Noodler's Ahab Flexi Nib Fountain Pen - Jade
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Noodler's is a small American company based in Southern Massachusetts, since the company began in 2004 they have become widely well known for both the wide range of unique coloured inks and funky fountain pen designs.
The Noodler's Ahab collection was designed to be for the hands on writer. They consist of a flexible steel #6 nib and a sliding piston mechanism which can be removed to use as an eyedropper and 6ml ink capacity.
The Jade is made from a celluloid derivative which is classed as biodegradable and a 'renewable resource', not only is it environmentally friendly but it is also stunning to look at! The swirls of green and white make it a beautiful accompaniment to any desk with a reasonable price tag to match!
The pen was designed to be taken apart and adjusted whenever necessary. Both the nib and feed pull out and can be adjusted for optimal performance!
Top Tip: When using a Flexi Nib, apply slight pressure on your down strokes, this will spread the tines and increase your width length. Take your time and allow the ink to follow your writing pace. Practice makes perfect!
- Ahab Range
- Green Jade
- Steel Flexi Nib
- Material: Resin
- Trim: Silver
- Diameter: 14mm
- Length: 139mm
- Weight: 18g
- 100% made in the USA
- Due to Noodler's inks being hand made in small batches, patterns and colours can vary slightly from one pen to another.
- Some pens can contain a strong odour due to material used on arrival but this will fade once allowed to air out, we would highly recommend a full flush before using the pen to get rid of any chemicals or excess material.
- Noodler's Inks are mainly stocked in the USA, with few stockists being based in Europe. Therefore we do not stock the full Noodler's range - just our favourites and the most popular. If there is a particular colour or product that you are interested in, just get in touch with our team at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 0203 371 0226 and our team would be more than happy to look into this for you.