw here, your disagreement hinges on semantics, not logic.





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