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Works amazing for my...
April 23, 2014
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Works amazing for my business statistics class!
I had to write a lot of small formulas in small areas of worksheets, and this pen allowed me to do just that! It effortlessly writes, and with the .38 tip, it's not too small, very readable, very weightless , doesn't take much to write a perfect line, and enables you to write A LOT! I used it the entire class for one semester and the ink level isn't even down to the view window yet!

I will definitely be purchasing more of these! And for $2 what is there to loose? Highly recommended for students! Very sturdy needle-point tip too!
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I ordered these as a...
March 7, 2014
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I ordered these as a replacement to my beloved Mach II pen. And I can say that this pen is just as good as the Mach 2s if not better. It is my FAVORITE for every day writing. I love thin, precise lines, which keep my work notes neat. As a lefty I constantly struggle with smudging but this pen delivers with ZERO smudging.
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This is an example of...
November 28, 2013
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This is an example of an even further improvement to an already-existing great product. The first two Machs were wonderful pens themselves. Yes, maybe wrote a tad thick on certain papers with some ink spread on the steno pad I generally use, but now this model eliminates any unwanted line thickness. The result on paper appears like a gel pen. And with a nice spacy modern look. Those Koreans really know what they're doing. Pilot and Uniball have no match! Nice work.
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I was down to 2 of the...
November 21, 2013
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I was down to 2 of the 4 Morning Glory pens that I bought over a year ago, and since the mach 2 were no longer available I decided to just buy every color available. (Blue Black was sold out)
Well I must say the new pens are outstanding. As compared to the mach 2 I would say there is little difference in the line width, There might be a small reduction in ink flow, but that's fine since the older version would sometimes leak out a bit.
The green color seems to be a little lighter as compared to the previous one.
The same goes for the purple.
While not completely water proof, it usually takes a day for notes I write on my hand to disappear.
As compared to the newly introduced pilot .01 oil ink drawing pen, I'd say the .38 morning glory has about the same size line.
Since I have working Morning Glory pens that are 2 years old, I'm expecting long life.
Great product.

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This pen is incredibly...
November 16, 2013
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This pen is incredibly sensitive to pressure. You barely need any force on your hand to make a nice clean line. The pen has a great weight to it (although the more you draw with it, the lighter it gets because of the ink reservoir). Price is great, and the ink in this baby will last a LONG time too. Very worth it.
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This is actually my second...
August 13, 2015
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This is actually my second time buying this pen. The first time I ordered it, the pen leaked all over my hands. But I liked the tip and the body of the pen was so comfortable in my hand, so I ordered another one, along with the blue version. This pen is awesome. It's well balanced, my writing is dark and thin. Absolutely no smudging!
Excellent pen with good...
July 16, 2015
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Excellent pen with good feel and good ink flow.....A+
Excellent quality....
July 6, 2015
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Excellent quality.
I bought this pen maybe...
June 27, 2015
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I bought this pen maybe a month or 2 ago and when i first got it, it seemed to work pretty well, the ink flowed nicely, the body was cool looking. I was really looking forward to using it to take notes and work on assignments. However, one day, maybe a couple of weeks after I had purchased it, I bought it with me to work on something and while I was waiting for time to work on it, (I was holding it in my hand), I realized there was something wet and saw it was the ink. It had leaked during the time I held it (which hadn't been that long). I thought maybe it was a one time thing and I was ok with it, because I mean, I was only like $2. But then as time went by, every once in a while my hands would get darker and it would be another leak. I was at an event where I could not leave so at the end of it both me and my friend had our hands covered in the ink. After I got home, I put it away and thought maybe it was just a one time thing, maybe I was holding it weirdly therefore making it leak, but even at home, I noticed that there were times when I was using it and when I set it down it would start leaking. I don't know if it was just maybe my luck and got a defect or something else because no one else seems to be having this problem but it was a weird experience with the pen, especially since I had such high hopes for it when I first got it. If it were not for the leaking, this would have been a really nice pen and possibly even a favorite for a while, because the ink was really nice and it didn't take forever to dry.
Oooooooh. I loved the...
June 20, 2015
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Oooooooh. I loved the old Mach IIs and was briefly upset that they had been discontinued, but then I tried this. It is SO good. In both grip and inkflow, it feels like a combination of the Mach II and the late lamented Zebra NR5. Excellent for writing and fine crosshatch work. Also good if (like me) you occasionally find yourself proofreading very fine legal print. I now have black, blue-black, blue, and brown, and am only with the greatest difficulty keeping myself from ordering several dozen more.
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