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I have a bias for soft grips, so I just didn't like this pencil very much. It does indeed have a good shaker engine, but I'm not really used to shaker pencils anyway. I like the sturdiness and weight of this pencil, but there's too much weight at the back of the pencil so the balance feels just awful. The pencil itself is very nice; the tip resembles that of a Hi-Tec-C Coleto gel refill in case if you were wondering. Also, it's a bit hard to tell, but the grip of this is made of rubber as per the specifications. The rubber grip on this pencil is so thin, though, it doesn't feel like anything. The design of this pencil is okay, but I still can't get used to the plunger (or whatever it's called) that you push to get the tip out. The whole pen...
Pilot Pen Corporation, founded in 1918, is the largest pen manufacturer in Japan. Known for its leadership in product innovation, Pilot Pen Corporation consistently introduces bestselling items to the marketplace for consumers to enjoy.
For the general consumer market, some of Pilot's famed product lines include: Hi-Tec-C gel ink pens (known for its fine and sturdy tip and ink color variety), Dr. Grip ballpoint pens and mechanical pencils (praised for its ergonomic grips), and FriXion erasable pens and markers (loved for its heat-sensitive erasable ink).
In the high-end luxury writing instrument space, Pilot maintains the brand of its founder's last name, Namiki. Capless (also known as Vanishing Point in the US) fountain pens and Iroshizuku fountain pen inks are some of the highly sought-after Namiki items.