Nikko G Nib

Item Code: N113
$1.55
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N113. Nikko G Nib.

These nibs from Japan are hand cut, extremely smooth, and long-lasting. They are chrome plated and have a medium flex. Great for Spencerian. Smooth writing with no burrs or scratchiness. Highly recommended by Michael Sull.

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Nikko G Nob
Aug 5, 2012  |  By Robert Harrison
As a beginner with fine point, I declare this nib as a phenom--and nothing short of it. It is an immensely smooth nib in any direction--especially those upward strokes. Also, it has a wide tine spread. I shall be purchasing more.


great all-round nib
Jan 9, 2013  |  By Callum
this is a wonderful nib to use, smooth writting in ANY direction and makes perfect hairlines . has a nice spread with a good flex. Great for beginners.


Great nib.
Mar 18, 2013  |  By Samuel Walter
This nib works perfectly for fast informal writing as it almost never catches on the paper. It also has a nice amount of flex. However, it does not work nearly as well for formal writing.


Best for Drawing, Texture, Delicate
Oct 21, 2015  |  By Zach Kramer
I like this nib because it is capable of creating extremely thin lines. Compared to the Zebra G it produces much thinner hairlines. Excellent for drawing fur and hair textures. For writing, I don't feel that the thinness of the Nikko G is necessary, the Zebra G will produce a more uniform line at it's thinnest. The Nikko G gets so thin that I can sketch very lightly before laying down my final lines, and if I do a water wash over the original sketch lines, they just dissolve completely (using water soluble ink). I ordered 3 different G nibs and the Nikko G was the only one that worked right away without needing broken in or cleaned.


My first Nib
Nov 20, 2016  |  By Bev
I'm so glad I had listened to others stating that the Nikko G is great for beginners. I find it writes unbelievable thin lines and just enjoy practicing with it.