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Pilot Hi-Tec-C Coleto 2 Color Multi Pen Body Component - Clear

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Pilot Hi-Tec-C Coleto 2 Color Multi Pen Body Component - Clear - PILOT P-LHKC10C-NC
  • Pilot Hi-Tec-C Coleto 2 Color Multi Pen Body Component - Clear - PILOT P-LHKC10C-NC
  • Pilot Hi-Tec-C Coleto 2 Color Multi Pen Body Component - Clear - PILOT P-LHKC10C-NC
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Pen Body Only. Requires Ink Cartridges

Three cheers for the Hi-Tec-C Coleto! This device takes the all-time favorite, the Pilot Hi-Tec-C, and makes it into a multi pen! Now you can pop in any two color cartridges of your choice and customize your pen.

How else can you create your very own multi-pen with cherry pink, apple green and violet ink cartridge colors? It's a perfect way to customize a pen to your taste. Teachers who prefer not to use red ink love this pen, as do lawyers who need to color code facts as they read through documents.


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Frequently Bought Together
Pilot Hi-Tec-C Coleto 2 Color Multi Pen Body Component - Clear - PILOT P-LHKC10C-NC+Pilot Hi-Tec-C Coleto Multi Pen Ink Cartridge - 0.5 mm - Red - PILOT LHKRF-10C5-R
Total Price: $3.85
This item: Pilot Hi-Tec-C Coleto 2 Color Multi Pen Body Component - Clear - $1.65


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Specs
Model NumberPILOT P-LHKC10C-NC
Shipping Weight0.30 oz
Body Color Clear
Body Material Plastic
Cartridge-Compatible Yes
Clip Material Plastic
Clippable Yes
Color Set No
Design Style Customizable - Pen Body Only
Eraser Included Must be purchased separately.
Grip Color Clear
Grip Material Plastic, Rubber
Mechanism Retractable Tabs
Pre-Installed Ink Color Must be purchased separately.
Takes Pencil Component Yes
Tip Material Metal
Tip Size Must be purchased separately.

Reviews
2 people found this helpful
  I disagree with the negative..., August 15, 2009
By avalanchesaint - See all my reviews
I disagree with the negative reviews on this pen. I find it to be light and comfortable to write with. The grip is ridged and allows for you to hold the pen closer to the tip if desired (versus the hi-tec c pens which I find you need to hold up higher due to placement of the grip). The 0.4 ink is great; it also seems to write smoother than the 0.4 hi-tec c pens. For those that want a rubberized grip and wider barrel with more color choices, go for the 3 or 4 color version of this pen.
  This is my favorite multi..., December 10, 2009
By uekitree - See all my reviews
This is my favorite multi pen. I like a fine line and the .3 mm is perfect for me. The ink flow is excellent. The grip is comfortable. And the look is clean. I suggest getting extra refills.
  Nothing special but it..., June 18, 2009
By alikaj.iva - See all my reviews
Nothing special but it is pretty good. Uhh... the one my friend has is an orange and black colored cartridges is very good -- HOWEVER the only problem is that it is thin and sort of hangs on to the paper and wets the other side (on certain types of paper).

Otherwise it is good but it is not anything different from other multi pens! I have the Pentel Hybrid and it is really good and worth buying (it is also a 2 color multipen with red and black cartridges + a 0.5 mechanical pencil) as it is really cheap for multipen + pencils!

However... this is really good and produces a nice color. The ink cartridges run out fast though ):
  I like a 2-color multi-pen...., April 30, 2009
By donminnick - See all my reviews
I like a 2-color multi-pen. I don't need more than 2 colors. The click spring is softer than I would like - it's mushy. Refills don't last long at all. I agree it has a bit of a scratchy writing feel. Overall, an economical multi-pen, and fits the bill for me, but I'd like to find a higer quality alternative.
  I am not sure why these..., April 30, 2009
By breaker021 - See all my reviews
I am not sure why these pens are so popular. the tip almost feels and looks like jagged pieces of metal. regardless of the mm size, it feels as though you are scratching the paper. i bought the multi pen as well as single hi tec c's and they all feel like they scratch the paper. it also feels like one side of the tip writes better on the paper than other sides so i find myself constantly turning the pen to try to find this area.

it's great you can have 2 or 3 colors on a single pen but i prefer the .5mm pilot mc3 or mf3 multi pen over the hi tec c.