Can a pen be a muse? Perhaps the designer of the Pro-Use writing line thought so. Its sleek aluminum body is crafted to look like what a precision instrument is meant to be - a tool for creative design.
i love the look of the pen. i bought 2 of these. But if you are like me then you
would rather it be a gel ink. well i have good news! buy a hitec c slim knock in
the color ink you want. trade out both the spring and ink cartridge and voila!
an cool gel pen! but it ends up costing
I liked this pen a lot, though the cartridge left something to be desired... and
then I discovered something glorious. The refill is the same size as the
Jetstream Multi-Pen refill without the indention to catch the spring. So, with a
pair of pliers, you can fill it with a Jetstream SXR-80 refill... I love
Jetstream pens but needed something more solid and balanced... and this pen will
actually hold one of the cartridges.
As a big fan of the Pentel GraphGear 1000, I was at first underwhelmed by this
pen. It's blander and not as refined, and given that it costs 50% more, I had to
wonder if I had tossed money away. But over time it has really grown on me. It's
very light in the hand, yet solid, writes very well, and will certainly be
useful for people who find the Pentel simply too skinny (I have small hands and
it's almost too skinny for me, so people with larger hands may really need the
added diameter that this pen gives versus the Pentel). And the fact that you can
get refills in three colors, versus the Pentel's black-only approach, is also a