Pilot Fure Fure BeatNic 2 Color 0.7 mm Ballpoint Multi Pen + 0.5 mm Pencil - Blue Body

Pilot Fure Fure BeatNic 2 Color 0.7 mm Ballpoint Multi Pen + 0.5 mm Pencil - Blue Body

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The Fure Fure Beatnic Multi Pen is a new take on multi-pens by Pilot. It has a few new and improved features that are different from typical Japanese multi-pens. The multi-pen features a 0.5 mm shakermechanical pencil, and a black and red ballpoint pen in one. The shaker function gives you the option of comfortably pushing the top cap or shaking the pen body to extend pencil lead. An internal weight moves with the shakes to extend the lead automatically for you. The pen uses the famous silicon rubber Dr. Grip that has been engineered to fit comfortably in your hands. The pen also features a spring based binder clip, which allows you to clip the instrument onto thicker objects without breaking the clip. Available in multiple body colors.

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A gift for an aunt. The...
June 22, 2015
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A gift for an aunt. The grip is just like a Dr. Grip, which I prefer to the overly squishy ones. The tabs make it easier to select the pen color/pencil option. The only possible issue would be that the majority of the pen's weight is focused at the tip while the far end is much lighter; if you prefer the pen's weight to be evenly distributed throughout, this pen might bug you. However, it does write quite well.
REVISION (from review...
October 8, 2009
REVISION (from review on black body) --- This pens barrel, based on my use at my desk, is prone to cracking, and making the pen unusable. This may be because of the increased barrel weight if it is dropped. This pen has become non functioning after limited desk use, due to barrel cracking by a drop of 3' (desk height onto vinyl flooring).

Good while it lasted, but it did not last long. My Zebra was well over a year and still going.