Really sorry about the awkward drawing in the video. I remember when I taught English, many of my students would make mistakes that turned their sentences into innuendo. I would try not to laugh and I think what happens to my drawings is punishment for all those times I did laugh. :-/
Anyway, onto the pen. It’s a nice substantial large pen available in many colours with gold trim. It’s a cigar pen made of lacquered metal–possibly brass. It’s heavy but not too heavy. I didn’t find it too fatiguing for longer writing sessions. It looks nice and classy and doesn’t look like a cheap pen at all.
The nib is a number 6 steel medium and performs well with its plastic feed. Mine has a tiny burr on the cross stroke but nothing a bit of micromesh or figure 8s on a brown paper bag couldn’t take care of. I like that the nibs are easily swapable with loose nibs of the same size by pulling out the friction fit nib and feed. Makes the pen very versatile.
It comes with a much better converter than Jinhaos I’ve used in the past making this total package one of the best values I’ve seen. Do you have one? Are you a fan? Gonna get one? Let me know in the comments.