I am posting this review...
I am posting this review to contest the poor one given previously. I don't own
this pen - but I own other Noodler Flex-Type pens. They're called 'flex' for
the express reason that the nib is not a 'fixed' size like a Lamy 'F' or a
'1.5mm' nib. Flex nibs are intentionally made to provide thin and thick lines
of varying 'wetness' and shading depending on the user's application of
pressure, writing/ drawing motion, and type of ink. While most users of
contemporary FPs expect them to work once ink is applied, the writer of the
'poor' review made no mention of any troubleshooting, adjustments, ink type,
cleaning, paper, or advice they sought out to make sure it wasn't user error
causing the problems.
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