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Pilot Ageless Future Gel Ink Pen - 0.7 mm - Copper Body - PILOT 61041
  Wonderful pen to use..., July 16, 2014
By wayned28
Wonderful pen to use and would like another in a different color. Will JetPens be offering it in other colors like 'matte black', purple, etc.? Other merchants do, but I want to buy from JetPens.
Kuretake Fudebiyori Pocket Color Brush Pen - 12 Color Set - KURETAKE CBK-55-12V
  By far my favorite brush..., July 16, 2014
By jselway
By far my favorite brush markers. Like them better than tombow dual brush.. Much better control. Wish there were more colors though.
Kokuyo Enpitsu Mechanical Pencil - 1.3 mm - Black Body - KOKUYO PS-P101D-1P
  I love this thing. I..., July 15, 2014
By qui...
I love this thing. I just made a Jet Pens purchase of marriage-threatening proportions, which included some really nice writers...and this. I've probably used this most so far. It's a simple mechanical pencil/lead holder which feels great in the hand, and paints out a silky smooth, 1.33mm fat line of dark graphite. It's kind of like a dry erase marker, and makes jotting on any piece of paper feel like brainstorming at a white board. Highly recommended.
Staedtler 925-25 Silver Series Drafting Pencil - 0.5 mm - STAEDTLER 92525-05
  for me best pencil, better..., July 15, 2014
By radojko.andric
for me best pencil, better then rotring 600, best grip
Kuretake Waterbrush - Petit Set - KURETAKE KG205-80
  This brush is perfectly..., July 15, 2014
By djkhimtaka
This brush is perfectly sized to fit into my custom watercolor travel kit! The bottle, not so much, but I figure I can carry that in my pocket along with my mini art book. The bristles are soft and short, giving nicely controlled strokes. The tip is not very fine, but it's fine enough to create some details along with broader strokes.

The only thing that keeps this from getting a full five stars is that the water is not completely secured into the body when the brush is inserted into it. Natural water tension will keep the water from pouring out of the hole, even when held upside down. But some drops will come out when you give it a firm shake. I'm not sure how well it holds up when rattled around in the sketch kit, and I'm not willing to test it empty (because that's not realistic of how it would be normally carried) nor full, because I don't want my paints to get wet and leak everywhere in the event water does get shaken out. So to be an absolutely perfect product, I'd like to have some kind of slip cap to go over the end. (Of course, you could always fashion one out of an empty ink bladder or waterballoon, something like that.)