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Which pen give you the best writing feedback? Famous examples, Aurora :lticaptd:

 

I am talking about pleasant feedback :yikes:

 

Looking forward to all your replies :wub: :wub: :wub:

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I have a Parker 51 Vac that I bought from someone who had had it tuned by a nibmeister. He asked for it to be smooth with some feedback. No other pen in my collection writes quite like that one. It's my go to pen for lectures and conferences.

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Lyander0012

A specialty nib has my vote: though the feel varies on account of this being a hand-finished nib, the Naginata Togi nib on Sailor pens are often described as having the same feedback as a very fine grit (not sure if that's the right word for it) pencil. Now, as I grew up using a mechanical pencil for notes and exams when I could (always hated having to press down hard on ballpoints), the Naginata nibs sounded like the obvious choice for me. And so I got one last November. While it isn't as smooth as some of my German pens, it gets the most use of any in my collection. I freaking love the feedback!

 

 

Cheers!

Kevin

 

 

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Nakaya cigar with elastic flexible F nib on Lalo coton paper

pretty cool, I have a medium soft nib, is it the same as your ?

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A Montblanc Danish made 204. Some flex and the perfect amount of feedback. The nib just sings across the page.

" Gladly would he learn and gladly teach" G. Chaucer

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Among stock nibs - Aurora 88, Onoto Magna and Omas Milord.

True bliss: knowing that the guy next to you is suffering more than you are.

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A Montblanc Danish made 204. Some flex and the perfect amount of feedback. The nib just sings across the page.

What about your montblanc heritage 1912 ? Thinking of getting one

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The Aurora Optima is my choice for a wicked good writing experience. Another nib I adore for it's tooth is on my TWSBI Mini Classic.

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My Sailor music nib. It's smooth, but not. It sounds like a felt tip pen when you hold it like a music nib should be held, which always makes me smile inside.

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What about your montblanc heritage 1912 ? Thinking of getting one

Yes, there is a little feedback with my Heritage. It is a fine nib and writes wonderfully. The nib is springy and soft.

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Lou Erickson

I just got an Aurora 88, and I now understand what people are talking about. Lots of feedback, but not the "my nib is stuck" that a bad nib fees. It's almost pencily feeling. Except, you know, semi-flex.

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