Average Customer Review
5 out of 5 people found the following review helpful
Excellent pen and a worthy...
, October 12, 2013
Excellent pen and a worthy replacement for the Morning Glory Mach 2 which was my
favorite rollerball which JetPens no longer sells, at least as of this date.
The Mach 2 was very popular and ranked first in the JetPen popularity ranking
and it had many excellent reviews.
Mach 2 vs. Mach 3
As far as appearance, the Mach 3 is a completely different design from the Mach
2. The Mach 3 is lighter with a much fancier overall design with a shiny clip
and a clear plastic section. I liked the understated look of the Mach 2
Thankfully the Mach 3 has the same super smooth nib that the Mach 2 was famous
for. Although the Mach 3 is now .38 vs. the Mach 2 which was .40. I was
surprised at how noticeable the difference in line width is, at least on high
quality Clairefontaine paper. The Mach 3 line is much thinner, which for me is
perfect and I prefer it to the old Mach 2 .40 line width. Amazing that such a
small difference in rollerball size can be this noticeable...maybe it's just
I think the price is the same as the old Mach 2. So the Morning Glory pens
continue to be a bargain for such a smooth nib with excellent ink flow.
If you liked the Mach 2, you will like the Mach 3, assuming you like a thinner
line and don't mind the slightly fancier look and slightly lighter feel. Still
the best needle point rollerball, in my opinion. Hope this helps.
1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful
Great all around Roller...
, November 6, 2013
Great all around Roller Ball Pen.
If you need to fill up the cart for that free shipping.
Toss this one in.
Writes slightly, but...
, May 2, 2014
Writes slightly, but noticeably finer than my .35mm Pentel Energel. Slightly
scratchy, which some consider to be a negative but I don't necessarily. Writes
very nice overall.
The color -
Blue-black, just like the picture, but only in bright lighting. Looks pretty
much like plain black in dim lighting. A fun alternative to black or blue in a
professional setting where black and blue are the only acceptable colors. I
don't think anyone will have a problem with you writing in this color.
Pretty nice pen. my only...
, April 5, 2014
Pretty nice pen. my only complaint is that when you are writing, it has a sort
of scratchy feel on the paper.