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ce6ac0  No.460

Black ink in a Taiwanese Kimber Kay fountain pen. I have to say it feels pretty good., although its to short for my hand. If it were another inch longer I feel it would be good like an American pen is.

The ink is silky, like you would expect from an oriental source. THe pen may be from Taiwan, but the lovely iridium point is forged in Germany.

Its super fine and gives the writer the ability to write really small. The pen is alright, I'm going to keep it around for the times I need to write in black ink. Blue ink is alright except for some government agencies prefer black ink. I'm not certain about why. I seems blue would prevent excessive copying of paper.

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