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Noodlers Ahab Fountain Pen Arizona

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Description

  • Genuine Noodlers Quality
  • Ahab Series
  • Flex Nib
  • Red/Yellow Grain Body & Cap
  • Plunger Fill

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Customer Reviews

grab one!!!I was looking for a pen that i could take on the trail with me so i could make some quick scribbles for my patch designs !!! Found it !!! i love this pen easy to fill clean and use :) the ink color that I am using is Noodler's rattlesnake... I truly picked this brand out because their logo is a cat fish .... but i have many fountain pens but this one is now my fav. As for the Ink i am in love..... it drys a lovely light crimson with a bit of and orange tint. A very warm red perfect for the south west in every way. I will buy this brand again ! 5Once you get it working.....Noodler's pens..... Take it apart, slosh around the parts for 5 min in soapy water, rinse well, dry parts and then put back together. Fill with ink and then spend 30 min tweaking the nib and feed. Once the pen is right, it flows and writes like a $200 pen. 4Cool pen, rough executionI like the idea of the pen (simple but rugged, easily repaired, good materials), and it's certainly handsome and comfortable ... But it's a pain to use out of the box, at least with the Noodler's Warden Ink. It fills easily, and has a nice big reservoir, but the ink doesn't flow well to the nib. I'm not certain what's going on, but I have to mess with it every time I uncap it to get the ink flowing, which can be a messy process whether I have to tap the nib against some paper until some drops come out, or use a paper towel to wick some of the ink down the nib.This is not a Lamy, nor a Kaweco, nor a Sailor, nor an Ohto, nor a Pilot ... All of those have never failed me when brand new. I'm not used to fussing with a fountain pen like this one seems to require. 2Little flex for casual writerFilling this isn't the easiest. I don't know if my particular pen has an issue or if all these pens have this difficulties with the pump action, but I have problems getting the motion started. The flex is minute so don't expect much for the casual writer. It's a beautiful color and very lightweight. With the material it's made of , expect that distinctive smell....It's not going anywhere. 3Fabulous for drawingI got the Ahab Arizona colored flex pen today. I love the look of the pen. I think it writes well but I bought it to draw.It draws flex lines when bearing down on the nib just a bit, which means the line gets a little broader. It draws thinner lines when drawing horizontally (I believe).The one thing I noticed about this pen that is different from my Noodler's Safety Pen and Noodler's Charlie Pen is that you need to apply pressure to draw. Maybe it is just because it is new and will later draw when I just touch it to the paper. I don't know, because I just got it. That's cool with me though. Why else would I buy another pen, if they all work exactly the same? Pen likes to make lines. It doesn't like to color in blocks of color. But I did mix my own dyes for this since I don't have the Noodler's Apache Sunset ink, which would look great in this pen. I hope to get more Noodler's inks. I am totally enamored with Noodler's and haven't had any bad experiences with the pens or inks. 5Trying to find a reason not to buy moreReally good fountain pen. I bought this for sketching, and it does not disappoint. I can run a little skinnier than my 01 pigma micron felt tip with it turned over, and thicker than the 05 with reasonable pressure. I gave the lower end a run through with Bombay Pen Cleaner before use. Zero feed problems. Wrote immediately after fill. I saw some reviews that had me concerned about usability out of the box. I think they were all from 3 or 4 years ago when the model was brand new though. Using Diamine Sepia. This is a pretty thin ink, but gorgeous vintage color and manageable if you don't lay on the tip. No need to "get it started" after sitting upright for 4-6 hours. No problems with railroading. Goes to flex and returns smoothly without blobs or skips. Highly recommend for someone who wants to draw with a fountain pen (it writes well too, but I'm not sure I am savvy enough to evaluate), but doesn't want to sink a fortune into a pen their scared to carry or use. 5Very limited amount of flexingThe main attraction of this pen for me is that it is one of the few pens in this price segment with a nib which is supposed to be flexible. The nib does flex a bit but the line variation is minimal and the amount of pressure necessary to flex the nib is, in my opinion, too high to be usable for any kind of calligraphy or for any use besides that of a usual nib. Also, when flexed the feeder does not supply enough ink and the pen railroads quite easily. The only good thing about the nib is that as a usual writer it is actually smooth and nice to write with. Besides the nib the pen is quite nice but not great. The body seems to be made of some kind of plastic but has a look similar to that of an Ebonite pen. Some reviews talk of a smell, but it is almost not existent and definitively much lower than the smell a real Ebonite pen has when new. The clip is quite bad and does not secure well the pen and my pen bleeds ink quite easily so I would not carry it in the pocket of a nice shirt or suit. Overall I think that if you like the look and do not mind the little imperfection it is ok but if you need a generic fountain pen you can find several pens which are better made at this price point. If you are looking to have a flexible nib, then you should probably go to the few Japanese offering or go all the way to a real flex nib from the past in the form of a vintage pen. I would gave three and half stars, three being sort of a "pass mark" and half to acknowledge the fact that they try to cover the little niche of flexible nibs, I rounded it up to four. 4Great pen so far.This is a nice pen. The Arizona colors are very pretty. It's a great writer too - quite wet and the flex nib is an added plus.As others have said, the smell of the pen, upon opening the package, is very overpowering...it's hard to describe. I'd hate to work in the factory or warehouse! I took the pen apart and soaked it in a strong solution of dish soap for an hour or so which negated the odor a good bit.After letting everything dry out I inked it with Diamine Sunset which seems like a pretty good combination. I'm sure the unusual smell will diminish more after use.I haven't tried it as an eyedropper yet but I plan to. I noticed that the necessary area was silicone greased from the factory so I think it will work well.All in all this pen is a great buy and I'm happy to add it to my collection! 5Smells terrible but writes beautifullySmells terrible but writes beautifully. Note to anyone aspiring to take one of these puppies on a trip to doodle/practice... cabin pressure changes on an airplane are not the best for this type of pen. Would suggest a felt pen instead, maybe a cartridge... if you're not afraid of turbulence then even a dip pen would be better. Managed to dye my fingers blue not to mention the inside of my bag.Oh the vegetal resin they use smells unbearably strong and gross to me... I read that some people think the smell is sweet and pleasant. 5Writes well but leaves messy fingersMaybe I just got unlucky with mine. It writes well and I absolutely love the color, but every time I use it I end up with ink all over my fingers. Not sure where the leak is coming from. 3
Noodlers Ahab Fountain Pen Arizona

Noodlers Ahab Fountain Pen Arizona

4.0
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Regular price
SG$ 93.00
Sale price
SG$ 93.00
Regular price
SG$ 154.00
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per 
Save 40% (SG$ 61.00)