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    Default My Wahl Eversharp

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    My Wahl Pens at the time.
    I am still hunting for a flexy nib It is not there yet.

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    Default Re: My Wahl Eversharp

    This one is very flexible


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    Default Re: My Wahl Eversharp

    Thank you, Whal!!!
    Beautiful Pens with amazing writing capability!
    When I look at the nib of this pen I can guess it is a Flexible point. Both nibs on my pens they are real MANIFOLD TYPE. VERY HARD AND ZORO Flex.
    This pen has a majestic look !! And that pencil is a real deal too.
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    Default Re: My Wahl Eversharp

    That blue one reminds me of my "Gold Seal"

    Which has a #4 Personal Point "Flexible" Broad nib (Stamped B on the underside of the Feed). Though not sure I'd call it "very flexible", but guess that depends on my writing style. It's more so than the two "Signature" nibs I have though.









    The "Signature" ones are more like semiflex, but still pleasant to use, the green "Wahl Pen" has a #2 "Signature" around an EF point, and the black converted Doric has a #4 Personal Point "Signature" (M stamp on feed).



    Those are my Wahls by the way, not counting a Symphony that's out of comission because the previous owner hammered the nib into the grip that it has a 'slice' in the grip itself not actually touching the feed. Funny enough the nib I found on that Symphony was more like a modern thick broad nib, and had the exact same shape and engraving as the XF on my Brown Modern Moire Skyline, so I swapped the nib into that for now.


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