Pentel Selfit Ballpoint Pen - 0.7 mm - Sky Blue Grip

Pentel Selfit Ballpoint Pen - 0.7 mm - Sky Blue Grip

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Japanese students have long been subject to intense writing periods, thus the development of many squishy ergonomic gel grips. The Selfit grip contains over 4000 gel beads and pieces to create an ergonomic grip that molds to your hand. It can maintain that shape even after you let go, giving your hands comfort that is perfectly customizable to you. The grip can re-align into a new shape with each new hold. Available in different grip colors for happy studying.

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This pen is awesome....
September 2, 2009
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This pen is awesome. Not only does it look good, the grip works well, too. It fits any size to relax your fingers and let's you write very smoothly. It is amazing. I would recommend this pen to major pen collector's and people who have just started collecting.
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The service was amazing...
July 13, 2010
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The service was amazing I got my pens in no time. This is a beautiful pen the product is just as it says it is in the other reviews. It does not disappoint. Interesting grip and although beautiful does not compare to the Dr. Grip Center of Gravity series in writing comfort depth and smoothness of ink, that being said I will now order this same pen in the pink. :)
I primarily got this...
August 24, 2009
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I primarily got this due to the gel grip. It does hold the shape of my fingers well although I can feel the metal barrel. I expected far more gel material. I have a Unibal Signo Premier pen and the gel grip on that is far superior. The writing itself is wonderful for a ballpoint. It writes very smoothly and more similar to a gel ink than a ballpoint. If you hate ballpoint and love the smooth writing of a gel then get this pen. At least with ballpoint pens you won't get that sudden "pen stops working" out of nowhere that you do get with most gel ink pens.