2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful
I'm fairly new to fountain...
, April 11, 2013
I'm fairly new to fountain pens but I think beginner impressions could be
helpful for others. The pen itself was smaller than I expected and fits in a
small pocket very nicely. It feels sturdy and solid. With the cap on the back,
it has a nice feel in the hand with pretty good balance for my small to medium
After taking off the yellow ring and inserting the cartridge, you get to watch
the ink flow to the nib. It's a wonderfully fun little perk that just looks
cool. The ink flowed smooth and had a nice wet feel writing in my Rhodia dot
pad. I spent a little less than an hour writing and didn't notice any skipping.
I'm rather impressed by the smoothness of nib on paper for such an inexpensive
instrument. I'm so glad I bought 2 since I'd have a hard time leaving this one
at the office if I didn't have one at home. Even at that I may have to buy more
Sweet cutie of a pen!...
, September 1, 2013
Sweet cutie of a pen! My son actually was so fascinated by watching the ink flow
that he grabbed it and wrote with it! He's 6 - and this pen appeals to adults
and kids. The pen has just the right amount of girth to it - despite being a
pocket pen. I have MS and mourn not being able to write with slim pocket pens.
I even flew with this one (forgot to take it out of my Nomadic case) and did not
encounter any leaking. (went through 8 or 9 take offs)
Very handy for traveling when one cannot break out a giant notebook as this pen
will allow the user to gracefully take notes in smaller notebooks. Good fine nib
that is a pleasure to write with. Found it to be much smoother than the Preppy.
Colors are cute, too, between my son and myself we own quite a few pens from the
They also make great stocking stuffers for the writers in your family- this is a
stocking stuffer people actually enjoy since one must be quite a hardened
individual not to break out into a big grin seeing this cutie. I love getting
people hooked on pens and paper, and this inexpensive beauty allows you to do
Be careful when letting someone 'borrow' it for a second!
These are supposed to...
, June 23, 2013
These are supposed to be disposable, but don't do it! You can pull off the
cartridge and refill it with an eye dropper or syringe, and you can also buy
refills. The cartridge holds more ink than the standard tiny cartridges.
The newer model, in white, had nubs on the end to keep the cap posted, but I
don't see this one for sale anywhere, too bad.
This is the same nib as on the Pilot Varsity, but that one is medium, and this
one is a nice fine, more toward extra fine, which I love. Great purse or pocket
pen, because it is light, and if you lose it, you can quickly replace it. It
comes in an array of colors, and I wish these were sold as sets, because they
make great gifts
The clip can break off pretty easily. Oh well. I am just careful. Enjoy this
cutie of a pen!