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Got it and I'm good with...
, July 26, 2010
Got it and I'm good with it. I have all the colors except one and they are cool
pens to have. I'm a pen freak...seriously...so I don't use just one pen all the
time, when I'm on shift at work I switch pens mostly for the enjoyment factor
and because I have ALOT of pens. Anyway this would not be rated #1 in the
comfort factor the grip is not the best, but let me also say that this green is
way more awsome in person, fresh and bright, really nice. I wouldn't take notes
all day or chart with this all night at work but I would buy it again for sure,
that's why I own four. :)
| When I first received...
, June 29, 2013
When I first received this pen ( I purchased it in the blue), I wasn't sure if
it was going to work out. I have a really sensitive index finger, from years of
hard writing. In any case, I abandoned it for a while, and then decided to use
it. It takes the fingers some getting used to--the soft part has to adjust to
your finger shape--but now I love this pen. I love it so much that I got it in
the lime yellow green. I am very satisfied.
| This pen was disappointing....
, May 21, 2009
This pen was disappointing. The grip's "squishiness" does feel cool, but it's
not squishy enough - there's not enough cushioning. When I use the pen, I grip
it and pretty much feel the inner plastic barrel part of the grip. If I hold the
pen w/ a lighter grip, it's no so much of a problem. But, I'd still expect a pen
designed to have an ergonomic grip to have a better, more cushioned grip.
But it's still worth checking out. I guess the trick is to try to not squeeze
the grip too tight. It is fun to roll the pen around in your hand and feel the
"give" of the grip area (it doesn't feel like beads, though).
I also like the green color, and the orange one looks great, too. But I've seen
better ergo grips from Pentel (Ergonomix, Ergotwist, and Flex-Fit II), and I
hope their future ergo-grip pens will be more ergo!