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Pelikan M205 Demonstrator Special-Edition

Pelikan M205 Demonstrator Special-Edition

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Perhaps I'm thinking wrong, but I've become spoiled with my gold nibs and can't see as where this pen is worth $100+ with a SS nib. I think a Pilot 92 for similar price and a rhodium plated 14K gold nib would be a better purchase and yield a much better writing experience in return. I'll grant that the Pelikan is a little better looking pen (and I positively love my white Pelikan M605), but I'm willing to sacrifice a little aesthetics for a smoother writing experience. Please correct me if I'm mistaken...my experiences with Pilot/Namiki are limited to my Decimo VP and with Pelikan my M605.
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This may or may not help, but I jumped on this as I'm after a good drawing /sketching /writing/ do all pen, so like a little flex - and though this fella is talking about the M200 - 'apparently' - the nibs are the same.. ish
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLl2mlAwjDc
If I'm totally wrong, it ok.. the pen isnt exactly an eye sore, Ill just not scribble so much with it.
Well I suppose it would be considered a hard nib, however my goal with fountain pens is to feel like I'm writing on a microscopic cushion of ink, with as little pressure on the nib as possible... I understand with more flexible nibs you'd get more line variation, shading and such, but even with the aforementioned Sailor and Pelikan nibs I use very little pressure. Of course that applies only to me, you might enjoy flexible nibs more.
Best price I've seen for this pen.
Wow! An extra $10 for the EF nib? :/
Daaaaaamn.... I've long wanted a Pelikan clear demonstrator... I have the blue version, it's awesome... Thinking about the monies.
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