Pentel Standard Brush Pen - Super Fine Tip

Pentel Standard Brush Pen - Super Fine Tip

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4.4 (14 reviews)
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Asia's long history of chinese calligraphy and drawing make it a great source for quality brush pens.  These brush pens from Pentel feature nylon brush tips and are filled with aqueous dye-based inks that are great  for painting or sketching on the go.  Flexible nibs allow varying line widths and are easily refilled with black or gray color cartridges. 

The Pentel Standard Brushes differ according to the denseness of the brush tips. For example, the Tsumi tip is more densely packed than Suki tip (meaning it has more hair). If we rank the tips in terms of thickness, they would be: Medium > Tsumi > Suki > Super Fine.

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I purchased one of these...
June 18, 2010
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I purchased one of these a while ago and I must say: this is the best brush pen I have used. This is vs. the following pens which I have also purchased: PENTEL XGFKP-A, KURETAKE DT140-13C, TOMBOW GCD-111, and PENTEL XFL2L (each is a jetpens product code).

Even though this pen doesn't have nearly as many glowing reviews as the Pentel Pocket Brush Pen [PENTEL XGFKP-A] has (as of 6/18/2010), it's performance is far superior.

The flow of the ink can be increased by squeezing the soft, plastic ink cartridge that makes up most of this pen's length. This allows one to make very thin, fully-saturated lines by squeezing the cartridge before drawing and allowing the brush tip to become fully wet with ink.

With a steady hand, the tip provides great line control with a wide range of thicknesses that make brush pens such a pleasure to use.

Another plus is that there is a wide range of ink cartridge colors available when the ink runs out (although as of the time of this review, jetpens only carries black).

If there is one issue with the pen, it's that it may be considered a tad too long for some (maybe an inch longer than the Pentel Pocket Brush) but if this is not a problem for you, you've just found an amazing brush pen.
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I've owned this previously...
July 28, 2011
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I've owned this previously and am just replacing one that got lost, but overall I have no issues with this brush. I in general use rapidograph ink instead of what comes with it, as I don't think it's dark enough but even that process takes very little time or effort. The size is also much better for my use than the larger sizes available. it's a versatile tool that gives great variation of line.
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Fun to use...
October 27, 2015
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Fun to use
I love this. It's easy...
August 10, 2015
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I love this. It's easy to use. It can be a dry brush or a wet brush depending on how much ink you squeez to the tip. The bristles stay in shape, and it's a good size for small and large lettering or drawing. The only draw back is that it isn't waterproof ink. That would make it a 5.
super in love with it......
July 3, 2015
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super in love with it... it was a scary ordeal trying to get the ink into the pen but once it was all set up it was great!! it's pretty waterproof as well, which is a huge plus
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