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Great pen! It writes...
April 8, 2011
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Great pen! It writes really thin and does have a bit lighter shade than your typical black ink. A word of advise: be very careful when replacing the tip or the ink cartridge because you might bend the inner part of tip and cause the ink flow to become scratchy, also do not apply to much pressure to the tip as it cause it to go inside the shaft. Overall this pen is great. I was able to draw a handful of drawings in my 2.5 x 4 in sketchbook with this pen.
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Maybe I got a faulty...
May 27, 2010
Maybe I got a faulty pen, but this does not work at all! It's really scratchy and does not give me a consistent ink flow. I was really excited about this pen and finally decided to spend the 6.75, which is pretty steep for one pen in my opinion, and was really dissatisfied... I wish I would have just stuck with my Microns.
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I have bought this pen...
December 5, 2008
I have bought this pen a long time ago from another site and I am quite happy with it. The nib produces a very thin line as advertised by copic and I love to use it for fine details.

Positive points:
-extra fine nib
-nice metal finish (scratches look utterly ugly on it, though)
-seperately replacable nib and cardridge. If the cardridge is empty, you do not need to replace a working nib. Nice idea!
-copic resistant. You can go over the ink several times without bleeding them out.

Negative points:
-the ink is rather dark brown-ish than black, but it could also be a general problem of fine liners
-sometimes, problems occur when you replace the nib or cardridge. The fine fiber extension of the nib that reaches into the foamy substance of the cardridge tends to bend so that ink flow is not always optimal and sometimes you even have to replace a completely defective nib because of that

All in all, the multiliner is a good inking pen that also suits technical requirements like template work due to the long tubular tip. I would have given it 5/5 if the ink was a little bit darker.
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Like the thinness of...
December 3, 2009
Like the thinness of this pencil, and it is very consistant. Elagant design. The reason it did not receive a 5 is because I feel as though the 0.03mm version somehow has lighter, and less visible ink. If it was a little bit darker, I would have given it a 5, but, I encourage whoever reads this to get this pen.
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This is my first Copic...
October 7, 2010
This is my first Copic pen I ever bought. It's ultra fine, durable and most important it has replaceable nib and cartridge which makes the price reasonable. I'm using it for design sketches and it works marvelous. One important thing about it is that you have to use good quality paper. Great quality pen
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I bought this pen a couple...
April 19, 2016
I bought this pen a couple of years ago (from local art store, not jetpens) and it worked okay for a few days, but it didnt last at all. It has a very inconsistent flow and it is really bad for clean line art. I usually use microns because I have easy access to them, but they are too expensive for the short amount of time they last. That being said, I've been searching for one that will last longer, but this one definitely is not the one. This pen would be good for sketching.
Good heft and great line...
September 16, 2015
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Good heft and great line quality.
Perfect for small writing,...
April 19, 2015
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Perfect for small writing, doesn't bleed through Raymay Davinici sheets. Good for drawing both technical and for fun. Also great for planners and listmaking.
Pen came dry. I inserted...
January 20, 2015
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Pen came dry. I inserted a new ink cartridge and it still would not write. I ended up tossing it away rather than spend more money on it. The larger point sizes above .5mm seem to work better.
It's a very nice pen...
August 19, 2014
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It's a very nice pen and it requires a real feather touch to avoid damaging it. Interestingly enough, the lines the pens produce (the 0.1, the 0.03, and the 0.05) are very similar at first glance, but over time the 0.03 gives a much finer, grayer line. It seems to be the result of looking at the line from a distance. Looking much closer, the line appears quite black.

I did notice my 0.03 was starting to skip a bit and I decided to experiment a bit before giving up on it. Dipping the tip in some water and drying it with a tissue seems to have restored its performance.
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