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A Smug Dill posted a gallery image in FPN Image Albums
From the album: Nib comparisonsIn my opinion, the F nibs on my two Monteverde Monza are far superior to that on my Jinhao 992, and I don't begrudge having paid about £12.50 for each of the Monza, which have yet to let me down in terms of either writing performance or cap seal effectiveness. No cracking of the material, either, as far as I'm aware. Originally posted here:
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Hello guys, Hope all of you are having a lovely day! I've been wanting to experience some Chinese pens and I really liked the design of these two pens. However, in regards of performance, which one would you recommend? If you have any other suggestions, I'd really appreciate your help! )
thespyingdutchman posted a topic in IntroductionsHello! This is technically my second topic, but I only just found out about this introduction forum. I've been pretty active on reddit.com/r/fountainpens (my username is the same as on here) these past couple months, but I thought I'd join this forum as well! I've been using fountain pens since I was 13 I think, but around sometime last year I kind of started collecting more pens. Up to that moment I had written with a cheap (around 3 euros) fountain pen from a Dutch store. That one had been used and abused a lot, so I wanted to buy a new pen. At this point I didn't know much about fountai
OK, so I got my Jinhao 992 work for a while and here's some answers : This following photo show the pen disassembled ; minus the converter ; the nib is in a sleeved unit that screw into the section with an O ring at the nib end, the section itself had an O ring at the part it meets the barrel too. The nib actually suppose to sit an indexed slot in that sleeve, hard to see in the photo but its molded into the the clear sleeve. I've tried, neither my Schmidt #5 nor the #6 nib fits. Nor Hero's common place 26 nib. I had not tried the slim #5 schmidt or Hero's leaf shaped 26 nib but I doubt they