Pilot Multi Ball Roller Ball Pen - Fine - Black

Pilot Multi Ball Roller Ball Pen - Fine - Black

$1.65
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4.4 (23 reviews)
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The Pilot Multi Ball pen is highly recommended by mixed media artists for its rich colors and ability to write on various surfaces. It writes on plastic, paper, metal, glass, cloth, and more—thus its name "Multi Ball". You can write easily and quickly, thanks to the smooth gliding ball at the tip. The pen is great for crafts, artwork, school, and everyday tasks.

Mistakes can easily be fixed by wiping the ink with a wet cloth within six hours of writing. After the six hours has passed, the pen marks become permanent. What a great blend of both worlds!

This pen is also eco-friendly, composed of 77% recycled plastic.

Note: if the pen does not write immediately on a non-paper surface, try writing on paper first.

Model NumberPILOT LM-10F-B
Weight0.4 ounces
ManufacturerPilot
Body Color Black
Body Material Plastic
Clip Material Plastic
Clippable Yes
Diameter - Grip 9 mm
Diameter - Max 12 mm
Grip Material Rubber
Ink Characteristics Multi-Surface, Multi-Surface (Glass, Metal, Plastic, Cloth)
Ink Refillable No
Length - Capped 14.2 cm
Length - Posted 14.5 cm
Length - Uncapped 13.5 cm
Mechanism Capped
Pre-Installed Ink Color Black
Tip Size Fine
Weight 0.35 oz
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I work in a science lab...
December 6, 2010
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I work in a science lab where we use and often spill stuff like water, alcohol and acetone. I need a pen that won't run when it gets wet with water or solvents. The Black Fine Point Pilot Multiball is perfect for lab use. It doesn't run in any of these solvents and it writes on the slick label tapes (Time Tape for those know) and on metal, glass and plastics of all kinds. On glass and hard plastic, you have to write slowly and sometimes restart the pen with a piece of paper, but it will write on hard smooth surfaces. True the Sharpie can do all this, but it stinks and bleeds through paper too much to use in a lab notebook. The Multiball does not bleed through and doesn't have any odor.

The ability to rely on one pen all day to write on anything and at such a low price and not worry about bleeding through, re-capping, smell, running when wet, etc... makes my life just a little bit easier. We can all appreciate that.

Next, I'm going to test all the colors with solvents and surfaces, but I'm very optimistic about the results. Good job Pilot!
12 people found this helpful
swright243
I own over 2500 pens...
October 7, 2011
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I own over 2500 pens that I used successively for studies, illustration, typography and several design and art projects / jobs and this pens stays on top of my best pens in the world list for several reasons. The first reason is the ink with which it is filled - dries fast, stays on most surfaces that exist - and really solidifies when dries. It is simply awesome to use it on glossy paper for example, like on magazines, but also on bottles when you need to write your name on a bottle, but it is also very versatile and stays perfectly on every type of paper if you need to write a report - and the ink is almost impossible to remove from paper, which makes it perfect to use for signing checks if you are afraid of frauds. In art experiments, I have used it to write onto film strips or photos, to write or draw on several types of fabric and plastic, to ink pencil drawings, and every time I am mind blown by how sturdy the ink remains after it's dry. My art might still exist long after I die because of that, and it's not only an amazing ink to work with, velvety, soft, with deep shades and a beautiful texture almost like water but that hardens - it's also reassuring to see how solid it is ( especially with pen tips medium and up, as the pen exists in medium, broad, and extra broad under the permaball model name). You could almost write under water with it...
The second reason is the sturdiness of the pen itself, and the third reason is its design. It's without a doubt for me one of the most beautifully designed pens ever.
Well, I have nothing but praise for this pen. Get it !
9 people found this helpful
fabulousrice
If I ever run out of...
February 11, 2011
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If I ever run out of paper, which probably won't ever happen, it's nice to know that anything around me could potentially become my writing surface. So far, I've tried it on glass and metal, and it really works well. On paper this thing is a dream... it flows great and the ink is super duper jet black! It also feels sharp, which is a bonus in my book!! I think this is destined to become my new favorite pen! I can't wait to try it out on my bathroom mirror!!!
5 people found this helpful
andrewpeter29
I love the black Pilot...
September 16, 2010
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I love the black Pilot Multiball. The ink is dark and flows very satisfyingly from the pen. Oddly, the other colors that I've tried (blue and pink) I would only rate at 3 or 4 stars.
3 people found this helpful
snow.flake
I can\'t wait to use...
February 1, 2011
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I can\'t wait to use this pen to label everything.
The black lines this pen bears are so dark and smooth.
A steal!
2 people found this helpful
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