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October 6, 2009
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AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME!!!! I have used pen holders for over 20 years and this is like going from a donkey cart to a rocket!! The comfort, the ease and security of the nib collar and a CAP!!!! Please, Jetpens, you must carry thousands of these!!! For all you comickers our there this is the best nib holder EVER!!!! The rubber collar holding your nib actually gives you a bit more give, easing your hand and giving your lines more expressiveness - without the nib falling out on you! Did I mention the CAP?!!

17 people found this helpful
A lovely penholder, especially...
April 18, 2011
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A lovely penholder, especially for those (like me) who have a heavy hand and a tense grip. The cap is a great addition, enabling me to carry it away from the studio but also to just protect it when not in use. The support for two different-sized nibs is great, though I ended up ordering two holders and I switch back and forth between pen sizes-- true to other reviews, it can be difficult sometimes to pull the nibs out. Which isn't a bad thing, I would rather have to tug on my nibs to get them out than have them fall out mid-drawing.
9 people found this helpful
this is a great holder....
March 13, 2011
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this is a great holder. the cap makes it very easy to take it somewhere withought damaging your nib or whatever you carry it in. (which is good for me because i just randomly carry things around in my jacket pocket) It holds things securely, a little too well to the point where it sometimes hurts when i have to pull out my g pen nib. great holder and the inner ring is a good feature if you dont have the 25.
9 people found this helpful
Best holder out there!...
November 2, 2011
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Best holder out there! It's a pleasure to use and has a great balance and weight in the hand. I won't use any other holder for my Tank Masters.
7 people found this helpful
this one had a cap on...
November 13, 2011
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this one had a cap on it so its better than other pen holders!
8 people found this helpful
Great pen holder. The...
December 5, 2009
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Great pen holder. The grip is comfortable, its well balanced, and the cap - which secures tightly and hasn't ever come off despite being jumbled around in my bookbag - makes it easy to transport your nibs without fear of damaging them. However, this pen holder only really fits Tachikawa (and Nikko) nibs. Brause and Speedball nibs can work in it, but its difficult to clean them without pulling out them out. The Zebra G nib easily slips out while you're drawing...
5 people found this helpful
Looks as great as it...
December 29, 2010
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Looks as great as it functions. I bought most of the Zebra pen nibs with this holder (G, Tama, and School. All chrome versions) and none of them fall out while using. The cap secures nicely on both ends.
2 people found this helpful
The size of this holder...
June 30, 2015
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The size of this holder was what I expected.
(Length = 146mm, Largest Diameter = 18mm).
1 person found this helpful
I use this all the time....
December 16, 2014
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I use this all the time. Had for about two years now, and still holds nibs good and tight.
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I'm using this holder...
June 24, 2014
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I'm using this holder with tachikawa t77 nibs, that go into the smallest part of the holder. One of the best qualities of the holder is how tightly it grips the nib, but the worst part is its direct counterpart: the difficulty of taking out the nib without destroying it. I've tried it with pliers gently, but even if you don't damage the nib, the problem is that you're really squeezing the nib around the pin in the holder, which makes it harder to pull out. I do the following: take the back of a small (say #1 or #2) brush, and gently push it into the round opening of the nib, so that it is slightly pushed open at the seam on the bottom. Push it open far enough, and hold the nib and the brush end together. The nib's grip around the steel pin will weaken, and you can now wiggle out the nib. This won't damage the nib, if the metal is anywhere near decent, and you can change nibs without too much sweating and cursing.

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