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This writes about as...
June 7, 2011
This writes about as fine as the pilot penmenship, but is a thousand times smoother. And you can't beat the convenience of the retractable nib. It is a bit pricey, but you do indeed get what you pay for. And by that I mean you get A LOT
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I got this pen because...
November 14, 2012
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I got this pen because it is retractable. However, due to the price point I'm hesitant to take it to work (where I need the convenience of a retractable pen). The pink Capless Decimo writes smoothly, but I think the Pilot Cavalier may have a finer line. The clip near the grip is not in my way. The shape of the pen and the shiny finish makes my fingers slip (even with very dry hands). The Capless Decimo is a good pen, but I prefer to use the Cavalier.
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Oh my! This is such a...
July 19, 2012
Oh my! This is such a nice pen - I own one Pilot Vanishing Point but never really use it because the grip is slightly larger than I like. This pen uses the exact same nib insert as the Vanishing Point but is better balanced. Love It!!! If Pilot would introduce this size in the States I honestly believe it would sell as well as the Vanishing Point but thank goodness JetPens is here to take care of that void!
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I love the pen but the...
May 14, 2016
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I love the pen but the Fine nib is more like Medium. I have a Vanishing Point bought several years ago. That Fine nib produces a markedly thinner line than this new one. I read that nib sections should be transferable between pens, but the old nib section is just too wide to work properly in the new, slimmer designed pen. Do you have the Extra Fine nibs?
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