| I love thin writing pens....
, June 11, 2014
I love thin writing pens. Typically this excludes fountain pens. But this Pilot
Prera puts down a very fine 0.4 line. It is smooth, fast and doesn't bleed or
smear (as a lefty). I use the 01 OHTO Graphic Liner and the Hi-Tec C pens and
they produce the same line/thickness as this Fine Prera. If you want and enjoy
fine lines this is the perfect, lower price pens. The size, weight and feel
makes it an all day, everyday pen. Well worth the purchase.
| This pen is the first...
, January 3, 2013
This pen is the first fountain pen that I absolutely love from the start. Above
all, the nib is really fine, so this pen is suitable even for microtip
enthusiasts like me. The construction feels solid, it really is not a cheap
plastic, the pen is a little heavier than it might look. It feels good in my
hands both with and without the cap, whose mechanism seals the pen perfectly, I
also enjoy the capping sound. The blue color shines, but if I knew I would be
trying different inks, I would more likely choose a beige one. To sum up: A
perfect pen that is going to be my sole writing utensil for a long time.
| First, I love Pilot pens,...
, October 17, 2009
First, I love Pilot pens, and this one's pretty good. It's extremely light, easy
to carry, writes well. It's a bit 'slick' as far as finish, and overall it's on
the small side. May be tough to use comfortably with larger hands. Being very
light probably contributes to my initial feeling of 'whoa, this doesn't feel
very durable'...however, the pen has stood up to use without any problem. Again,
I'm a huge Pilot fan, but, while this pen performs well, it gave me the
impression of being cheap. Just one opinion (btw, I'm about to order some new
ink for it so I can use it again if that tells you anything..lol). Sort of a pen
that I love despite the cons mentioned.