I ordered the turquoise model with piston fill and ink window. All of their pens come with a fine medium (FM) sized nib. For $14 I felt I couldn’t go wrong and it fit my extremely tight budget. Jet Pens delivered in 3 business days.
The piston action is stiff but I attribute that to being very new. The quantity of ink it holds isn’t as much as I’d hoped. I haven’t used the full supply of ink in the pen yet, but I’m already seeing “daylight” in the window after writing 3 full pages (one side only) in a standard composition notebook. Successive fills may prove to improve my mileage with ink.Our camera is very old and I apologise for the terrible picture. I won't post any more, I promise!
The nib lays down a thin line that is quite similar to my fine-nib Lamy Safari, isn’t quite that smooth but nice to use nonetheless.
What I would like to see with future issues of this pen are brighter colors, more durable barrel material, a snap-on cap to eliminate the thread rubbing the thumb problem, and perhaps a wee bit fatter to eliminate the hand fatigue of long writing sessions.
All that said, I can recommend this pen and have ordered 2 more to boot!
Please note that I have no affiliation with Swisher Pens, Jet Pens, or Noodler’s Ink.