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This slim cousin to the Hi-Tec-C has a retractable feature that combines portability with perfection. It is a new edition and replaces the former Hi-Tec-C Knock S line. It has the same precision and clean flowing lines as the Hi-Tec-C, but comes in a smaller, sleeker design. It's the pen for those who love their Hi-Tec-Cs, and have always wished for a more compact design to carry around with them.

Let go of the fear of losing caps and embrace the Hi-Tec-C Slim Knock!


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Truly, one of life's...
April 18, 2008
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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...
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I like the writing but...
December 2, 2015
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I like the writing but it takes a while to get used to the small size of the pen. Also it feels a little scratchy.
1 person found this helpful
elihuturkel
I love this pen but it...
July 6, 2015
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I love this pen but it is tiny ! ! I keep it in my purse for shopping trips because I don't have to do a lot of writing. I would love to see this in a full size, the ink quality is great and not bad for lettering or drawing but not constant writing.
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luv2shop29403
Before you pull the trigger,...
October 26, 2014
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Before you pull the trigger, know that this pen is TINY. Very tiny! It's only a few inches long, and thinner than a pencil. Also its cartridge will last less than a Zebra Sarasa Clip, and that's saying something.

But beyond that, this is actually a cute, charming little pen. Don't tell anyone, but it's actually my most favorite clicking mechanism of all. Short, light, and poppy, with a nice button.

Ink wise, it's classic Hi-Tec-C. Personally not my favorite. (To rehash, I find them too sloppy, too slick, with ink that bleeds a little too much, and a disagreeable shade of blue-black.) But hey, they're incredibly popular, so if you like Hi-Tec-C's, rest assured that this'll write the same as your Maica.

Am I glad to have one laying around the house? Yeah, I am. And if you've got a need for a tiny little itsy-bitsy little pen, you can do much worse.
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bbfanatic
Bought this on a whim...
July 10, 2013
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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.
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