Pentel Vicuna Ballpoint Pen - 0.7 mm - Blue Body - Blue Ink

Pentel Vicuna Ballpoint Pen - 0.7 mm - Blue Body - Blue Ink

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3.3 (6 reviews)
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The Vicuna is Pentel's smoothest ballpoint pen yet. It features an extremely low coefficient of friction thanks to a special ink lubricant and new ink color technology. The pigment in the ink is highly concentrated, allowing for smooth writing while maintaining a dark and shiny color. Refills are available.

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This pen writes very...
July 3, 2011
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This pen writes very boldly and smoothly, but it globs too easily. Also, when I use it to write notes on adding machine tape, the ink bleeds a little bit, so that the ink becomes slightly "blurred" after a day. On regular paper it doesn't do that, though. I prefer the Pilot Acroball; it's almost as bold, writes even more smoothly, and doesn't glob.
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These pens write really...
January 21, 2013
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These pens write really smoothly and the ink is very dark. I think the pen body is really well made for this price point also. The downside? Glob blob glob. The ink blobs up really easily compared to Uni's Jetstream ink refills which are similarly smooth and dark but do not blob at all.
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Does not write like a...
March 24, 2016
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Does not write like a ballpoint.
Oops, correction on my...
November 15, 2010
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Oops, correction on my last review. You can refill it. You just need to unscrew from the top.
Smoother writer. Barrel...
November 15, 2010
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Smoother writer. Barrel is closer to a purple than a blue. I think it's not as smooth as Surari but the ink it lays down is crispy and the writing is smooth. I don't like all the detailing on the barrel though. There's this marbling pattern and the seams make it look cheap. It's also not refillable; at least I couldn't find a way to unscrew it.

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