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Looks like a new model. At least, I wasn't aware of it.

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Unfortunately, another small nib, possibly another branded Schmidt FH-241 with a K1 converter.
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Hard to see finial ?
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Liking the brown / copper finish. Similar to the 823, the color of the body makes the gold trims less pronounced in my opinion.

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VillersCotterets

delta unica style pen

Yes. It reminds me also of the shape of the Monteverde Giant Sequoia.

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VillersCotterets

Found a promotional photograph showing the finial:

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Yes. It reminds me also of the shape of the Monteverde Giant Sequoia.

Oh yeah....

I have not seen that in person... But I guess but that's the larger version of these

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Just received my green one today. The color scheme reminds me of the green urushi from Nakaya. I ordered it after watching chrisrap52s review on YT. It is exactly as he described. Pretty stunned by the finish of the pen. Performance is exactly what you would expect of a smooth Chinese EF - nail.

 

I swapped in a FPR flex nib. It fits, but starvation came in after 1/3 page. If anyone had success with other more interesting nibs please share your experience.

 

At $20, this pen is a great deal. I am thinking about getting the brown one as well! Bought it through Bobby at his Etsy store. I noticed that other vendors are now charging $35 for it.

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AidenMark

Also got mine from Bobby at Etsy.

 

I swapped in a FPR flex nib. It fits, but starvation came in after 1/3 page. If anyone had success with other more interesting nibs please share your experience.

 

It came with an additional Fuliwen M nib. What a transformation! For 1/2 a page I thought I had just about the perfect pen. Then it stopped writing.

 

I can't really get on with the EF nail. If anyone finds a medium nib or nib-unit that fits and doesn't die of starvation every half page, I would love to know.

 

Rumour has it that the Delike #5 nib-units fit it but I haven't been able to get hold of one

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