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Review Of A Twsbi Vac 700 With A Vac 20 Travel Inkwell



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Great review of a Great Pen. Thank you.

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Terrific review and great photos. Thank you.

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Great review of a Great Pen. Thank you.

Thanks a lot fistrider :)

Have fun with your TWSBIs

 

Terrific review and great photos. Thank you.

 

Thank you so much Amber :)

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Thanks for a great review! It made me consider the Vac700, and I am particularly glad to see your glowing assessment of writing performance. It seems like a fantastic pen.

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Thanks for a great review! It made me consider the Vac700, and I am particularly glad to see your glowing assessment of writing performance. It seems like a fantastic pen.

Thank you akustyk..Happy that the review helped you in your decision :)

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Update: One week later, the replacement mechanism arrived, and there is no leakage of ink from the opening of the filler collar now. Awesome customer service, TWSBI team! The VAC gets the new mechanism. (The defective one beside the pen)

 

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For another example of excellent TWSBI service, see my recent post on a problem I was having with the vacuum seal of my Vac700.

(Spoiler: TWSBI responded in near-real-time to my e-mailed query, and the problem was easily-solved - I was used to standard piston pens, so had used much less lubricant than needed.)

 

Great review, BTW.

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Great review! I am hoping to purchase one when I visit Taiwan later this month.

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For another example of excellent TWSBI service, see my recent post on a problem I was having with the vacuum seal of my Vac700.

(Spoiler: TWSBI responded in near-real-time to my e-mailed query, and the problem was easily-solved - I was used to standard piston pens, so had used much less lubricant than needed.)

 

Great review, BTW.

 

Thank you stephanos :), Philip & team are indeed excellent

Happy that this issue has been resolved.

 

Great review! I am hoping to purchase one when I visit Taiwan later this month.

 

Thank you Deborah :)

All the best!!

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Incredible review. Thank you. I have had good success filling my Vac 700 with a Visconti Traveling Inkpot which you could use with the Pilot 823.

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Incredible review. Thank you. I have had good success filling my Vac 700 with a Visconti Traveling Inkpot which you could use with the Pilot 823.

Thanks Overwriter. Also for sharing the info regarding Visconti Travel inkpot :)

Now I am enjoying a Ti nib mod on the VAC700 btw :happy:

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Is it significantly springier than the nib on the 580?

Not significantly, my guess is that, it's springier because of the bigger nib size narrow shape.

However a Titanium #6 nib is way more springier :D, if that's what you are looking for.

 

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