Thanks for the review
I have the 1.1 for my Safari, looks like the 1.5 might be worth getting too (but then I will need another pen )
I love the 1.5 on my al-star, but am going to order a 1.1 for my Studio. The 1.5 can sometimes be a bit too large.
Thanks for the review.
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Thanks for write up.
- Jim . . . "None of us is as smart as all of us" - Blanchard
to get rid of the scritch you're feeling, get a paper bag from the grocery store and spend a half hour drawing figure 8s in both directions.
Jason - 3017er
Most of us are comfortable scribbling with BP or RB pens. With Fountain pens (it doesn't matter the brand or point) we have to learn to write at a slower pace. You have to write slower than the ink flow. The wider the nib is, the slower you have to write in order to maintain a good line. I experienced this today using a flex pen with a heavy ink. Patience is good with fountain pens. Patience is something our generations tend to be short on. Slow down your writing and you will see a definite improvement in the performance and the quality of your fountain pens. Enjoy!
Life is for the birds.
Good to know, I thought i was experiencing feed problems but perhaps I am just rushing things!
makes me look like i have clean writing instead of the chicken scratch i usually have at work with my cheap bics
just took 20 minutes out of my life to write a nice letter to a friend of mine, something i havent done in many many years, it didnt say much but it was fun to do and i took my time with every word as well looks fantastic btw
a little personal to show a pic though
Congrats on the letter writing, syngent! Makes me even happier that I put the PR Blue Suede into the Lamy! I bet the recipient will get quite a pleasant surprise when the letter arrives.
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