This pen is awesome! Even though its a little bit on the pricey side, it's
definitely worth it! The design is functional, and it has a really good weight
to it when you're writing. My advice for refills would be to buy the Platinum
Pen refills. It's the same pen refill for half the cost and with better ink. The
ink in the refills that this pen comes with is a little uneven and clumps a lot
when you write. Where as the Platinum ones are smoother and write more evenly.
Spending 75.00 on this pen is definitely money well spent!
This pen is solidly constructed and very nice multi-pen. I have a bit of an
addiction to multi-pens, and this is one of many that I own. The Metaphys Locus
3Way is among my favorites due to the stock cartridges laying nice lines and the
overall amazing design. The pen has a comfortable heft to it. I like the feature
of having an eraser handy. (I think the eraser is a feature that is unique to
this multi-pen only)
Pros: Quality Design Function
Cons: Likely to get stolen Price
Other Thoughts: I really like the Metaphys Locus 3Way and will be buying a white one soon. If you like this or multi-pens in general also check out: Zebra Sharbo LT3 and CB8 series (twist select 2pen 1pencil) Zebra ESB/Emulsion D1 Refills Skillcraft B3 (twist select 2pen 1pencil) Ohto MF-20K3A (gravity select 2pen 1pencil)
This is my second time buying this since I lost the first one I had. It's a nice
all in one pen but it is a bit on the pricey side. If people are looking for an
alternative, I'd recommend searching for the Aviator Pen B3, it's made my
Skilcraft. They are both very similar in design and function although I like the
Locus's curve clip. Overall a good pen, although I do wish it was cheaper.
It seems like a great pencil, but it is overpriced. On Metaphys' website, they
list it as ¥5,250 (about 58 dollars). Though it has the convenience of a
pencil, pen, and eraser, the price point is just simply too high.
I thought it looked nice in the preview images, but when I received it - woah.
My inner architect is having a field day! Gorgeous form and function, the switch
mechanism works smoothly as butter, and the metal body feels nice and gives the
reassurance that it probably won't break in a fall. The only setbacks are that
there isn't a set "closed" setting - the tips retract in between the various
tools, and it *might* accidentally pop out if you nudge the pen. The matte paint
job also seems like it would scratch easily (as noted in the description), and
of course the pen's weighty price point. Regardless, I love it.