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Yes, the pen clip has...
, October 3, 2011
Yes, the pen clip has a pretty tight grip on the pen, but you have to hold on to
the round part (the part that's wrapped around the pen) when you want to clip it
to something thicker than a few sheets of paper.
The clip itself (err..the "tail" part, meaning the section that you actually use
to clip the pen to other things) is very strong, so you really have to push it
up to attach it to things. Of course, this means the clip has a strong grip, but
that's not very useful when your pen goes flying off in the process of clipping
it to something else.
The first time I tried to clip my Kaweco pen to a notebook, that happened and I
nearly had a heart attack before catching my pen in mid-air.
I guess the trick is to hold on to your pen by the round part of the clip before
clipping it to other things...to ensure that the entire pen gets clipped, not
just the pen clip.
Otherwise, it's shiny, pretty, and totally adjustable between Kaweco pens!
(Sorry for the excessive use of the word "clip". I couldn't think of a better
synonym...hope this makes sense as a review, too.)
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Good addition to the...
, June 12, 2011
Good addition to the sport model. The clip doesn't slide off the pen easily,
which is the only thing I feared, so I don't have to worry about losing it when
clipped to something. Nice quality metal as well.
| A purely aesthetic addition....
, December 20, 2011
A purely aesthetic addition. And, while it is quite pleasing in that regard,
the clip is almost completely non-functional as a practical matter. Nothing
actually serves to secure it to the pen when you exert pressure. Which is fine,
if you are buying it just for the image. And I rather like the look of the pen
with the clip, actually. It gives off a more complete look. And, for the
price, it is worth it. Match clip to nib.