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|Model Number||SAKURA XSDK02-49|
|Shipping Weight||0.30 oz|
|Diameter - Grip
|Diameter - Max
||Pigment Ink, Archival Quality, Waterproof
|Length - Capped
|Length - Posted
|Length - Uncapped
|Pre-Installed Ink Color
| I'm not an artist/technical...
, February 21, 2014
I'm not an artist/technical drawer, but I keep buying these pens. They're good
for a little bit of writing at a time, but they're not comfortable for extended
periods. The grip section has a few too many ridges in it and the point is a bit
too fine. The .5mm tip is better, IMHO.
| When new, this is a satisfying...
, August 16, 2013
When new, this is a satisfying pen. There's no bleed-through with Field Notes
and Moleskine notebooks. But what will keep me from buying these pens again is
that they age rapidly. The ink doesn't flow as freely, and they go from smooth
to scratchy unless I slow down my writing. The tip gets shorter. (This is based
on experience with two pens: one black, one blue.) I may try a larger tip
My uses: writing, simple sketching.
| I have been bouncing...
, March 14, 2011
I have been bouncing around between fountain pens, gel, and many others and the
Pigma Micron has me pretty excited. Very smooth writing, solid bold lines at a
.3mm. Extremely happy! A dozen more and I will be set for a while. Thank you Jet