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These pens are indeed...
, March 26, 2008
These pens are indeed great but be warned... they are the exact same as the
Sakura Glaze pens! If you already have the set of 10 Glaze pens, then you
already have these pens. Same colors, same tip thickness, everything.
They were probably just marketed under a different name in Japan...
And also, as with the Glaze pens, they write on just about anything... in case
you were wondering.
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These are really great...
, December 4, 2007
These are really great pens. They dry lifted, with a 3D shape. The ink also
flows very freely. Just one caution: don't leave these pens out in the sun. It
melts the ink and causes the ink to leak and drip down the ink barrel if you
store it vertically with the cap side up.
I still bought this set though. I like using these pens to make titles for
different sections of my notes.
| The reviewer saying these...
, February 27, 2013
The reviewer saying these are exactly the same as Glaze pens is almost correct.
The tip size is the same, but the ink colors are more saturated. Some are darker
than Glaze (blue, yellow) and some are brighter (green, pink) while orange is
just about the same shade. The difference is just enough that if you start a
project with Glaze pens and then switch to AquaLip, the switch will be very
noticeable. But you could go ahead & treat these Aqualip pens as different
colors (even tho the pen caps are the same color so you should mark them w/a
sticker or something), then you can enjoy even more varied colors!
| The colors are really...
, February 22, 2008
The colors are really great, and it's really cool to see the wet look after it
dries. And yes, it is a bit hard to tell if they're dry or not whenever you
| This writes so smooth,...
, July 16, 2007
This writes so smooth, almost too smooth. And the writing comes out really
slick, as though it never dried. The only down side is that it's hard to tell
when the ink DOES dry.