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Kaweco Fountain Pen Replacement Nib 060 - Stainless Steel - Extra Fine

Kaweco Fountain Pen Replacement Nib 060 - Stainless Steel - Extra Fine

$13.50
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3.0 (3 reviews)
DescriptionSpecificationsQuestions & Answers
This stainless steel replacement nib unit is compatible with the fountain pens listed under Compatible Products. To replace the nib of any compatible pen except the Kaweco Calligraphy, Classic Sport, Ice Sport, and Skyline Sport, use your fingertips to grip the top of the old nib and the feed of your pen and unscrew the entire nib unit from the grip section. Grip the nib and feed of the replacement nib unit and screw it into the grip section until it is tight.

To replace the nib of a Kaweco Calligraphy, Classic Sport, Ice Sport, or Skyline Sport, use your fingertips to grip the top of the old nib and the feed of your pen and pull them straight out from the grip section of the pen. Then, pull the replacement nib and feed out of the plastic collar and insert them into the pen's grip section.

Do not grip the nib by its sides, as this can damage the nib.


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Customer Reviews

I broke my pen on accident...
March 25, 2016
Verified Purchase
I broke my pen on accident replacing this. READ Jetpens INSTRUCTIONS, not other sources. You have to remove the new nib from the collar, then place in the new collar. Even though the collar has screw threads, you don't screw it into anything.

I thought I had to unscrew the collar from the pen, but it turns out only pull the nib out (friction fit). The new nib and collar should be separated the nib inserted, but I tried to get the old collar out (I bet it's glued in) and I stripped the plastic. Now the cartidge hangs loose and falls off. Now my Skyline Sport is unusable and I am frustrated.
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This is entirely a matter...
November 11, 2015
Verified Purchase
This is entirely a matter of personal preference, but I found the Extra-Fine to be too scratchy. I reverted back to my Fine nib, which produces a gorgeous wet line, when paired with J. Herbin Eclat de Saphir cartridges.
robertrazavi
Great little nib. Nice...
October 20, 2014
Verified Purchase
Great little nib. Nice consistent flow & nib & I see why Kaweco's EF nibs are lauded.
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