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What Indian Pens are you using today.

 

 

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I'm using a Sultan #6, filled with Robert Oster Khaki. I have also inked up a Guider egg with Akkerman (29) hofvijver grijs.post-123717-0-67060100-1483854936_thumb.jpgpost-123717-0-39126200-1483854996_thumb.jpg

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Today I am using Gama Kuyil with Nib swapped with Kanwrite 35 mm Chrome EF nib and Sheaffer NNS feed. It is filled with Daytone Blue- Black ink.

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My new Guider Raja eyedropper with fine nib. Just got some grease so filled up with Heart of Darkness and ready for endless note taking. I have no hesitation in saying this is the best looking pen I own and at £25 shipped a bargain.

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F.P.R. Himalaya - Taj Mahal. 1.0 Stub. Ink - Diamine Burnt Sienna. The pen arrived this afternoon. Nib is smooth. Will be putting it through some paces before commenting. Do like the screw in converter--reminds me of the Monteverde Napa. fpn_1484430695__fprhimalaya.jpg

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F.P.R. Himalaya - Taj Mahal. 1.0 Stub. Ink - Diamine Burnt Sienna. The pen arrived this afternoon. Nib is smooth. Will be putting it through some paces before commenting. Do like the screw in converter--reminds me of the Monteverde Napa. fpn_1484430695__fprhimalaya.jpg

 

F.P.R. Treveni Jr. Acrylic 1.0 stub. Inked with Noodler's Walnut

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How are your stubs? There was an issue some time ago that the FPR stubs (were smooth and all but) looked too close to a Bold/rounded tip with hardly noticeable line variation.

Hero #232 Blue-Black is my Waterman Florida Blue.

 

Your Kilometrage May Vary (#ykmv), a Philippine blawg about ink and fountain pens.

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How are your stubs? There was an issue some time ago that the FPR stubs (were smooth and all but) looked too close to a Bold/rounded tip with hardly noticeable line variation.

 

Personally, I am satisfied with these 1.0 stubs. As noted they are smooth with rounded tips, not like a .true stub. However, they do aid in my 'unremarkable' handwriting. For line variation, I would use a flex nib. You can purchase a flex nib for your FPR pens. Of my Ahabs, only one has a flex nib on it.

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Personally, I am satisfied with these 1.0 stubs. As noted they are smooth with rounded tips, not like a .true stub. However, they do aid in my 'unremarkable' handwriting. For line variation, I would use a flex nib. You can purchase a flex nib for your FPR pens. Of my Ahabs, only one has a flex nib on it.

Thanks! Sadly I'm what they call a "sidewriter" so I can't write with flex nibs. I hope you can post a writing sample of your FPR stubs :)

Hero #232 Blue-Black is my Waterman Florida Blue.

 

Your Kilometrage May Vary (#ykmv), a Philippine blawg about ink and fountain pens.

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