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This item: Pilot Hi-Tec-C Gel Ink Pen with Grip - 0.4 mm - Black - $3.30
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|Model Number||PILOT LHG-20C4-B|
|Shipping Weight||0.40 oz|
|Diameter - Grip
|Diameter - Max
|Length - Capped
|Length - Posted
|Length - Uncapped
|Pre-Installed Ink Color
5 people found this helpful
This has got to be one...
, May 20, 2010
This has got to be one the best pens I've ever used. I was first introduced to
this pen 6yrs ago and I have been in love with it ever since. the ink is smooth
coming out and always even. A joy to work with.
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These are the only pens...
, February 1, 2013
These are the only pens I like to write with. I write small and these allow me
to do that without smudging and without skipping like some roller ball pens do.
I would buy a lifetime's worth of stock on these pens, that's how much I like
them and I hope they never stop making them. I tried the .3 mm size but found
that a bit too fine. .4 mm works best for me, for general writing and they are
also very good for drawing. I would recommend them to anyone who writes in small
| Generally speaking I'm...
, July 8, 2014
Generally speaking I'm not a fan of the Hi-Tec C in any tip-size. I see it's
merits but I prefer the writing experience of the Pentel Slicci or Uniball
Signo. I have one in .25 that I don't really care for at all, then a .4 in blue
and another in black that I use fairly regularly, but I'm not going to buy more
Hi-Tec C's when these go up to heaven. That being said, I accidentally dropped
this pen straight on its tip from a height of about four feet and though the tip
bent probably 45 degrees it still writes perfectly. Well done, Pilot.