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Jinhao X450 Vs X750


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I have both, and prefer the X750 from an aesthetic perspective but in terms of performance they are near-identical. They are well-proportioned, comfortable to hold, solid and have decent nibs. Quality seems to have improved recently, too, or perhaps I just got lucky. The newer type of converter seems much better.

 

When they work, sub $5 pens like these put some in the $50-150 range to shame. There are duds that fall apart or need work but I have several and most are good enough.

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Yeah, and that's a seller I bought from that sent a regular medium nib. as I said, I don't believe any of them.

Perhaps this can somewhat explain the Broad label.

Comparison here.

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Perhaps this can somewhat explain the Broad label.

Comparison here.

It's a medium, full stop. Also, it is .5, not .7 as advertised. .7 would be even wider.

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I would contact the seller and see what they say. Another Jinhao pen I brought said it had a medium, but when I got it the nib said Fine and turned out that most were sold as fine. Similar to your story I was happy with the pen. The seller thanked me for telling them, but never did check to see if the listing changed. I guess it was done to lure western buyers who are used to mediums

 

Anyway, as to this thread. I prefer the look and feel of the x750. I got one in their marbled red finish and has worked perfectly well and smooth for months.

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I would contact the seller and see what they say. Another Jinhao pen I brought said it had a medium, but when I got it the nib said Fine and turned out that most were sold as fine. Similar to your story I was happy with the pen. The seller thanked me for telling them, but never did check to see if the listing changed. I guess it was done to lure western buyers who are used to mediums

 

Anyway, as to this thread. I prefer the look and feel of the x750. I got one in their marbled red finish and has worked perfectly well and smooth for months.

Thank you all for choosing Jinhao please consider Baoer which is made by the same company and for the price you can buy them for are worthy pens to learn with, should you have any problems with any of these pens all you have to do is post the problem on FPN and someone is bound to help you out,I used to edit the jinhao pages once upon a time and have given lots of their pens the names, can I encourage you to buy my favourite Jinhao which has one of two names,either the Abalone orThe Mother of pearl, this will enhance your Jinhao collection,Trust Me, Oneill

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