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  1. My wet noodle Waterman 52 has had a crease in the nib developing over the last two years. It always had it to a very small degree but for the last two years it has grown, partly because it's had quite a lot of use. Eventually I'm sure a crack will develop, but until then I'll get my use out of it. I take a kind of wabi-sabi approach to these things which I'm sure will utterly horrify some, but that's an aside - what I mean is that I've started looking at the possibility of a replacement. If I can get a nice wet noodle 52 nib to fit all the better, but I'm not really going to hold my breath on
  2. Newbie here. First off, I just LOVE this forum! I'm fascinated by all the wonderful pools of knowledge about the wide, wonderful world of FP. My question regards flexible nibs. Is it possible that the quality of the flex depends, in part, to the length or weight of the pen being used? For instance, I have two small ring top pens, a Waterman and a Wahl (with a Waterman nib) and they are both flex nibs. But, I don't seem to get the same amount of "flexi-ness" when I write as the larger Watermans I see on ebay all the time. Can I hear from people who have both smaller and average sized
  3. YeOlCaptain

    Question About Richard Binder's Nibs

    Hi all, I have a question of Richard binder's nibs. I wanted to buy a nib for my Pelikan m200, and was wondering if it would have extra flex and all if i were to buy a standard one from his website. Here is a screenshot of what I am looking at.
  4. Poorly documented, largely overlooked The Eversharp Symphony was launched in 1948 and couldn't have had a more auspicious beginning. While the company's previous major model, the Fifth Avenue, had some shortcomings that prevented it from catching on with the public, the company hoped to reproduce some of the success enjoyed by the iconic Skyline model which had achieved sales superiority in the mid 1940s. The Skyline had been designed by famous industrial designer Henry Dreyfuss, and for the Symphony the company went to another famous consumer-goods designer, Raymond Loewy. The first generatio
  5. Hello from the piedmont region of South Carolina, where this afternoon we had several tornado warnings, but no tornados. I've been a handweaver for 45+ years, and recently started making handbound blank journals as a way of using up some of my stash of handwoven fabrics on the covers. Then I began drawing in the journals, and bought a few fountain pens, and started collecting interesting inks to draw with, and one thing led to another. . . My favorite writing pens are my Lamys, but I just got a Creaper with flexible nib for drawing. I like to use Noodler's Lexington Gray for line drawings, and





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