Manga G Small Fountain Pen

A small fountain pen with a Manga G nib. If you like to draw with a Manga G nib, this is a great pen for you. 

  • Contains the Manga G nib of your choice and matching feed
  • Replace the nib easily - slide out the old nib and insert the new
  • Use any ink or paint
  • Cartridge filler
  • Keep an eye on your remaining ink volume
  • Nib seal insures ink will not leak out of your capped pen
  • Supports adaptors, which let you work with different tools in the same pen

    This pen contains our Manga G feed and the Manga G nib of your choice: Zebra, Nikko or Tachikawa. Be sure to select your G nib choice at the bottom of this product description, just above the Add to Cart button. If you're unsure of which nib to use, watch Connie Chen's YouTube video Calligraphy Nib Review: G Nibs illustrating the advantages of each G nibWe summarize her conclusions on our page About our Manga G Pens 

    This is a small pen, the perfect "traveler's sketch pen". It fits into most hands as well as small pockets, narrow sleeves in back packs, and other tight places. Great for quick sketching on the fly in the field as well as studio work.

    Small Demonstrator capped with seal

    You can expand the capacity by filing the barrel of the pen with ink or paint. The body seal prevents leakage, but the seal is optional in case you prefer to stick with the cartridge. 

    This pen measures 0.50" in diameter and 3.75" uncapped, 4.25" capped, 4.75" posted, and

    You can add five Zebra Manga G nibs to your order. 

    Other nibs you can use in this pen

    You can use the Zebra Manga G, Brause Rose, Hunt 56, and our Sketch nibs in this pen.

    You can use other adaptors in this pen, which let you work with different nibs. Easy to remove and insert - just pull out the old adaptor and insert the new. 

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