Average Customer Review
(4 customer reviews)
3 out of 3 people found the following review helpful
I absolutely love this...
, December 3, 2010
I absolutely love this nib and use it daily to address envelopes and do
lettering. It's very flexible, so if you have a heavy hand it might not be the
nib for you.... it's like night and day between this one and the Nikko G nib.
That one is so stiff.
2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful
Very friendly dip nib...
, August 28, 2010
Very friendly dip nib for a first-time user. Started without a hitch in Higgins
india ink, amazing flex for line width variability. I am super happy with this
nib, and eyeing the blue pumpkin steno with my next purchase!
1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful
I’ve been trying different...
, December 27, 2011
I’ve been trying different nibs for drawing purposes and this one dose a nice
job. It’s got a good range of line widths and can do a pretty fine line for
such a flexible nib. I mostly use Zebra G nibs and this one feels a bit more
flexible so the line quality may be a bit tough to keep consistent at first vs.
a more rigid nib but it works really well if you get used to it.
An agile little nib that...
, January 25, 2013
An agile little nib that puts down a great range of expressive linework and fine
detail, surprisingly ink-conservative (even with wide lines). It's tiny, and
easily fits in a small inkwell or bottle cap for refills.
It also fits the same handle (Tachikawa T-25) as the Zebra G and Brause "Blue
Pumpkin". A great complement for both or either too, as an in-between to the
Zebra's extra-fine abilities and the Pumpkin's more consistent, broad lines.