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Truly, one of life's...
, April 18, 2008
Truly, one of life's perfect pens. It's smaller, lighter, slimmer than you
think. Incredibly precise, of course. It has a soft rubber grip that is most
like firm silcone. I only wish it had a larger ink supply...
| Bought this on a whim...
, July 10, 2013
Bought this on a whim and sadly I did not like it. This pen is itty-bitty,
which could be good as a travel pen for signatures and the like, but would
certainly not be comfortable for any prolonged use. I'll give it some points
for having a well-made pen body, solid clip, clicker, and nicely textured grip
section. Unfortunately I absolutely hate the ink cartridge and tip. The ink
has a tendency to skip and the tip does not tolerate any angle besides
almost-vertical. The tip is also very scratchy and has a nails-on-chalkboard
effect for me. I usually like Pilot brand pens, but this one flopped for me.
| I would agree that the...
, March 16, 2012
I would agree that the pen could be slightly bigger for comfort reasons - but
for a micro-sized pen, perfect for your purse or small notebook, you really
can't get better quality when it comes to tip and ink flow!
| This is really a cool...
, October 16, 2011
This is really a cool pen to use considering that it is only 0.4mm. I really
love how smooth it is compare to the others micro pens I used. It doesn't skip
at all. I don't find it that scratchy as well.
Although I would love the pen to be slightly larger.
| These are the first Hi...
, December 18, 2009
These are the first Hi Tec C pens I've tried. They might be smaller than you
assume from the photos--tiny, but still large enough for comfortable writing.
The .4mm points write with just the right amount of resistance and are the
perfect size for my handwriting, but I've got to agree that the ink supply is
too small. Four notebook pages of cursive handwriting used approximately 20
percent of the ink refill of a brand new pen. A larger, retractable Hi Tec C
might be a great idea.