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- Great for beginners
- Writes well
- Good value for the price
- Nice looking pen
- Nib is smooth
Everyone needs an X750.
Shipping from china for this was pretty expedient, but if you can afford it, just buy one with prime, it's easily a great value, even if it cost $20. Pens like this are going to put Jinhao on the map in America. I STRONGLY suggest this pen to any fountain pen enthusiast. This pen has a color scheme ...
Review: Jinhao X750 — Alt. Haven
March 25, 2016 in Fountain Pen, review The Numbers: Weight: 37g Length (capped): 141.4mm Length (uncapped): 125.3mm Length of cap: 60.9mm Price: RM$20 / SGD$6.67 Body Material: Brass Nib Material: Stainless steel Filling Mechanism: Cartridge / converter
Colours: Silver, Black, Shimmering Sands
Astounded!!! Extremely cheap and it works well.
The pen is nice looking and good to hold while writing. Nib smooth. As soon as it arrived I inked it and started writing. No hiccups on paper, all letters appearing seamlessly on the empty sheet with no hesitation. Packaging not existent, the pen is wrapped in a thin piece of plastic and the protect...
Review: Jinhao X750 “Shimmering Sands” + Goulet Pens Nibs
The Jinhao X750 “Shimminering Sands” ($9.90) is a sturdy, solid pen. Looking at it, I never would have guessed it’s a budget fountain pen
I have rejected Dryden and AmazonBasics pens for being too difficult to hold, especially for longer writing sessions, because they are both too slim and too slippery. I just got the Jinhao x750 this week, and I think I might like the grip, but something about it encourages me to use more tension in my grip. I need a pen that I can hold without too much tension in my hand/wrist.
Jinhao X750 Fountain Pen Review
Jinhao X750 nib, stainless steel in medium. Jinhao X750 takes standard international cartridges and converter (included). Despite having a pretty extensive pen collection now and access to many different high-end pens, I still have a special place in my heart for value pens
Favorite "Cheap" Pen
I find vac fillers interesting and fun and am really glad there are affordable versions on the market. For under $10, I think the Jinhao X750 is fantastic. It feels and looks classy, it’s smooth as butter, and I genuinely think it might be the best value for money of any fountain pen I’ve tried.