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The New Estie: Can It Be A Wet Writer?


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#1 MTHALL720

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Posted 07 August 2019 - 02:00

My Eternal quest is always for a pen/nib that is a wet writer and doesn't dry out easily.  If anyone here has purchased of the new modern Esties can you tell me if a medium or broad nibbed one was a fairly wet writer out of the box?

 

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#2 corgicoupe

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Posted 07 August 2019 - 02:10

My Fine was a wet writer, so wet that I opted to buy an Extra Fine.


Baptiste knew how to make a short job long

For love of it. And yet not waste time either.

                                                         Robert Frost


#3 YPwalt

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Posted 24 August 2019 - 20:10

Just picked up a med......wetter than some broads I've had, but I love it








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