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Noodler’s Ink – Standard Creaper Flex Fyllepenn

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199 kr 179 kr

Noodler’s Standard Flex pen, også kjent som Nib Creaper-pennen har med fleksibel fyllepennsplitt. Denne pennen har en liten, slank kropp. Et lite vindu viser hvor mye blekk som er igjen i fyllepennen. Pennen er laget av Noodler’s Ink – et selskap i USA som lager blekk og fyllepenner med høy kvalitet, sterke meninger og kompromissløs funksjonalitet.

OBS: På grunn av materialet brukt på pennekroppen har Noodler’s-pennene en svært kraftig lukt. Lukten blir svakere av å ha pennen i varmt vann i noen timer.

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Noodler’s Standard Flex pen, også kjent som Nib Creaper-pennen har med fleksibel fyllepennsplitt. Denne pennen har en liten, slank kropp. Et lite vindu viser hvor mye blekk som er igjen i fyllepennen. Pennen er laget av Noodler’s Ink – et selskap i USA som lager blekk og fyllepenner med høy kvalitet, sterke meninger og kompromissløs funksjonalitet.

OBS: På grunn av materialet brukt på pennekroppen har Noodler’s-pennene en svært kraftig lukt. Lukten blir svakere av å ha pennen i varmt vann i noen timer.

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1 omtale for Noodler’s Ink – Standard Creaper Flex Fyllepenn

  1. ditam (bekreftet eier)

    Seller: I received the pen in two days’ time, so the seller deserves a round of applause.
    Pen: It is a generally good pen if you like very small-sized pens that write an EF/F line, or would like to try out a flex nib (flex nibs are usually terribly expensive, and this is the cheapest one you can get, and the reliability of the flex is comparable to the expensive ones).
    Size: the pen is quite short, but feels long enough when the cap is posted (then it’s like a Lamy Safari without a cap). The diameter rather reminds me of a pencil, although it’s a bit thicker than that. In big hands it would probably be too thin, but it would be perfect for women with smaller hands, I think. I’m a woman with quite big hands, so it feels a little too thin, but that is my personal experience.
    Regular writing: It writes as good as any EF/F pen I’ve tried, however, it requires more pressure to write than I thought – but then again, I’m very used to M nibs and pens that require no pressure whatsoever. People used to roller-ball pens should have no problems whatsoever. This might actually be a good starter fountain pen because of that reason. Also, if you have a heavier hand when writing, but still want to write an F line, this is probably perfect.
    Flex: The flex requires considerable pressure, but it’s (surprisingly) very reliable. It’s not comfortable to write for a long time using flex since it makes my hand very tired due to the amount of pressure I have to use. Then again, flex is usually used for calligraphic purposes to decorate, for example, a letter, or an invitation, so it isn’t used that often in everyday life.
    Filling the pen: This pen comes with a built-in converter, so it is not possible to use it with cartridges, only bottled ink, which is what I’ve always preferred since it is more environment friendly. It does not hold a lot of ink – only about 1 ml, but that’s also what I love about it, since I write a lot and I love filling my pens 2-3 times per week.
    Smell: I wouldn’t say it is that bad at all – I could smell something only if I held it up close to my nose, and I guess most people don’t write while holding the pen 3 cm away from their noses? Also, the smell has diminished considerably since yesterday when I got it, and it’s not exactly terribly unpleasant. It’s somewhat sweet-ish with a tinge of plastic of sorts. I don’t really understand what all the fuss is about. Maybe other people have better noses than I do?
    Weight: Extremely light, which can be pleasant for some and not so pleasant for others. I like it though.
    Rating: 4 stars, because the pen hardly writes without any additional pressure (3 stars for me), but it is a good flex-beginner pen which can double as a regular pen (five stars). It should, however, be noted that the pen wrote right out the box, and I didn’t have to tinker with it and adjust the nib and the feed like it often has to be done with Noodler’s pens. It surprised me greatly that it writes better on lower quality paper than thick fountain pen paper, meaning that it is a great everyday pen.
    Thank you! I do enjoy using this pen.

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