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the best pen ever made...... ...
May 6, 2010
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the best pen ever made......
ive just recived my 8th pen and i love it just as much as the 7 others, i find ways to use them every day, just fo feel them glide across the paper.
it is the smoothest pen i have ever used and combined with noodlers inks it is in a word sublime....
love it love it love it.
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midtnight2000
I like how fine this...
April 19, 2010
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I like how fine this pen is and the way it feels when I hold it. The cap is a screw-cap but it lacks a clip. My major problem was the re-usable pilot cartridge converter works poorly with this pen. I will end up trying to refill the cartridge it already came with and reinserting it with the open side facing up to prevent spilling.
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specialmeat
Save your money and get...
March 28, 2010
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Save your money and get something like the pilot petit 1 or platinum preppy, they both cost wayyy less and write Much better. The design is ok, but the extra fine nib skips, ans is worse than writing with a tack. For the same price, a chinese made fountain pen will be more bang for the buck
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imnotrussian
Scratchy and dry! I suppose...
March 19, 2010
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Scratchy and dry! I suppose I got a bad one, based on the other good reviews here. I have both nice (Namiki vanishing point) and cheap (Sailor ink-bar) fountain pens, which are wonderful, but this Pilot Penmanship is the worst pen I have ever used. If I took a straight pin and dipped it in ink, it would still produce a more useful line than this pen.
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pauloverseas
bought and compared to...
February 15, 2010
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bought and compared to the platinum preppy - sturdy and attractive body, the nib appears more flexible (pro) but feels more scratchy (con). i like that it is a dry writer with a fine and sturdy line - no feathering or smearing. However, i dislike that you have to tediously screw the cap on instead of just popping it back on when finished - so, if you are switching between pens you are more likely to leave it uncapped, and so its more likely to dry out and skip (ive had to dip the pen in water to get it going again). A good pen but not as dazzling as the preppies.
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aveturquesa
Thought I would try this...
September 25, 2009
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Thought I would try this one just for fun though wasn't expecting much for the price.
What a wonderful surprise to find that it writes well. Thin, thin line and very trustworthy.
Doesn't skip. It's fun to write with and I find myself using it more and more. Very glad I bought it!
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catbuddha
Of all the fountain pens...
August 29, 2009
Of all the fountain pens I own, this is my favorite.
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pierrewilli
very nice pen. it is...
August 13, 2009
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very nice pen. it is extra fine nib, but you will get used to it soon. it makes me keep writing!!!
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Just received the pen...
August 3, 2009
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Just received the pen and love it so far. It is light. It is good looking. And it writes very well. The nib is extra fine. Hope pilot will release fine nib version soon.
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archi_shih
Very nice fountain pen!...
July 8, 2009
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Very nice fountain pen! My order took only a day to arrive! This pen color is the better option in my opinion because it is clear and allows you to tell when the ink it running out.
The nib is extremely fine- I compared it to another pen which was marked as a .005mm and this pen writes in an identical line width- So this pen would be great for detailed drawings!
thanks Jetpens!
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fstgeorge
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