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This item: Pilot Hi-Tec-C Gel Ink Pen - 0.5 mm - Basic Colors - Blue - $3.30
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|Model Number||PILOT LH-20C5-L|
|Shipping Weight||0.40 oz|
|Diameter - Grip
|Diameter - Max
|Length - Capped
|Length - Posted
|Length - Uncapped
|Pre-Installed Ink Color
| Nice color. Downside...
, May 11, 2009
Nice color. Downside for me is that sometimes the pen lets too much ink out.
also, the tip is not like a sharp needle point tip. it's a wider and almost
jagged feeling point that lets the ink out. this makes it feel horrible on
paper. the color is great and it's great for taking quick notes but i personally
would not be able to sit through an entire class taking notes with it. besides,
the experience i've had is that it tends to get dry like 20 minutes into taking
notes. not good.
Would I buy other .5mm Hi Tec C's again? Probably not but that's just me.
Everyone else seems to love 'em.
| I have tried tons of...
, June 10, 2008
I have tried tons of gel pens. In terms of the best blue gel ink color, I think
Pilot wins. I love the 0.5mm version because the ink flow is generous and is
less likely to dry up or clog. I find with the thinner hi-tec-c points, the pen
tends to dry out or clog very easily. I can hardly finish a pen without it dying
in the middle.
With the 0.5mm, I don't have that problem.
If you like the color of this ink, I also suggest you to try the Pilot G-3 in
blue 0.38mm. That's an extremely good pen (I feel it's even better than the
hi-tec-c at a cheaper cost too). It might be 0.38mm, but it actually writes
equivalent or maybe slightly thicker than a 0.5mm hi-tec-c.
| Get this for the case,...
, July 25, 2006
Get this for the case, it owns the other normal hi-tec-c without the rubber
grip. Change the ink inside if you want it to become like 0.4 or 0.3.