I bought one of these from an eclectic art supply warehouse a while back --
always tempted to try out disposable fountain pens. Using it for the first time,
I was incredibly surprised by just how thin the nib is -- It's EXTREMELY thin,
as well as incredibly sharp. The ink is a nice, dark black that doesn't bleed,
even in Moleskine notebooks (mostly due the the line thickness, I'd imagine).
The only drawback, is that it skips to a degree when writing or drawing too
swiftly. However, when using it at an adjusted speed, the ink flows well enough.
Not recommended for writing on thin paper, though -- the sharp nib will most
likely tear through. A pen I will definitely be buying refills for.
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