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Pilot Down Force Ballpoint Pen - 0.7 mm - Yellow Body - Black Ink

Pilot Down Force Ballpoint Pen - 0.7 mm - Yellow Body - Black Ink

$6.75
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2.5 (2 reviews)
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This Pilot Down Force ballpoint pen boasts smooth writing at all angles! This means that you can write upside-down or at any angle and still get consistent ink flow. The pen can even write on wet paper. This is achieved through a unique mechanism at work inside the pen—pressing the top button increases the air pressure at the top of the ink refill, causing the ink to be pushed towards the pen tip. No special pressurized ink refills are necessary—simple Pilot BKRF refills, listed under Recommended Refills/Parts, are compatible. Black ink is included with the pen.

Notes:
• The use of refills other than those listed under Recommended Refills/Parts may cause ink leakage or other malfunctions.
• If ink does not come out when writing, try pressing the top button again.

The pen also features a clip with a sturdy metal spring, ideal for clipping the pen to thick items such as binders. The clip can be used 100,000 times without breaking.

Pushing the top button extends the pen tip, and opening the clip retracts the tip. This ensures that when clipping the pen in your pocket or anywhere else, you do not accidentally leave the tip extended.


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Customer Reviews

It's a study pen, sort...
September 25, 2011
Verified Purchase
It's a study pen, sort of klunky to use. I think the mechanism and clip are too big. Plus, it does not write very smoothly. A disappointing purchase that has gone into the junk box.
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judyk.porter
Pen body is fine. The...
April 3, 2016
Verified Purchase
Pen body is fine. The refill is incredibly inferior. It is very dim and light. I would never recommend it. This seems to be true with most Pilot pens.
mikehamptonpe
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