| I LOVE this pen, it's...
, March 3, 2013
I LOVE this pen, it's very tiny and produces very crisp, clear and clean lines.
Although I wouldn't highly recommend it for people who have bad 'posture' or
grip on pens (it's a tight woodcase body, so not to comfortable in hand if you
tightly hold it), I would recommend it to anyone who wants small lines, one
downfall is the rate at which it loses ink, in one week it has already lost half
of its cartridge. Maybe it's just my obsessive use for it. Thumbs up.
| An update from three...
, July 19, 2011
An update from three weeks later: the more I use it the more I like it. It is
writing smoother on regular paper, leaves no globs, and is a still a nice small
pen in my hand. I am on the JetPens site specifically to order another one in
case I leave this one somewhere!
| This pen is a nice petite...
, July 5, 2011
This pen is a nice petite body style to fit in my purse or pen case, but it has
a tendency to be scratchy. It writes much more smoothly on my Kokuyo Campus
Todai and Campus MIO papers than on regular American paper. So for those of you
who write primarily on beautiful smooth papers this pen will work just fine--for
those who don't you might have trouble with it cutting out. Another new pen I
got this week was the Pilot Acroball Smooth Writing Ballpoint .5mm. It has the
styling of a regular ballpoint pen (not like the metal of the Pieni) and the .5
tip is noticeably bigger--but it writes beautifully on any paper and is still
quite nice for those who like thin lines.