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Is there a difference in the written line width between a

 

SUTAB size #15 nib

 

and

 

a SUTAB size #10 nib ?

 

 

same question for a

 

size #15 <Medium> nib

 

and

 

a size #10 <Medium> nib ?

 

 

 

Better still if anyone can post handwritten samples of either or both.

 

Many thanks in advance.

 

 

 

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AFAIK Pilot's nib number 5, 10 and 15 designate only the physical size of the nib unit and have nothing to do with the line width.

I believe this is correct.

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the line variation of the pilot M nibs irrespective of whether its size 3, 5, 10 or 15 remains more or less same

Pilot custom heritage 74 all nibs, 742 Fa and PO nibs, 823 F 92 F,M, 3776 FM,EF,1911F

And all indian pens

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I didn't know that! The answer is sure helpful for all us "newbies". Guess thats why we joined this great organization. Where else would you get this type of information? Now, when I'm ready to buy a Pilot pen I will be much more informed.

Thanks all!

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