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Asa - I Can - Fountain Pen Review


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Hello fellow FPN members

Please find my review of ASA I Can below.

ASA I.Can

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A well written review and beautiful cursive handwriting. Good mix of inks. I've been using a mix of Bril Blue and Black, will try your camlin black and red combination - your color looks quite good. I wonder if a mix of green and red would result in some nice shade of orange..

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  • 2 months later...

I'm a little late to this thread, but I wanted to thank you for the comparison with the Advocate.

 

I have an I Can in mottled green on the way that I intend to fill with Diamine Salamander.

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Hi Rakshit,

 

Compliments on your excellent review and thank you for going out of your way in procuring and sending across the Deccan Advocate pen for me. it was your review that generated my interest in these two models and thanks to your help I would soon have both of them.

 

Regards,

 

Prithwijit

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Excellent review. Please also review the performance of stock nib

Stock nib is wality which isnt great but it's ok . For better performance you can opt for Kanwrite nibs they are very good , also you can always ask subbu Anna to modify the section to take jowo to Schmidt nib units ..

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Stock nib is wality which isnt great but it's ok . For better performance you can opt for Kanwrite nibs they are very good , also you can always ask subbu Anna to modify the section to take jowo to Schmidt nib units ..

I can has unbranded chrome finish IPG no 6 nib by default, not Wality / Airmail nib. It is large in size and way better than Wality nib. And yes kanwrite nibs are good upgrade. Kanwrite nibs are not too costly so Subbu Anna should consider them as default nibs and make pens better.

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