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Product Code N18098
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This 3 pack of steel #6 Noodler's nibs contains one of each of the following (see the picture, from left-to-right): one non-flex (fine/medium) nib without tipping material, one broad (non-flex) nib with tipping material, and one flex nib without tipping material.

The non-tipped nibs are intended to be used with slow, deliberate strokes. Using them as you would use a standard iridium-tipped nib could result in scratchiness with unreliable ink flow.​
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Noodler's Art Nib Pack

This 3 pack of steel #6 Noodler's nibs contains one of each of the following (see the picture, from left-to-right): one non-flex (fine/medium) nib without tipping material, one broad (non-flex) nib with tipping material, and one flex nib without tipping material.

The non-tipped nibs are intended to be used with slow, deliberate strokes. Using them as you would use a standard iridium-tipped nib could result in scratchiness with unreliable ink flow.​

Availability
Usually Ships in 1 to 2 Business Days
Condition
New
Brand
Noodler's
Type
Pen Parts
Nib Color
Silver
Nib Material
Steel
Nib Size
Medium-Fine, Broad, Flex
Noodler's Art Nib Pack is rated 4.6471 out of 5 by 17.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from These rock! I got the ink sampler...Love all those colours! i I got some extra colours as well and I am excited to use them as soon as possible. I ordered the Noodler's Art Nib pack. These are super groovy. (I really just wanted the flex nib, but thought, what the heck....get crazy.) I am sooo loving this flex-y littlle nib. The service from the company is also something worth mentioning: On my packing receipt, there was a handwritten message from one of the owners. This doesn't happen very much anymore. I was pleasantly surprised. PLUS- everything got to me super quick.
Date published: 2015-06-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great value for money! Bought this art pack for the broad and the untipped flex nib. I actually prefer the untipped flex to the standard tipped Noodler's flex nib. The broad is a decent nib, and as tough as a nail!
Date published: 2016-05-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Jindler X750 Flex :P So... as Brian has mentioned every time it comes up, these don't WANT to go in a Jinhao out of the gate, however, if you know that the metal is thicker, and grind it away on the back end, it will work, you'll have to prime the feed up pretty good again, but since Jinhao's are pretty wet anyway, it seems to feed fine... bearing in mind that the un-tipped nibs (when you're getting really flexy, do in fact require slow, deliberate strokes as it mentions in the description. Writing fast normally without pushing that flex is possible and feels normal to anyone used to a dip pen with a school nib, I used dips for years before switching to fountain pens, so I'm right at home.
Date published: 2015-11-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great for experimenting I used the tipped broad nib in my Konrad and liked it for drawing. I used to draw with an old dip pen nib that was a 'narrow' flexible italic and have really missed it. The idea of having that nib in a fountain pen with all the convenience was very tempting. I've been educating myself on this website with Brian's videos and had already purchased the Goulet pen tuning supplies but was yet to use them. I took the un-tipped flexible nib, cut the very tip off a little narrower than the plumix italic nib with jewelry cutting plyers, took the sharp edges off with the smoothest side of a padded emery board, then the micro mesh, then the 1.0 mylar ending with the 0.3 mylar. I tested the nib by placing it in my Konrad (took some heat setting and tinkering), then filling the pen with the Pilot Namiki Blue sample I'd just gotten. I am so excited at how well this nib works. It does all I loved about my vintage dip pen nib. (I'm in my late 60's and brand new to fountain pen usage which I came to via the Goulet website)
Date published: 2014-11-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from More choice means more use I'm glad Noodler's offers a few nibs to go along with their flex that's standard on the Ahab and Konrad. Yes, there are a number of nibs you can set onto the feeds of these pens but this pack requires no heat setting or manipulation of the nib itself. Once I put on the untipped, non flex nib I had a writer I use in daily work. And don't be concerned about the untipped nibs scratching the paper to pieces. I've written on all types of paper pads(just the regular stuff) and it glides pretty smooth.
Date published: 2016-11-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simply awesome These nibs are all really fun to use. Broad: Almost buttery smooth, wet, and nail hard. Great if you love big nibs! The tines were perfectly aligned when I got them and the tipping is nice, fat and smooth. I popped it into my Konrad filled with Rohrer and Klingner Salix and off I went. Untipped nibs: These are basically skinny cursive italics with some 'scratch', though it's nothing will damage your paper. Although the product page warns against writing too quickly with them, I used the non-flex for class note-taking today and it did great. With the flex untipped, you get even more line variation due to the flexing and a bit of skipping if you go too fast, but I think it's also good for normal writing. These are sweet cursive italics that produce some really nice writing, and are a decent substitute if you don't want to pay someone $80+ to grind down your nib.
Date published: 2015-09-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The Broad I got this bundle for the tipped broad nib(which I wish was sold on its own so people wouldn't have to read the description to know it exists) to put on my Noodler's Ahab(which is the best noodler's double tinned pens) and it's good but the tip is a bit rough(not scratchy!) but I bought the nib smoothing paper (sold here) and now it's like glass(although Brian's method doesn't work for broader nibs[or any nib '-']). So the pack is a great deal overall but like all things from noodler's you have to fiddle a bit to get it to be perfect.
Date published: 2015-06-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fun to play around with I got these as a gift about a month and a half ago, and while I originally planned to wait until I'd tried all the nibs out, I've had enough experience with two out of three that I thought I'd go ahead and give my two cents. The broad nib is nice and juicy—maybe not quite the fire hose that a Goulet nib is, but I also didn't heat-set the feed on this nib (see Brian's video on that). In both my Konrad and Ahab pens, this writes and draws pretty well; I prefer it for writing, as I don't feel I have the line control I want when drawing with a broad nib. It seems to sit a little "flat" (not sure the best term for it) in the grip section, that is, it doesn't seem to hug the curve of the section as well as other nibs I've tried in the pens (Noodler's and Goulet). The flex without tipping is, well, the most fun drawing nib I've used. The warning about potential skipping when writing also extends to drawing long lines, in my experience, so if your style is long, sinuous lines, these might not be ideal for you. But forming lines out of quick strokes, with subtle hatching and turn-on-a-dime line variation—oh, yeah! Try this nib! I kept meaning to switch to the non-flex untipped nib in this set, but the flex is just too fun. I keep thinking of buying more Konrads just so I can keep these nibs in pens all the time!
Date published: 2014-12-14
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