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August 23, 2011
the paper is either top...
the paper is either top notch or else if you drag for but a second you will get plenty of feathering/bleedthrough
heck even on my nice Japanese notebook ( if you want to call it that ) got speckles of bleed-through when using this with a flex pen, you can see my hesitation very clearly XD
the paper again on that note needs to be WHITE WHTIE, in order to express the green
otherwise it will always appear black until you take a high powered light up to it =p
July 8, 2011
Outstanding, love how...
Outstanding, love how well it writes with lamy safari EF, which that pen doesn't even feather on cheap notebook paper in the first place.
nice, concise, organized, durable, great for what i'm doing
and the cover, whatever it is made out of, the corners do resist bending very well
recommendable! certainly a good miniature notebook as long as you don't intend to use it on a day for 100's of quick notes lol
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July 7, 2011
beautiful writing on...
beautiful writing on standard American notebook paper as many find it dreadful with some fountain pens
no scratch, no feather, little bleed(a small bit more than any 0.7mm ballpoint pen)
love the blue ink! i would describe it as electric, i was going to pop out the cartridge right away for the converter and ink bottle i ordered, but man, i'll stick with this until it's out =)
the EF from Lamy is the exact fountain pen size i wanted with notebook, small, yet it doesn't take detail away from the fact your using a fountain pen.
perfect with cursive script and Japanese! ^^
and no "bling", a every-day pen you can use without looking like your trying to impress somebody
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