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Then don't click on the link, limesally. I was feeling the same way until I saw the other pictures and I just fell in love with the cool purples, blues, and grays. I can't wait to see when Jetpens gets these in!

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It seems they are limited edition. But don't know they are limited to how many...

http://i250.photobucket.com/albums/gg241/pensforfun/ultraman.jpg
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Off to find one.... ok two... ohh who am I kidding I need atleast 4.

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http://clipart.usscouts.org/library/BSA_Character_Counts/thumbnails/cub_scouts_char_counts_co.giffpn_1364474496__woundedwarriorlogo03.jpg

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Does anybody have any other information about these? nib sizes for instance or are they going to be all medium as in the standard Prera and Knight pens?

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ok from my understanding of the webpage, the converter is built in, so that means a bit more pricey than the Prera.

 

But from the photo it looks like it comes in fine and medium.

A gentleman is one who puts more into the world than he takes out.

 

http://clipart.usscouts.org/library/BSA_Character_Counts/thumbnails/cub_scouts_char_counts_co.giffpn_1364474496__woundedwarriorlogo03.jpg

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Oh dear...I want one now. I'm partial to demonstrators and I love Pilot F nibs. And there's just so many different colours to choose from!

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The ten transparent colors in the two pictures in the middle of the page are medium nibs, and the fifteen solid colors at the bottom of the page are fine nibs.

 

(Twenty-five different versions? Are they trying to kill us?)

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oops... just click that blog... and found some new bottles for the Iroshizhku Limited Editon...

http://nyuge3.cocolog-nifty.com/nyuge/2010/10/post-8508.html

yeah from what I can understand it comes in a 3 color set, so smaller bottles, but retail around 40 USD plus whatever additional the importer decides to put on it. I have a feeling we will not see these State side.

A gentleman is one who puts more into the world than he takes out.

 

http://clipart.usscouts.org/library/BSA_Character_Counts/thumbnails/cub_scouts_char_counts_co.giffpn_1364474496__woundedwarriorlogo03.jpg

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So, to those of you who read Japanese: are these pens meant to match the ink colors in the Iroshizuku line?

That is what it appears to be, but I can only fumble my way through it. I would have to defer to those more fluent...

A gentleman is one who puts more into the world than he takes out.

 

http://clipart.usscouts.org/library/BSA_Character_Counts/thumbnails/cub_scouts_char_counts_co.giffpn_1364474496__woundedwarriorlogo03.jpg

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The name of the limited edition model (Iroai) shares the first two characters of Iroshizuku, so you're presumably supposed to associate one with the other, but the vast majority of the colors have much more prosaic names. (Two of the fine nib colors do happen to share names with Iroshizuku colors, though.)

 

Medium nib colors: red, orange, light green, pink, light blue, peacock green, blue, blue-black, violet, black

 

Fine nib colors: pink, dark red, yamabudou (wild grape), yellow, yamabuki (a kind of golden yellow flower -- don't know what it's English name is), sky blue, turquoise blue, dark green, light green, yamaguri (wild chestnut), royal blue, dark blue, white, slate gray, black

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Then don't click on the link, limesally. I was feeling the same way until I saw the other pictures and I just fell in love with the cool purples, blues, and grays. I can't wait to see when Jetpens gets these in!

 

Too late! I looked. Hopefully people here will get them, review them, and say "these are cheap, chintzy, horrible and scratchy and will make even Iroshizuki ink look like dishwater scraped on toilet paper with a toothpick." Yeah. That's the ticket.

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Then don't click on the link, limesally. I was feeling the same way until I saw the other pictures and I just fell in love with the cool purples, blues, and grays. I can't wait to see when Jetpens gets these in!

 

Too late! I looked. Hopefully people here will get them, review them, and say "these are cheap, chintzy, horrible and scratchy and will make even Iroshizuki ink look like dishwater scraped on toilet paper with a toothpick." Yeah. That's the ticket.

 

Pilot makes a nice steel nib. So far they are the most consistent steel nibs I have used. I have several Prera's and Plumnix and they all write consistently the same in wetness and line width. I think even more so than the 74 and better lines.

A gentleman is one who puts more into the world than he takes out.

 

http://clipart.usscouts.org/library/BSA_Character_Counts/thumbnails/cub_scouts_char_counts_co.giffpn_1364474496__woundedwarriorlogo03.jpg

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