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The Gama Ebonite Junior


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I thought it would a good idea if I wrote the review and posted the picture. I remember another member do this although I don't remember his name, I liked the concept.

 

Cheers. I used an online picture optimizer to get a smaller size. Let me know if anyone wants a high quality picture.

 

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Hi Arun/Nura, :W2FPN:

 

Thanks for the review. how fat is this pen and does it share the same nib as the Gama supreme for example?

 

BTW I used to know one Arun who was also called nura. :)

 

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Hi hari,

 

I used the palyndrome just for kicks. The pen is smaller and thinner than the supreme. The section is slightly thicker than the section of advocate and shorter than it.

 

The nib seems to be the same stock nib as supreme. Although I must confess I went through two pieces of this pen, tried them out, checked the nib myself before buying this one.

 

Im planning on putting a stub nib on this one. Lets see how that goes. Any suggestions?

 

Regards,

Arun.

 

PS: Your review was my first introduction to deccan pens. Thanks.

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Hi hari,

 

I used the palyndrome just for kicks. The pen is smaller and thinner than the supreme. The section is slightly thicker than the section of advocate and shorter than it.

 

The nib seems to be the same stock nib as supreme. Although I must confess I went through two pieces of this pen, tried them out, checked the nib myself before buying this one.

 

Im planning on putting a stub nib on this one. Lets see how that goes. Any suggestions?

 

Regards,

Arun.

 

PS: Your review was my first introduction to deccan pens. Thanks.

 

buying in person is a very good idea, the shop can then tune the nib to your liking and they will also fill the pen with your favorite color(as long as it is bue/red/green :) ), Pratap told me that.

 

Stub nib? i know of no source locally for the big sized nibs.

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Nice review. The dual bands look classy.

Ebonite FPs are really smooth feel on fingers, and feels great to hold and write.

I put my savings to test

Lamy & Pilot FPs the Best

No more I even think of the rest

(Preference Fine and Extra Fine Nibs)

Pen is meant for writing - not for looking :-)

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buying in person is a very good idea, the shop can then tune the nib to your liking and they will also fill the pen with your favorite color(as long as it is bue/red/green :) ), Pratap told me that.

 

Stub nib? i know of no source locally for the big sized nibs.

Speaking of broad nibs. My wife managed to snag an italic from gem and co. Inexpensive. Uploaded a few pics.

https://www.fountainpennetwork.com/forum/index.php/topic/259704-gama-italix/

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Nice review. The dual bands look classy.

Ebonite FPs are really smooth feel on fingers, and feels great to hold and write.

Agreed about the feel. Using ebonite also means that a pen of this size is not too heavy even when inked up.

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