A.G. Spalding & Bros Hexagonal Body Ballpoint Pen - 0.7 mm - Silver Body

A.G. Spalding & Bros Hexagonal Body Ballpoint Pen - 0.7 mm - Silver Body

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When you're looking for a fine ballpoint pen with a subtle and refined look, this A.G. Spalding & Brothers Hexagonal pen hits a home run. The pen has a unique geometric shape for ergonomic handling and writes in a fine 0.7 mm line. Ink glides across the paper and is waterproof. Navy and silver body colors as well as black and blue refills are available.

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Bulkier than it looks....
March 23, 2010
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Bulkier than it looks. Not bad if you want a thick barrel, but definitely more than i expected looking at it. Click action feels a little loose, but the pen writes well enough. Decent material, but it took less than two days of use for the barrel to start looking dirty (though it seems to clean easily). So all in all, a good pen, but probably a bit overpriced.
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October 9, 2013
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WARNING!! DON'T BUY THIS PEN!! I ordered two of these pens, and they both failed on me miserably after one month. One pen broke mechanically and stopped protracting the nib out, rendering it worthless. The second pen began leaking black ink everywhere, damaging my desk and clothing. I had to throw away some beloved desk accessories as a result of the leaking ink. The pen looks nice when you first get it, and the hexagonal body makes it easy to hold. But the pens are manufactured poorly and don't last. I have requested a full refund with JetPens on this order and am willing to send these both back to them. So far, I have not heard anything back yet. I will never buy AG Spalding pens ever again in my life. What a disaster!
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Update: I have had this...
October 13, 2011
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Update: I have had this pen for a over a month now. I decided to convert the pen to use Parker refills. You need to drill the pen tip to so the Parker refill will fit into it. Next, remove the plastic end of the Parker refill, but plug the end flush to the refill end. Finally you may need to cut the spring in half. Now I have an awesome pen that will accept Parker refills.
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Great use for note taking...
February 3, 2016
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Great use for note taking in lectures or writing notes on the go.
A good pen, with a nice...
October 14, 2013
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A good pen, with a nice balanced weight and feel. My main complaint is the very fine line -- this 0.7 mm is finer than others. I ordered a blue Zebra F series refill for it, but that only comes in fine, which is a bit scratchy. I wish JetPens could offer some 1.0 mm Zebra refills, but they only seem to come in fine.