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Pilot Vanishing Point Nib with Converter Set - 18k Gold/Black, Stub Nib

Pilot Vanishing Point Nib with Converter Set - 18k Gold/Black, Stub Nib


 
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This nib unit includes an 18K gold black-plated Stub nib and feed unit, and a CON-50 twist piston converter, which makes changing the nib on your Pilot/Namiki Vanishing Point a breeze! This nib and converter unit fits all current models of Pilot/Namiki Vanishing Point fountain pens.

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Pilot Vanishing Point Nib with Converter Set - 18k Gold/Black, Stub Nib


This nib unit includes an 18K gold black-plated Stub nib and feed unit, and a CON-50 twist piston converter, which makes changing the nib on your Pilot/Namiki Vanishing Point a breeze! This nib and converter unit fits all current models of Pilot/Namiki Vanishing Point fountain pens.

Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
 
Excellent upgrade for your standard VP pen February 7, 2016
Reviewer: Brian Tan from Bothell WA  
Bought this as a replacement to the medium nib on my Fermo. Writes smooth with just enough feedback, I wouldn't call it butter smooth though. Width of the vertical stroke is close to 1.1mm Lamy Safari. Horizontally it is almost needle thin. So it is stubby from that perspective. Comes with a CON-50 converter in the package.

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A stub... or a cursive italic? January 7, 2016
Reviewer: Gordon from New South Wales Australia  
I ordered this nib 'on impulse' when I heard that VP nib prices were about to go up in January 2016 - and boy, am I glad I went ahead: this is a fantastic nib.  In my books, it's more of a cursive italic than a stub - the edges are a little sharper than I'd been expecting - but that's an observation rather than a complaint, I'm really happy with it.  Nice sharp lines, moderate ink flow, and a pleasant 'springiness' to the nib - definitely worth the investment, if you like a little bit of line variation!

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