| I used it in the Uni...
, May 13, 2014
I used it in the Uni Ball Signo DX & don't even need scotch tap. Once you
measure & chop a piece of the orig. refill in the right size, you just place a
slim knock refill on top of it, use a spring to hold it in place & it's as good
as if it were made that way. Hope this suggestion helps some that like this
refill like myself but don't like to use a microscopic pen.
| Yeah, I hack it into...
, November 15, 2013
Yeah, I hack it into other pens too. For some reason, it's better than the
traditional hi-tec C but too small/short so I just get some scotch tape, extend
the refills and put them into just about any other pen (I've done Pilot G6s, Bic
Velocity, etc.) You learn to use your ingenuity.
| Hacked it successfully...
, February 2, 2012
Hacked it successfully into a Fisher Space Pen (the Astronaut variety with a
clicker, although refill-wise it doesn't matter). It's a couple of millimeters
too short, though, but it doesn't affect writing per se but it's hard to see the
tip on paper. Truth be told, I bought this refill in attempts to hack it inside
the Coleto multi-pen (due to it being considerably cheaper but virtually
identical), but it wasn't possible easily enough. Writing quality and emptying
speed are practically the same also.
| Just can't get the ink...
, October 23, 2010
Just can't get the ink to write smoothly from the LHSRF-8C. I'm on my second
refill and I'm having the same issue as with the first, patchy, intermittent ink