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My First Video - Writing Sample Of The Jinhao X750



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Hello ,

Decided today to upload my first pen related video to Youtube ( Please watch in HD).

 

It's a writing sample of the Jinhao X750 pen, am using Pelikan's 4001 Brilliant Green ink.

 

So, what do you think ? (next video will be with audio and in English, although it's not gonna be easy since my native language is Hebrew :D )

 

 

ttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iyxVVbGtdhg

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טוב מאוד / Very cool! That ink seems to have some nice shading. I have an X750 arriving today or tomorrow.

 

Since your native language is Hebrew, you might consider including that in your writing sample. Some of us are interested in how fountain pens work with right-to-left languages (in my case, Arabic, and I've never had a problem, altho now that I'm retired, I do very little writing in Arabic)

Until you ink a pen, it is merely a pretty stick. --UK Mike

 

My arsenal, in order of acquisition: Sailor 21 Pocket Pen M, Cross Solo M, Online Calligraphy, Monteverde Invincia F, Hero 359 M, Jinhao X450 M, Levenger True Writer M, Jinhao 159 M, Platinum Balance F, TWSBI Classic 1.1 stub, Platinum Preppy 0.3 F, 7 Pilot Varsity M disposables refillables, Speedball penholder, TWSBI 580 USA EF, Pilot MR, Noodler's Ahab 1.1 stub, another Preppy 0.3, Preppy EF 0.2, ASA Sniper F, Click Majestic F, Kaweco Sport M, Pilot Prera F, Baoer 79 M (fake Starwalker), Hero 616 M (fake Parker), Jinhao X750 Shimmering Sands M . . .

31 and counting :D

 

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Mine did come in today. I inked it up from the new bottle of Noodler's Black Swan in Austrailian Roses, and after writing the "load-prime" ink out of the feed, it still writes a nice wet line. I also left it uncapped for a couple minutes, and it started right up when I resumed.

Until you ink a pen, it is merely a pretty stick. --UK Mike

 

My arsenal, in order of acquisition: Sailor 21 Pocket Pen M, Cross Solo M, Online Calligraphy, Monteverde Invincia F, Hero 359 M, Jinhao X450 M, Levenger True Writer M, Jinhao 159 M, Platinum Balance F, TWSBI Classic 1.1 stub, Platinum Preppy 0.3 F, 7 Pilot Varsity M disposables refillables, Speedball penholder, TWSBI 580 USA EF, Pilot MR, Noodler's Ahab 1.1 stub, another Preppy 0.3, Preppy EF 0.2, ASA Sniper F, Click Majestic F, Kaweco Sport M, Pilot Prera F, Baoer 79 M (fake Starwalker), Hero 616 M (fake Parker), Jinhao X750 Shimmering Sands M . . .

31 and counting :D

 

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Good job! Keep it up and post more stuffs :)

 

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טוב מאוד / Very cool! That ink seems to have some nice shading. I have an X750 arriving today or tomorrow.

 

Since your native language is Hebrew, you might consider including that in your writing sample. Some of us are interested in how fountain pens work with right-to-left languages (in my case, Arabic, and I've never had a problem, altho now that I'm retired, I do very little writing in Arabic)

שלום !

Will definatly write in Hebrew next time, thanks for the tip :)

Nice! I like how wet it writes...and Pelikan is a dry ink. Did you have to adjust the nib or feed in any way to get such a generous ink flow?

I didn't adjust the nib or the feed.

 

BTW -

Bought "Pelikan's 4001 Blue Black" ink, and it doesn't go well

with the Jinhao 599A - writes very dry and not consistent . Other Pelikan inks like

the Royal Blue - are extremely nice with the same pen.

 

Mine did come in today. I inked it up from the new bottle of Noodler's Black Swan in Austrailian Roses, and after writing the "load-prime" ink out of the feed, it still writes a nice wet line. I also left it uncapped for a couple minutes, and it started right up when I resumed.

I really like this pen - no problems at all, and great value for the price (less than 5$ shipped).

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