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This item: Stabilo Bionic Worker Roller Ball Pen - 0.5 mm - Black Ink - $3.85
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|Model Number||STABILO 2018-46|
|Shipping Weight||0.45 oz|
|Diameter - Grip
|Diameter - Max
|Length - Capped
|Length - Posted
|Length - Uncapped
|Pre-Installed Ink Color
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i really enjoy writing...
, February 15, 2012
i really enjoy writing with the stabilo bionics. The ink doesn't come out
totally solid like most liquid ink pens, and that's nice. There's real character
in how the ink trails.
The handle is also very comfortable to hold, and the protruding dot on the
barrel prevents the pen from rolling off uneven surfaces.
The pen also looks so damn good. The rubber body also feels so damn good.
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I really like the feel...
, June 24, 2012
I really like the feel of this pen. I enjoy rubber bodied pens greatly. This
is a very well designed pen and it feels very good in the hand. The ink is dark
and there is very little resistance across the page as you write. I will agree
with other reviews I've read. This may be advertised as a 0.5 mm but the line
is much wider. Compared to say the Zebra Sarasa I'd say the line width is
between the 0.7 and 1.0 mm sizes. But I prefer bolder lines so this isn't an
issue. Just don't buy this expecting a fine line. The other big issue is that
for such a nice pen this is NOT refillable via any means. In this day an age,
and for the price this is a bit no-no! I wish Stabilo would make one of these
refillable and retractable. This would be awesome.
| TO MY FELLOW FINE POINT...
, March 7, 2014
TO MY FELLOW FINE POINT PEN LOVERS: STEER CLEAR OF THIS ONE!
I wish I had scrolled all the way down to find the one review that says this pen
writes like a 1.0. I made the mistake of seeing all the reviews with 4+ stars so
I went for it. This is a case of faulty (contradictory) labeling on behalf of
Stabilo. If you look closely it says "Medium - 0.5mm". If you know your pens,
0.5 is always sold as "fine" or "extra-fine", depending on the brand.
So... just to re-emphasize what the other reviewer stated: There is no possible
way this even comes close to 0.5 or 0.7. To tell you the truth, I put it at a
tad thicker than 1.0mm but only because of the result that's left on paper. I
think due in part to the flowy, bleedy nature of the ink.
ON A POSITIVE NOTE...
I think I should note that this pen feels marvelous in your hand! It has a nice
non-slip, matte/rubbery grip to it. The pen length is a tiny bit on the shorter
side -- so this would be a problem for people with larger hands.
Needless to say... this is in no way JetPen's fault. They do a wonderful job of
being as detailed as possible with cataloging their merchandise! I should have
paid closer attention. They are selling it as it is stated by the MANUFACTURER,
so no fault of JetPens whatsoever.
My next order I will take a chance and go for the "0.3mm" version to see if that
satisfies the thin point I am looking for in all my pens!
| I really like these pens....
, October 18, 2013
I really like these pens. The ink is a deep black and flows smoothly. The line
width is ideal for writing letters and reports. I think this pen is the best
inexpensive roller ball on the market. My only regret is that it is not
| I purchased both the...
, April 15, 2013
I purchased both the Bionic Worker and the Worker Colorful in 0.5mm with black
ink and I honestly can't find any difference between them. I usually don't like
rollerball-style pens, but I love these. The ink is incredibly smooth and nice
solid black. The rubberized body of both pens feels nice in my hand. The length
and body width of the pens are very comfortable to hold, but lightweight so your
hand won't get tired. I would compare the overall style and feel of these two to
a Schneider Slider Memo XB (my favorite pens of all time!), though these are