This pen isn’t too different from the Kaweco Sort. But I purchased it for the double broad nib.
The Schmidt Technology Intrinsic fountain pen is one of those pens that I shouldn’t like. It doesn’t tick very many of my boxes, but I really like it. It’s a broad nib pen with a Schmidt nib. My guess is that Schmidt is making pens for their nibs. It’s a bit slender, and it has
I review the Pilot Custom 74 fountain pen. This one has a nice lavender/purple finish. The broad nib shows off the ink I used beautifully. Because of this pen, Montegrappa Bourdeaux is one of my favorite inks. However, in this review I used Noodler’s Ottoman Rose, another one of my favorites. It is a smooth
So this was my first expensive disappointment: the Delta Serena. It’s attractive. I was told the brand writes very wet, but it honestly didn’t for me. Moreover, it has a tendency to just stop writing and then I have to go to battle with it to get it to start writing again. I also think
I review the TWSBI 580 (B) which is the successor to my very cracked TWSBI 540. Mostly it is an improvement over the older model. However, I was underwhelmed by the nib. I liked it on another 580, so I think I got a bad one. Just too much skipping, even after lots of cleaning.
While I have reviewed the Lamy 2000 before, I felt that the broad nib was sufficiently different that it deserved its own review. It has all the good characteristics of its fine nib brother. The broader nib is broad, but it has a definite sweet spot because it has some stub characteristics. Writing produced by
I have reviewed the Noodler’s flex nibs before, so in this review of the resin model of the Noodler’s Konrad, I try out the Noodler’s non-flex nibs. I appreciate the good price on these nibs. They are decent nibs, but there are better nibs for this pen. As for the pen itself, I like it,