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Pilot Namiki Vanishing Point Matte Black Nib w/ Converter Stub

SKU: NAM_71133

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Regular price $70.08 Sale price $87.60

The Pilot Pilot Namiki Vanishing Point Matte Black Nib with Converter is designed for all current models of Pilot Namiki Vanishing Point Fountain Pens and is easy to change as well. It is also compatible with the Pilot Capless Decimo and Capless Fermo pens listed under Compatible Products. It features an 18K rhodium-plated 1.0mm stub italic nib, feed mechanism, and a twist piston converter.

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Brand Pilot-Namiki-Pens
Colors Black
Compatibility Fountain Pens
Material Metal
Number of Items 1 in a pack
Size Stub
Type Converter
upc No

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  • Pen Boutique
  • stub
  • flex
  • line variation
  • CON-40
  • picture
  • CON-50
TD
03/18/2019
Tony D. Verified Buyer
United States
I recommend this product

Great Customer Service!

The Vanishing Point Stub Nib is really nice. Smooth for a stub with nice line variation. There’s even a bit of flex from the gold nib. The nib came with the CON-40. The picture showed the CON-50. Pen Boutique quickly and graciously corrected the issue. Great to deal with!

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07/05/2017
AceJ Verified Buyer

Vanishing Point Stub Nib

The Vanishing Point line offers the ability to change nibs rather than buying a whole new pen - which I find flexible and economical. While I have multiple different nibs I hadn't secured a Stub nib for my pen. Writing with this stub is a delight - it changes the characteristic of your writing effortlessly since there isn't a new writing pattern to learn. The one issue I've had with this and other Vanishing Point nibs is a condition called 'baby's bottom' where the pen may skip occasionally but once writing continues. Surprisingly the stub, which puts out a fair amount of ink, also has this issue.