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Reduce Inkflow In Mitsubishi Ub157

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#1 averagefountainpenuser

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Posted 14 October 2019 - 13:01

Hi

 

Sometimes I have to use a non-fountain pen so I have a Mitsubishi UB157 rollerball and a Pilot G2. While the ink is great, the point is not exactly small so I have to write very fast to avoid that my letters get tangles together. Is there a way to reduce inkflow on these rollerballs so I can write a bit smaller?



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#2 hari317

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Posted 15 October 2019 - 02:02

You can try using a smaller point version like the UB150 or the UB 185S
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