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What a perfect little...
December 25, 2013
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What a perfect little pen for fine detailing. I'm happiest with this brand for many, many reasons. Staedtler has outdone copic multiliners by proving a disposable pen doesn't have to intermittently produce enough ink in order to draw a straight line.

This pen has lasted me 2 weeks, but those 14 days were filled with hours of obsessive inking. My worry was whether the pen would last long enough for me to finish my art homework, and it did! The lines were wonderfully thin and the ink was always consistent. This pen works beautifully for its intended purpose.

My only complaint would be the shade of black. Its not quite as dark as I might have wished for when compared to Copic or Le Pen. But Its not a real bother :) In sum, I'll now be using this pen for my future inking endeavors <3
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This pen writes the skinniest...
November 5, 2015
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This pen writes the skinniest of the 8 different "fiber dome" permanent pens I have ordered from Jet Pens. I use it for tiny writing in my 3x5 inch pocket planner and also for note taking. It works great on paper, with no bleed-through.

One odd feature is that it will not dry out and stop writing if left uncapped and unused, so sporadic note-taking is no problem.

This pen is now my every-day carry. It writes on most surfaces, including glass and plastic, so it's great for writing prices on unpriced groceries.

The Staedler Permanent Lumocolor shares the no-dryout and write-anywhere feature, but is bad for paper -- it has 100% soak-through. The Lumocolor is the best pen for writing on photos, whether front or back -- the ink does not transfer picture-to-picture. This "Liner" pen will write on photos but some ink does transfer if you stack the photos.
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Although I have used...
June 21, 2016
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Although I have used and have come to truly appreciate the slightly finer Marvy Le Pen 0.03 mm drawing pen (please refer to my recent review), at present, my writing tool of choice for producing a continuous very fine line has been the Staedtler 0.05 mm black pigment liner. The writing fluid in this pen has yet to "bleed through" or smudge while undertaking any of my routine record-keeping or other writing tasks, and this on even the thinnest or finest of writing papers. Unlike one other reviewer, I have had no real complaint with respect to the "shade" of black that this pen's writing fluid produces (then again, I probably lack the refined taste of a true "pen connoisseur". Moreover, the cited, seemingly dissatisfied, reviewer might just wish to try a Rotring Rapidograph with India ink). The pen tips on the Staedtler 0.05 mm pigment liners are rather prominent and have thus far proven to be quite sturdy, since I have yet to experience any "mushing down" of the pen points or their undesired receding into inaccessible regions of the pen barrels or points. I must admit,however, that I have developed a rather light touch in writing out the personal records that I routinely keep and for which task the Staedtler pigment pens are proving to be ideal. While I do not expect these pens to last forever, I have yet to dispose of any such pen that I have previously purchased-- perhaps a good indication overall. As for price, it would surely be difficult to equal, let alone surpass, surely in terms of the quality of the writing tool one secures by purchasing the Staedtler 0.05 mm pigment liner. I can assure the reader of this review that I shall surely be purchasing more of this fine product. As a final comment, and certainly no complaint, it would surely be nice to be able to purchase this fine pigment writing tool in colors other than just black. Yet, as with any technological advance, the requisite time for the development of new pigment colors may even now be rapidly coming to a close, perhaps with a veritable rainbow of new pigment colors on some innovator's "drawing board". One can hope!
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I had a lot of fun with...
December 3, 2015
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I had a lot of fun with this pen. It writes sooo fine, but you have to use the lightest of pressure. Don't push on it like a ballpoint. I wrote it dry in about a year.
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Just started using Field...
May 18, 2016
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Just started using Field Notes(R) brand note books for my organizer / planner / weekly/daily calendar. I thought I might like pens narrower than the Staedtler Triplus Fineliner 0.3mm pens for creating structure on grid and dot-grid pages, so ordered this Staedtler 0.05mm Pigment Liner. Tip is VERY teeny, so I'll need to write lightly (and Try not to drop it!!). Not sure yet whether I'll prefer the 0.05mm or the 0.1mm
Very cool liner it is...
November 24, 2015
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Very cool liner it is really thin and it works for those tinny details on your project!
This product had great...
May 4, 2015
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This product had great black ink and the lines were most of the time smooth
This pen is great for...
February 28, 2014
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This pen is great for outlining very thin lines on my sketches. I have wanted to try them out for a very long time and now I have gotten around to it. I understand why they are so popular. This particular one, the 0.05mm, is great for thin lines and making things pop a little more on the page. Very nice and a simple design that you would recognize anywhere.
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