Posted 30 August 2019 - 01:33
I just received an M800 Fine from Cult Pens that has an awful rough spot.
If it's so awful and/or rough to the point of being considered defective, surely Cult Pens will cover the return shipping for the exchange? Have you contacted Cult Pens, shown its staff photos of the nib and perhaps writing samples (and/or resulting damage to the paper surface), and see what they say?
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