Pilot MultiBall Liquid Ink Pen - Fine Point - Green

This pen is highly recommended by mixed media artists for its rich colors and its ability to write on multiple surfaces. The pen can write on anything from plastic to glass to cloth, thus its name MultiBall. The smooth gliding ball at the tip of this pen allows it to write easily and quickly. It's great for creating crafts, artwork, or decorating journals.

You can easily fix mistakes with this pen by wiping with a wet cloth. However, after a window of six hours has passed the pen marks become permanent. What a great blend of both worlds! Black, blue, green, light blue, orange, pink, and red ink colors are available. Body is made of 77.4% recycled plastic.

Model NumberPILOT LM-10F-G
Weight0.4 ounces
Body Color Green
Body Material Plastic
Clip Material Plastic
Clippable Yes
Diameter - Grip 9 mm
Diameter - Max 12 mm
Grip Material Rubber
Ink Characteristics Multi-Surface
Ink Refillable No
Length - Capped 14.2 cm
Length - Posted 14.5 cm
Length - Uncapped 13.5 cm
Mechanism Capped
Pre-Installed Ink Color Green
Tip Size Fine
Weight 0.35 oz

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Customer Reviews

Beautiful, smooth, emerald...
February 1, 2011
Verified Purchase
Beautiful, smooth, emerald green lines.
I really like the way this pen (marker) writes.
The ink is def permanent, a while after it is applied.
Recommended. Black is great as well.
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Out of the envelope from...
January 27, 2014
Verified Purchase
Out of the envelope from Jetpens, this pen didn't work. It was the pen I was most excited about, as I love green ink and the black Pilot Multiball I already have. But it took awhile for this pen to start writing, and once it did, every time I paused to think, it wouldn't start up again. I found myself gripping it too tightly, trying to will it to work consistently. I write a lot, and using this pen was stressful. Aside form the ink flow issues, the tip is scratchy in a way my other Multiballs aren't. Perhaps I got a dud. In any case (haha) this pen is banished from my pen case and will not be part of the rotation. It's cheap, but still a waste of money.