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Usually yes but since I didn't want to do the whole back and forth with Amazon for the price I got it for I figured might as well get a custom grind on it. It's one of my favorite pens that I own. I would say if the deal on Amazon is a really big savings there is nothing wrong with giving it a...
I ordered my Lamy 2000 from Amazon and I got a bad nib unfortunately. I ended up just sending it in to a nib meister and got a custom grind on it. I would suggest buying from a reputable dealer that would take care of you if you have issues
I have never really worried about saving anything I write. Usually if my notes are that important I will scan the page and save it into a PDF. I think the easy solution would be to use a waterproof ink. There are a lot to choose from now and some of the more interesting ones I have seen are...
I have a pilot metro and they are good little pens and the nibs write great. I have never tried a Vanishing point but it is on my list of pens to buy. I will probably wait until after Christmas to pick one up. Let us know what you think of it once you get it
Picked up this vintage steel frame Jamis road bike. My first bike in about 15 years. I have really been enjoying it so far and it will be interesting to learn how to do maintenance and maybe even do a couple of small upgrades to it.
Your frustration is understandable. It is standard practice for people who tune these pens to only tune them by dip testing them. You might want to explain the situation and see if they are willing to keep working on them to get them writing to your expectations. It might be completely out of...