November 26, 2010
The Zebra G is likely the best G nib being made today. Like the other G pens,
the Zebra offers a wide range of line variability from fine to super thick. But
it is capable of an even finer line than the other brands I have tried. It's
also smoother writing than the others, and can be used in any direction -
pushed, pulled, or side to side without catching.
Interestingly, the tines are ground for flexibility instead of stamped. This is
an "old fashioned" method of adding flex to a nib, but it works better than
stamping rows of grooves into the tines like Nikko, Tachikawa and Leonardt do on
their G nibs.
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