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4.1 (8 reviews)
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The Hi-Tec-C Maica takes the precision needle-point tip and smooth-writing gel ink of the standard Hi-Tec-C and decks them out with a colorful, jewel-themed body. In lieu of a clip, it features a loop for attaching the pen to a lanyard or embellishing it with charms. The name "Maica" is both a reference to the pen's sparkling appearance and an encouragement to choose your favorite "my color" pen.

This set contains 6 colors: Black, Blue, Green, Orange, Pink, and Red.

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I'm not sure if I'm giving...
November 5, 2014
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I'm not sure if I'm giving the product 3 stars or what I'd hoped the product would be. For regular everyday writing, I find these pens to be way too "scratchy." However, as an editor who has to correct page proofs, the extra-fine line is extremely helpful for jamming in text corrections when there's not a lot of room to write; so in these instances, they are just the right pen to use. But for general writing, not so much. I should have gone to 0.4 mm instead.
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Good pen. Nice colors. Lovel...
October 10, 2013
Good pen.
Nice colors.
Lovely body styles and looks.
Good grip.
Worth the money.
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These pens are OK. They...
January 1, 2016
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These pens are OK. They are not worth the money though. I like them, but they are just a little too thin which makes them very scratchy.
Super smooth writing....
January 1, 2016
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Super smooth writing. Excellent aesthetic. Great for note-taking.
I feel a bit badly writing...
August 26, 2015
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I feel a bit badly writing a not-so-positive review...maybe I got a bad set? The ink doesn't disperse uniformly, so when I write, some letters are bolder than others. Kind of looks like I was using a pen that ran out and then came back to life halfway through a notecard. Not my favorite, though they are good for tiny writing.

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