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Paul_LZ

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On 6/19/2022 at 11:20 AM, DvdRiet said:

 

To be completely fair, I do have to admit that it didn't become *really* interesting until I also started getting other nib sizes than the standard M that I was used to (and which quickly became quite boring) and then seeing how they worked with different types of ink. :) 

 

On 6/29/2022 at 4:57 AM, arcfide said:

If you were going for some of the less popular grinds that are available from MB, then I'd say that they offer a range that you can't find easily in other makes from the factory. For an F nib, I think you're going to get an excellent nib, but I can't speak to those nibs at all in terms of exactly how they will write compared to the competition. I think my reading from others here is that their nibs are less glass smooth than Pelikan or a Lamy 2000 though. 

Yes, my Pelikan M800 was too smooth.

I think that according to some marketing research conducted by electronic notebooks claim that their products have the feel of the feedback a pencil produces when writing on paper. I believe this just shows that we good to feel this contact, at least I do

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