A clear fountain pen with a piston filling mechanism, the Zebra Manga G nib and an overfeed.
An overfeed is a device that rests on top of your nib and lets you draw wider lines and longer lines. When you don't want to use the overfeed, you can replace it with the provided spacer. We recommend using overfeeds with flexible dip nibs, such as the Manga G. You cannot add an overfeed to this pen. You must order a pen that is already configured for overfeeds.
This is a large pen, the largest of our demonstrators, measuring 5.25" uncapped and 5.5" capped. You can't post this pen (put the cap on the back) because of the piston turn knob.
Great for sketching in the field and in the studio. Beautiful pen to handle. Crystal clear.
You can add five Zebra Manga G nibs to your order.
The pen is delivered in a charming metal box you can use to store the pen safely or use as a gift box when you give the pen to someone else.
Piston fillers are handy pens - no need to change cartridges when you run out or fill a converter, which can be awkward. Just stick the nib into a container of ink and suck it up by twisting the piston knob. Only problem is that ink and paint can collect inside the reservoir and plug up the pen or wear down the piston seals.
That's not a problem with this pen. You can disassemble the back of the pen to remove the piston and clean the reservoir. Here are the instructions. You can also replace the piston seals with two extras provides in the kit. This is a handy pen that is built to last.
If you select the Zebra Manga G nib, you can also use the Brause Rose, Brause Bandzug, Hunt 56, and our Sketch nibs in this pen.
If you select the Nikko or Tachikawa nib, you can also use the Hunt 101 nib.
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