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  1. For a while now, I have had my eye on both of those pens. I've read reviews about both, but none of which help... I write unposted to start. I understand both are indeed small, that isn't really an issue though considering I write with my Scheaffer Craftsman (Thanks again Matt!) unposted. And That pen is considerably small. I will not take any nibs larger than a fine. I write too small and all nibs larger than fine, make my handwriting unreadable. So, what is the better pen to invest into? What has a smoother nib? A nicer feel in the hand? Any help is appreciated. And thank you all for taking
  2. Edison Pens have always remained in the periphery as far as my pen addiction is concerned. To me, the idea of a "custom pen" (and the associated price point) always raised questions such as "Why don't I buy an expensive German/Italian/Urushi/vintage pen instead?". There's a whole lot more that goes into buying a custom Edison pen than just walking into a shop (or browsing an online store) and using your credit card. And that's what makes this different, and special. Many of you have already gone through this with Brian at Edison Pens (and enjoyed it) - with a custom pen, you first choose t
  3. Some pics of the pen, then the handwritten review followed by the text in case you can't read my writing. Also I was writing from the back of the book towards the front, so keep that in mind Fountain Pen Review — Edison Beaumont pneumatic-filler First Impressions Whenever you get a new pen it's always an exciting moment. Even more so when you have never actually held the pen or even really seen it until it arrives in your mailbox. This is part of the experience of ordering a custom=made pen from Brian Gray at Edison Pen Company. The pen I ordered was a B

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