I agree with others that this is a very nice, practical pen -- well designed,
easy to use, and fairly priced. My only objection is that that the catridges
hold so little ink. For me personally, I would rather pay more for cartridge
refills and then be able to leave them in place for much longer.
I really like it, fine point and smooth.
Using with 'Tombow Zoom 414' perfect match!
But the big problem is
I don't know why all of these refills I brought
alway stuck after writing for a while.
All 5 refills I brought both black and red got the same problem.
Any of you got the same problem?
I don't know it's because of a paper I use
(I'm mostly using these with MUJI notebook )
or something wrong with the tip.
I like it but I really don't want to wasted a money
on a refills that I can use only 1/4!
A nice quality refill. Tried it to get the Hi-Tec-C experience in a Sharbo X
multipen. Unfortunately, it's too loose and won't fit snug. The refill will fall
out of the pen if your try to use it. A remedy was to put a small piece (2mm
long) )of scotch tape on the top of the refill, and it will fit with friction.
The ink is not as good as the Sharbo X refills (not as water-resistant), but
will be smoother to left-handed writers.