However, what the Anyball is most famous for is its comfortable and firm rubber grip. In fact, many pen enthusiasts end up picking apart the Anyball in order to use its grip with other writing instruments. The grip is especially popular among pen spinners, who weight their pen mods with this excellent grip. To find out more about pen spinning, check out this JetPens pen spinning video:
|Model Number||DONGA ANYBALL 16 BLUE|
|Diameter - Grip||11 mm|
|Diameter - Max||11 mm|
|Length - Extended||14.1 cm|
|Length - Retracted||14.3 cm|
|Pre-Installed Ink Color||Blue|
|Tip Length||5 mm|
|Tip Size||1.6 mm|
April 17, 2012
the ink doesn't come...
the ink doesn't come out. The pen can't write at all!!
February 6, 2010
I love thick nib pens,...
I love thick nib pens, but I'm learning they tend to skip a lot in the ink while writing. This pen skips less than the Uni Laknock I reviewed, but it still does skip. The blue is a nice prominent blue but the ink is not solid enough to make it a pen I would write anything professional or of quality with.
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February 25, 2012
this pen skips & blobs...
this pen skips & blobs like crazy! however...here's my review for it in the 0.7 & 1.0....
it feels great in the hand, though it's not very pretty. it's just your average looking pen. that's a bummer, but it's still the best writing pen i have every used! and the name of it makes me chuckle! i have the 0.7, 1.0, & the 1.6. the 0.7 is a great fine tip pen...good ink flow & smooth writing. the 1.0 is my very, very, very favorite pen. which is insane because i never use bold tip pens! i'm a huge fan of the fine point...but this pen is the absolute bomb!!! it makes my writing style amazing! the ink flow is perfect, it writes incredibly smooth, & i love the color of blue it writes with. the 1.6 is crap. it leaves ink blobs pretty bad. i gave that sucka away! go with the 1.0...it's the best there ever was!