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I Have Committed A Great Sin: Bought A Pilot Vanishing Point


Sallent
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I'm still not hearing any reason for you not to proceed with requesting an exchange. You even have two pens with the same nib type and width, so it isn't like you'd have to do without a pen you need/want to use for an unreasonably long time.

 

If what you really want is to fix it yourself, then have a go with the understanding that you're taking a risk.

 

If you want a no-risk solution, ask for an exchange, with the understanding that you can't have instant gratification or use it as a learning experience.

 

Pick one. How difficult is that?

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I requested for an exchange. Meanwhile, I will continue to write with the extra fine VP that feels scratchy hoping that it will smooth out with my writing. I noticed that the degree and level of scratchiness differs depending on what type of paper that I use. It's more scratchy with composition paper than it is with the paper/invoices that I get in the mail for my bills. I've noticed the extra fine nib feels a little bit smoother and less scratchy on the type of paper that is used to print out certain bills like medical bills which I get in the mail. I don't know why.

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