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The answer to my To-Do...
June 23, 2016
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The answer to my To-Do lists being all in one place all the time. Analog, the way to go.
Works perfectly with...
June 23, 2016
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Works perfectly with Field Notes, approximately the same width of a page.
There's something about...
June 18, 2016
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There's something about the yellow glazed finish that creates a grip and better feel, holds in the hand very well, better than others without rubber grips.
Dear Tachikawa, please...
June 18, 2016
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Dear Tachikawa, please send caps! More caps!!!
A quality instrument...
June 12, 2016
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A quality instrument for technical applications.
The Rolls Royce of Nib...
June 10, 2016
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The Rolls Royce of Nib Holders.
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This was my first Rotring...
June 7, 2016
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This was my first Rotring Art. Initially, there was a whole lotta shaken' going on... hard start, once I tweaked the nib it was fine. Good flow, good line, good ink. The grip? Hmm... overall, I like the length and it's stable. Lightweight. The 1.5 would have been more versatile. Considering another along with a converter.
Good for a thin shirt...
June 2, 2016
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Good for a thin shirt pocket but not pants ~ if you're clipping it to blue jeans purchase the less expensive flat model, it won't catch to any seams. Trust me on this one!
A major step-up from...
May 26, 2016
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A major step-up from Micron. Worth it...
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Same size as the Rhoda...
May 16, 2016
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Same size as the Rhoda #12 (graph) minus 10 sheets, but the upside is the quality. I'd have to say this pad is a cut-above Rhodia in terms of smoothness and density. The paper is not bright white, more creamy with a slightly greenish hue. Easy on the eyes, especially under fluorescent lights. Graph on one side with the backside blank = versatile. The feel is silky and exceptional, fine for a fountain pen with little to no bleed through. Tried several rollerballs: Waterman, Lamy, Kaweco, Schafer, Retro51, Monteverde, Pentel, all with instant drying time. Delta which is more like a fountain pen was in the 5 second range. Incidentally, the Pilot Metropolitan does not possess a quick drying time on this pad due to blotting, better with a Rhoda.
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