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Pilot's Hi-Tec-C Maica pen has the Hi-Tec-C qualities we've come to rely on, including smooth, non-feathering ink. As a bonus, it's decked out in a jewel-like body. The metallic barrel, which is decorated with an embellished "M" logo, perfectly complements the transparent cap with multi-faceted top. Just like your favorite jewelry, the facets topping the cap bounce light for a sparkly effect. Add even more pizazz by stringing charms through the cap loop. When you're not busy gazing at your pretty pen, you will enjoy the water-based gel ink and the fine tip that is specially designed to ensure smooth writing. The pen comes in many colors, and the name "Maica" encourages you to choose your own "my color" and enjoy!

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These little pens are...
January 23, 2016
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These little pens are great writers and have lasted very well. Several people have commented that they look like a makeup pencil (probably the brown color)! I use one at work and carry one daily. Fun and functional!
Nice, thin line and smooth-flo...
December 7, 2015
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Nice, thin line and smooth-flowing ink. Not scratchy at all on any paper I've used it on so far. The color of this ink is really pretty also. A warm, golden brown.
Great smooth writing...
July 11, 2015
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Great smooth writing!
go go pen pen
I'm not crazy about this...
June 3, 2015
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I'm not crazy about this pen, but it's not the pen's fault, it's mine. I just don't love a super-fine tip. The color is great though!
Almost too much feedback...
March 18, 2015
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Almost too much feedback for me on standard photocopy paper -- walks too close to the uncomfortable scratchy feeling of a stuck rollerball. I vastly prefer the 0.4mm point which is for me the perfect compromise.