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  1. I bought it on one of my ebay trawls (I think). I have no idea if it has a model number. It certainly feels nicer than the hard triangular section of the Safari and its clones. It is the nearest thing I have seen to a clone of a Lamy Nexx. I believe it came in a 0.5mm nib or a 0.38mm nib that is hooded.
  2. I have a Yiren 566 and it is leaking ink. If left nib downwards for any length of time there is ink in the cap. Are any of the other Lamy clones affected in the same way? This is the third Yiren 566 and all three have had the same issue. The pen is inked with Hero 234 Carbon Black using it's own converter. This ink is somewhat thicker than normal. In the past I have lost a converter of Herbin Lie de The and a Parker cartridge. There has to be air getting in for there to be the slow flow of ink out or else there'd be a vacuum which would stop it. On the present pen I have not tried a Parker car
  3. The Lamy Safari is arguably the most significant fountain pen currently in production. Its popularity is immense, and if you go to any thread even remotely about beginner pens you’ll see its name, or at least the name of its twin the Vista or older brothers the Al-Star or LX. Although it now has its rivals, the Pilot Metropolitan and, to a lesser extent, the TWSBI Eco, the Safari will always hold a special place in the fountain pen world, and was the first fountain pen for countless new enthusiasts. However, this popularity doesn’t bring only good effects. Like any popular pen, or popular i
  4. Hello all. Yiren Bookworm and jinhao 675 are basically the same pen. Or are they? The Yiren is 4 or 5 times the price of the jinhao. Is there any reason for that? Just seller choice, or is there actually a difference in the martial used to make the pen. I understand Yiren claims to use celluloid. Does jinhao clarion the same? Is that really celluloid? Is jinhao not? Hope to hear from you all. I have a Yiren Bookworm coming my way so want to know where it stands.
  5. visvamitra

    Blue - Yiren

    Yiren is chinese producer of fountain pens. They offer also ink in cartridges. I'm not sure whether they produce it or just resell. Anyway I've received their blue ink, so let's take a look at it. http://imageshack.com/a/img537/4672/6MldJb.jpg Drops of ink on kitchen towel http://imageshack.com/a/img903/5508/bc2UAD.jpg Software ID http://imageshack.com/a/img661/5123/1p8XIa.jpg Oxford, kaweco Sport Classic, B http://imageshack.com/a/img538/2434/kisv2D.jpg http://imageshack.com/a/img661/6471/4CxUpN.jpg http://imageshack.com/a/img661/9586/g55Lvk.jpg
  6. Yiren 3156 – Russet Brown version Standard disclaimer first: I received this pen from Kevin at JustWrite Pens (www.JustWrite.com.au), in return for an impartial review. I initially wasn’t going to put up a post about it, because it just didn’t ‘grab’ me – but figured others might benefit from the review regardless, even if it’s not entirely favourable. I’m also doing this because Kevin stressed that he’d rather I didn’t “pull my punches”, by only reviewing the pens I can wholeheartedly recommend. So here it is, the Yiren 3156 – I won’t be scoring this out of 10, just trying to give you a cl
  7. http://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a28/grapefruiit_/IMGP8270_zps5e2c0d08.jpg The Yiren 829 is yet another unbelievably affordable Chinese-made fountain pen that can be purchased on eBay. It set me back $7.20 AUD including postage! My first impressions of this pen? It’s well-built, aesthetically pleasing, a great everyday writing tool – if used mostly at home. The barrel and cap are made of a chromatic-finish charcoal grey metal, with an engraving of gold plum blossoms across the barrel. It’s smaller and more slender than I expected. It feels solid in the hand, yet not overwhelmingly heavy. I





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