If you want flex, for $20, you can't beat Noodler's pens! I have many, and most
have written well right out of the box. Any problems are usually solved by a
thorough cleaning or slight nib adjustment. I flex a lot and write fast, and
like to deepen the feed channel for more ink flow. You can do that with
Noodler's pens! They are meant to be serviced, adjusted and tweaked by the
user, making them very versatile. The Konrads and Ahabs hold a lot of ink, too!
The newer pens seem to work better and write more smoothly out of the box than
previous batches. Also, I am loving a lot of the newer colors. Other flex pens
cost upwards of $125...So for $20, these are worth a try...and if you don't like
it, you're only out $20!
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