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    Nib Titanium

    Rated 5.0 stars
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    Upgrade your favorite fountain pen with this classy matte titanium nib made by German company Peter Bock, renowned for their reliable ink flow and smooth writing experience. With decades of experience, Bock makes nibs for some of the most exclusive brands in the world.
    Nib Titanium
    Rated 5.0 stars
    Based on 4 reviews
    Total 5 star reviews: 4 Total 4 star reviews: 0 Total 3 star reviews: 0 Total 2 star reviews: 0 Total 1 star reviews: 0
    100%would recommend this product
    4 reviews
    • Rated 5 stars

      Gutes Upgrade zur Stahlfeder. Die EF eignet sich sehr gut um Anmerkungen in Texte zu schreiben. Aber auch für längere Texte Dinge ich sie sehr schön.

      Michael M.
      Verified Buyer
    • Rated 5 stars
      Unglaublich gut!

      Die Titanfeder ist excellent! Ich kann sie nur sehr empfehlen!

      Ralf M.
      Verified Buyer
    • Rated 5 stars
      Well, I received my three…

      Well, I received my three pens on Friday (though I’m in Germany, so I have an under advantage) and they all work fine. Assembled the nibs, put in the converters, filled ’em up with Noodler's. No problem with the magnetic mechanism yet, but of course I have only opened them a a couple of dozens times. I’m especially impressed with the titanium nib. I got it and the pen mostly because of the novelty, but I found it works really well. Nice flow and movement on the paper. For the black brass models I got black steel, admittedly because of the look. Lends a certain gravitas. I guess gold would’ve looked also good, but hey, 82 Euros are 82 Euros. My one regret is that apparently there are no replacement nibs available right now. I got M, M and B, but that was an suboptimal choice. Even since I misplaced my Pilot Vanishing Point M I was stuck with Pilot VP F and EF, and those are way to fine to me and I forgot that they are even finer than European nibs. So if anyone has a Titanium F, Black M and F to spare…

      Peter Brülls (from K.
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