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Black Samurai Shura Fountain Pen

Black Samurai Shura Fountain Pen

Regular price $ 17.00 USD
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Introducing the Nebula Black Samurai Shura Fountain Pen, the ultimate writing instrument for those who appreciate style and quality. This exquisite pen is designed with a sleek, all-black finish that exudes sophistication and elegance. Crafted with attention to detail and using only the finest materials, this pen is a true work of art.

The Nebula Black Samurai Shura Fountain Pen features a smooth-writing nib that effortlessly glides across the page, delivering a flawless and precise stroke every time. Whether you're writing a letter, jotting down notes, or signing important documents, this pen will elevate your writing experience to new heights.

This fountain pen is not just a writing instrument, it's a statement piece. The black color of the pen is both bold and timeless, making it perfect for any occasion. The pen's design is inspired by the samurai warriors of ancient Japan, paying homage to their precision and skill. The pen's name, Shura, means "warrior" in Japanese, further emphasizing the pen's strength and durability.

Made with the highest quality materials, the Nebula Black Samurai Shura Fountain Pen is built to last. The pen is constructed with a durable metal body that can withstand daily use and wear. The pen's cap securely snaps into place to prevent ink from leaking, and the pen comes with a converter that allows you to use your favorite bottled ink.

Nib size: 0.5mm

🚚 Shipping Information

We provide insured and tracked shipping for every order. The estimated delivery times after shipment are as follows: USA: 3-7 business days, UK: 7-18 business days, Australia: 7-18 business days, Canada: 7-18 business days, Europe: 7-18 business days, Rest of the world: 14-20 business days.

📦 Return Policy

We have a strong affection for our products, and we believe that you will share the same sentiment. Therefore, we are providing a 30-Day Trial, free from any risks. If you are not fully satisfied with the outcome, we will reimburse you.

📔 Mini Beginner's Fountain Pen Guide

A lot of people think of fountain pens as archaic, inconvenient, or downright intimidating. But as soon as you first use a fountain pen, you realize that they’re really not that different from any other pen. Just touch tip to paper and write.



1) Unscrew the pen’s grip section from the barrel and grab the ink cartridge.


2) Insert the sealed end of the cartridge into the grip section until the seal is punctured and the cartridge slides firmly into place. The sealed end is usually the narrower end (but not always!), and it will be sealed with either a thin plastic membrane or a small plastic ball.


3) Reassemble the pen. It can take a while for the ink to fully saturate the pen, so don’t worry if it doesn’t start writing right away.


Many fountain pens can also use bottled fountain pen ink using either a built-in filling system or a cartridge-shaped device called a converter. Many people prefer bottled inks over cartridges because they come in far more colors and are cheaper in the long run.




Hold the pen so that the nib is above the feed and at about a 45 degree angle to the paper. It won’t write well if you hold it upside down or at too high or low of an angle.

Also, try not to twist the pen clockwise or counterclockwise in your hand. The tips of the two nib tines need to rest evenly on the page as you write. Otherwise the ink slit between them will lose contact with the page and cause the pen to skip or stop writing altogether.




Fountain pens need a lot less writing pressure than a ballpoint or gel pen. In fact, too much pressure will prevent fountain pens from writing well and can even damage them. Many fountain pens can write without any pressure at all, while others require just a tiny bit of pressure.


Fountain pens should always be capped or retracted when you aren’t using them. Otherwise, the ink in the nib will dry out and the pen won’t work the next time you use it.

If your nib ever does dry out, you can usually get it writing again by scribbling for a bit or adding a drop of water to the nib to rehydrate the ink.




Over time, fountain pens get clogged up with tiny paper fibers and microscopic bits of dust and dried ink. We recommend cleaning your pen every 1–2 months for best performance.




Although writing with a fountain pen isn’t all that different from writing with any other pen, it can still take a bit of practice before it feels natural. We also recommend experimenting with a variety of inks, papers, and writing styles to see what works best for you and your pen.

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