This my buddies, is brilliant. Quite outrageous, (we can’t imagine exactly how much time this took!) but entirely brilliant. I can’t let you know just how many times I’ve received e-mails from individuals asking how to pick the nib on a fountain pen. Since all nibs widths aren't developed equal, Goulet Pens happens to be offering the power to compare the nibs of 4 various water fountain pens in their new Nib Nook interactive function on their website. Goulet notes that writing examples are typical standardized making use of Noodler’s Ebony ink on 80g white Rhodia dotPad report that will be an excellent way evaluate and contrast.
Becoming a notorious product reviewer myself, i need to add my two cents to the process. That which you must depend on within comparison, is all things being equal and IMHO, you will find inevitably going to be factors within the equation.
We myself have 6 Lamy Safari water feature pencils and because the Safari nibs tend to be machine made, have seen variances between same-sized nibs. If you work with a paper besides Rhodia/Clairefontaine, you might encounter thicker nib widths as a result of the ink soaking into the report. The inks you decide on may play an issue in the way they write – some are more free-flowing than another and can make a stingy feed bleed ink while others can make a nib feel scratchy. Note that Goulet does are the following disclaimer: “Your outcomes can vary with various combinations of ink, report, and composing place. These writing samples are representative, and standardized upon Noodler’s Black ink on 80g white Rhodia dotPad paper, all written and edited by Brian Goulet.”
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