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|Model Number||STABILO 1016/46|
|Shipping Weight||0.45 oz|
|Diameter - Grip
|Diameter - Max
|Length - Capped
|Length - Posted
|Length - Uncapped
|Pre-Installed Ink Color
| Like most roller ball...
, June 13, 2013
Like most roller ball pens, the line put down is thicker than you'd generally
expect--which is why I like the 0.3mm so much, it's really about the equivalent
to a 0.5 pencil or drawing pen. I love the ergonomic design, the grippy feel of
the pen body, and the super cool cap. I had some skipping problems when I first
started writing, but that has cleared up and haven't had problems since, very
smooth writing. Great note-taking, on the go pen. I had been primarily using the
Ohto Graphic Liners (0.2, 0.5, and 1.0), but those dried up so quickly and I've
been so pleased with this pen, I've almost completely switched over to this!
| The .3mm in this case...
, February 19, 2012
The .3mm in this case refers to the line width not the actually tip size. I
first noticed this distinction when using the Staedtler ".3" roller ball pen and
realized it was like a .7 ...So, just realize these roller balls in the .3 form
are not the same as their gel pen counterparts. = )
| I agree with the first...
, February 17, 2012
I agree with the first poster. It's the thickest line ever laid down by any
0.3mm pen I've ever used :( I'd say it's closer to a 0.7 or even 1mm. To bad
really. I had high hopes for this pen. I even wondered if I accidentally got
the wrong point size by mistake. If you're really looking for a fine line this
is NOT the pen for you.
| This pen feels larger...
, January 19, 2012
This pen feels larger in one's hand than it appears and the firmness is also
uncomfortable. The "fine" description is incorrect... this "0.3" pen writes more
like a 0.5 or higher. Sadly to say, this pen was not worth the money.