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Faber Castell TG1 - S 0.25mm - Rotulador de punta fina

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MarcaFaber-Castell
ModeloFC160025
Número de productos1
Número de pieza del fabricanteFC160025
  
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Faber Castell TG1 - S 0.25mm Technical Drawing Pen


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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas The best drafting pen 10 de diciembre de 2013
Por Robert I. Thomas - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I may have gotten the last one of these rare (in the USA) drafting pens. 40 years ago I began using these types of pens in photography to mark on negatives and prints. If you are not experienced with these types of pens, I don't recommend that you start. But if you do like them, years ago I found that the Faber-Castell TG1-S 0.25 mm served me the best. The .25mm is a 00 size. The 000 was too delicate and prone to damage and clogging. the 0 (.35mm) drew too fat. The Rotring and Rapidographs of any size were hard to keep running. About 20 years ago, the Graphics shops closed out these pens as computer-driven plotters and printers took over the drafting industry. At that time I got 3 pens and 4 spare nibs for the TGS-1 .25mm, but they all dwindled away from washing machine and dropping accidents. None ever wore out or stopped working from normal use. I use this as my main pen for day to day use. it will write on almost anything and is waterproof, if you use Koh-i-noor Ultra draw or my current fill, Dr. Ph. Martin's Black Star Hi-Carb (available elsewhere on Amazon.com).

By the way, I never did any drafting with this pen, but use it for notes, writing on metal, glass and plastic as needed.

This pen arrived 17 days after ordering, from Cyprus, in good condition and 18 days earlier than predicted from M. & D. Shop.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas I never thought I would cheat on Koh-I-Noor. 17 de diciembre de 2015
Por C.S. Payton - Publicado en Amazon.com
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But I did.

I was at a writing conference a 5 years ago, not long after my love affair of Isograph pens began, and I spent an hour in my hotel's lavatory meticulously cleaning my Rapidograph for the first time. I took it all the way about, nib and all, and was amazed and frightened by the process. While I was cleaning, folks from my writing group asked me to go out for a bit. Are you kidding? Stevie Ray Vaughn was playing on Austin City Limits and I was engrossed in the world of the Isograph mechanism. I was hooked. Fast-forward to a year ago when my boss hastily grabbed the pen off my desk, yanked (not twisted) the cap off, and slammed the nib to its demise. I guess you could say I was back on the market. I tried another Rapidograph, but the metal splinter of the nib stuck out too far - was it always like that? Next was Rotring, which was fine, but ugly. Also, it leaked worse than the 'Noor products, meaning I had to carry napkins and a refill bottle of ink everywhere.

I thought all hope was lost. The Rapidograph wasn't the same. I bought three and was disappointed with all of them. Then, blogs of research showed me this pen. Looks? Oh man, it's tantalizing. The box it came in was really classy. On the pen itself, there's this sexy gold scrawl along the side and the font screams pretense but you won't care; this pen wants to be seen and you want to be seen with it. But there's more to a great pen than aesthetics. The inner reservoir is larger than both Rot or 'Noor, so extended writing time. The plastic is also a bit heavier than the others, making for a nicely balanced utensil. However, all new things come with some learning curves: I couldn't get to the inner nib like I had grown accustomed to. Turns out, I probably shouldn't have been in there in the first place. Also, when I first used it, the ink fill method was absolutely bizarre. It's this strange compression deal that I was convinced would leak or break. Nope. It will occasionally billow ink like all Isograph pens, but far less than either Rapidograph or Rotring.

And, what you've been waiting for: how does it write? Phenomenally smoothly. There is no metal protrusion keeping you from 360 degree movements, no scratching sounds, and very little dot gain when you use heavier inks (I prefer Koh-I-Noor 3084 to the 3085). It's delicate, of course, but you know that. I highly recommend this product. After some 6 months of use, I can comfortably say that this has usurped the Rapidograph as my favorite pen. Cheers!
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great pen 17 de mayo de 2016
Por George L. Bailey - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I'm a collector, and have some of the best-known names. This is the one I carry. The snap-on cap is precision, and the nib is my smoothest writer. Typical fine German engineering.