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I got one of these about...
, February 21, 2014
I got one of these about a year ago. It's a fine pen. I really like the look and
feel of it. The ink cartridge is pretty okay, as well. I'm not a massive fan of
rollerballs, but this one is perfectly serviceable. The problem with the pen is
that the knock is tricky. If you don't press it just right it won't stay down.
There's a little hole in the barrel that the end of the clip has to set in to,
and it won't do that unless you press it just right. It's not hard to learn, but
if you hand it to someone who doesn't know the trick they will be frustrated by
it. Problem, or fun party-trick.
The box that the pen comes in is pretty awesome. I keep it on my desk to display
the pen. It kinda looks like a rocketship.
| This is a pen I enjoy...
, May 20, 2014
This is a pen I enjoy a good deal, it writes nice and black, looks interesting,
feels good in-hand. I have had a few of these over the years, and the only
slight flaw is the unique knock system does not always click into place, so that
instead of just pushing on the back of the knock, you kind of have to slide your
thumb down the side of the clip/knock and push it into position so that it stays
"knocked," extended. Besides THAT, it writes smoothly, I really love the ink
and the body.
| I got this pen a few...
, March 21, 2014
I got this pen a few days ago. I haven't spend a lot of time with it. But what
ive seen so far, is that this is not your average pre pack roller pen. This is a
pen that has a unique feel to it. Im not sure what makes it feel so different.i
guess its a combination of the body feel, and refill glide..but whatever it is,
this pen is a looker. Everyone who seen it, asked me about it. I tell them
jetpens.com. And only $10.50 not bad for a Lamy. If u buy this pen, you will