Making its seventh time into my rotation is the very pretty M101N Bright Red SE. This pen is the latest edition in the retro-looking M101N range. This range seems to be on a two-year release cycle so there should be a new due next year.
M101N nibs are so pure, retro, and of excellent quality. This extra fine was the nib that came with this pen, and unlike a lot of my newer Pelikan extra fine nib, it is true to size.
I am continuing my trek through the range Kyo No Oto inks with their No1 nurebairo making its way into use. I read on the 'net this ink described as a black ink for people who dislike black inks. It is not a true black but has a bluish undertone. This fine nib probably doesn’t show this ink at its best.