Kaweco AL-Sport in Grey with medium nib. I shared some photos of this pen yesterday, since it’s my newest purchase. I just really like it, so it’s Pen of the Day, too.
This one has a very nice medium nib. It’s narrower than the medium nib on my Pelikan M400 White Tortoise, which you can compare here. I’m using the Kaweco with a wetter ink than the Pelikan, too.
I’ve got my new AL-Sport inked with Waterman Blue Black, now sold under the name of Mysterious Blue. Waterman Blue Black is a traditional blue black with a greenish tint. It’s not perfect. It’s not an ink for a dry pen, because the color looks better with more ink flow. And on some lower quality paper the ink color can lighten with time. But Waterman Blue Black is very feather resistant, it won’t show through poor quality paper, and it’s a wet ink that works with most pens.
I use either Waterman Serenity Blue or Blue Black with every newly purchased pen. That way I can tell right away how the nib writes. This one writes a little bit wet and is super smooth.