Though it can hold multiple...
March 10, 2011
Though it can hold multiple types of nibs, I prefer using it for precision
round/maru pens and in contrast prefer to use the Tachikawa-40 for the larger
widths of the G and Tama. It's very light and small in my preference but it get
the work done well without having my palm cramp like when I use regular
pens/pencils. Emphasizing on the weight, I wouldn't suggest it to people who
prefer their writing utensils to have a little mass to it; this one is extremely
Tachikawa's line on holders are amazing for their idea of being able to hold
variable pen sizes all around. Most likely the choice is all in preference,
since their holders are high quality.
*if only they made a double-sided manga pen holder* wink-wink
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