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So I did a search and didn't find info about one parameter I care about a lot: does this nib write wet, so ink comes out saturated, or does it write more dry, so inks look lighter? My preference depends on the ink, I like Tsuyu Kusa in a wet pen but Kon Peki and Verdigris in a dry pen.

 

Second related question: does ink tend to come out consistently or does it shade?

 

 

"The trouble with the world is that the stupid are cocksure and the intelligent are full of doubt."

 

B. Russell

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I have the WA nib on a Pilot Custom 823 which I purchased from Tokyo Quill. I believe they do a thorough check before shipping. Having said that, the nib writes about 6-7 wetness for me on a scales of 10. I believe the shading depends on the ink you use.

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I have the WA nib on a Pilot Custom 823 which I purchased from Tokyo Quill. I believe they do a thorough check before shipping. Having said that, the nib writes about 6-7 wetness for me on a scales of 10. I believe the shading depends on the ink you use.

 

Thank you!

"The trouble with the world is that the stupid are cocksure and the intelligent are full of doubt."

 

B. Russell

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