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I tend to have a lot of trouble with my hands/fingers (carpal tunnel and arthritis/gout), and these holders are FAR more comfortable than the standard plastic nib holders!
Rated by: mitzie m.in Columbus, OH
Very nice pen holder. Quite comfortable to hold for several hours of sketching. Much more comfortable than plastic ones I have tried.
Rated by: L K.in Hopkinton, NH
Simply the best, most comfortable pen holder available. Nice tight ferrule.
My students love them too.
Rated by: Sam R.in Cedarville, OH
Great Holder! I'm a complete beginner in this aspect of art but for my purposes it was perfect. I wanted to write old-fashioned romantic letters with old-fashioned materials.. This looks, feels, and creates Old-Fashioned-ness..
And it's pretty comfortable too. My hand never got tired.
Rated by: Cheryl A.in Bristol, CT
I use this for drawing and calligraphy and keeping a journal. i like to collect different nibs and this is a great price and a great feel. So i keep it out and use it for all my art projects and my daughter is using it for scrap booking. This is a great quality and it has so many uses and applications. You wont be disappointed, great bargain, great price.
Rated by: Don N.in Hinckley, IL
Super pen from General. I use the Hunts
quill # 101 and the stroke is very good for writing.
Rated by: Josh H.in glendora, CA
works great! good price
Rated by: Andy B.in Chattanooga, TN
This holder, along with the Hunt 513ef pen, makes a great combo for professional work. Great feel and pen fits great!
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