I want to start using a fountain pen in school.
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I'm in 10th grade and about last month I thought I'd learn cursive writing, I saw how quick I was getting into it and enjoying writing I thought I'd make it more enjoyable. I have about 200 shekels to spend aprox 50$ If anyone could recommend a good fountain pen/kit, I'd appreciate it. I am probably getting a Parker pen soon since I can get it for free, but I want to know what I should look into. Thanks.
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LinaMHaring
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Nov 18, 2020
I still remembered my school days when I passed the primary and started the middle school. I was so happy because I was allowed to use fountain pen. In start it was a bit difficult because you can't erase as I could while using let pencil. Now I work on สล็อต แตกง่าย and can write whole article with fountain pen without a single error.
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Oct 18, 2020
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Sep 4, 2019
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dkbrew
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Dec 6, 2018
I go for inexpensive pens. I’m left handed so easy flowing and fast drying inks work best for me. I’m an urban sketcher so flex nibs that are trouble free and don’t leak are a real favorite. Pilot metropolitans have been most reliable. But not much variety in nibs.
russelltdog
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Dec 5, 2018
Love Mont Blanc Diplomat 149 with Broad nib!
Jacob__019
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Nov 28, 2018
The Pilot Metropolitan in fine is a great option, but I love my TWSBI Eco extra fine.
Milhouse
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Nov 17, 2018
Platinum Plasir and Pilot Metropolitan are nice too for color options. Maybe $10-15 range?
BetaWar
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Nov 16, 2018
The Platinum Preppy is also a good starting fountain pen, each runs ~$3.50. That is where I started with fountain pens. It also allows you to try out different nib sizes without spending a lot of money so you can find what you like before spending more money on nicer pens eventually.
Selvamuthukumaran
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Nov 20, 2018
Yes , I agree with your words. But the barrel section is broken up after several uses. What is the solution?
donnaO
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Nov 23, 2018
Oh dear - I have not dealt with a broken barrel yet but I anticipate at some point it will happen. That’s why I never convert my Preppy pens to eyedroppers - I fear that such a cheap pen might crack and leak a bulletproof ink into a backpack. But for use around the house I love them.
SomewhiteguynTX
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Nov 16, 2018
Pilot varisty, 3 for about $8. Good way to practice and ensure you like fountain pens