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Best 4&1 multi-pen out...
June 11, 2015
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Best 4&1 multi-pen out there! Plus it's a Jetstream! Nuff said! Getcha one!
This pen is almost perfect....
March 18, 2015
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This pen is almost perfect. The bottom 1/3 from the grip section to the tip is constructed of metal so it is well balanced. The Jetstream refills are nice and smooth, but the color selection is pretty limited. Thankfully the Pilot Coleto Multi-pen Refills fit perfectly! All you have to do is trim them down to size. So far I have only tried the 0.4mm size, but it works flawlessly. If you/re looking at the Jetstream then you might be like me and you considered the Coleto, but the pen bodies for that line look incredibly cheap. This is a great way to mix Coleto colors and Jetstream colors and I couldn't be happier. Sadly my fountain pens get next to no use now. I only have one Coleto refill with 3 Jetstream ballpoint colors and 1 mechanical pencil right now, I don't know if it will be able to fit more Coleto refills because they seem a bit bigger than Jetstreams. Even if you stick to just Jetstream refills I don't think you'll be disappointed with this pen. I've had it for 3 years now and still use it daily.
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Love the pen but can...
December 1, 2013
Love the pen but can work out how to use the pencil. Found the hidden rubber under the top cap. Great present from my girlfriend
Great pen! This is the...
May 4, 2013
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Great pen! This is the best pen I have ever used. the ink flows great. the pencil is so durable. I give this pen an A+
This pen will impress...
September 17, 2012
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This pen will impress you. It is not just the best multi-pen in this price range - it's the best multi-pen period! I just bought this and compared it to the Cross Tech 4 (which costs 4 times what this pen costs) and the Uniball put the Cross to shame. The pen is attractive, with a great rubber grip. And the mechanism is smooth (although the weakest part of the pen is the pencil mechanism, but it's still not bad). The pen skates across the page, it writes so smoothly - even on cheap paper! It's a bit light due to the plastic body, but the balance is just right because it's bottom heavy. The ink colors are vibrant. Perfect for art journalers using Moleskine notebooks. I will be buying these to give as gifts to my friends who are pen geeks. An amazing pen at a good price. Now I need more refills!

Additionally, a quick word about JetPens. This is a GREAT site. It's like pen (and mechanical pencil) geek mecca - you have to go here before you die! I ordered this on Friday morning and received it the following Monday afternoon - that is FAST folks. Take a great selection of impossible to find items at reasonable prices with excellent service and delivery and you've got JetPens - Pen Geek Heaven!
I wrote a review earlier...
September 14, 2012
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I wrote a review earlier and its been a few months and want to follow up. The JetPens still have the best ink and rank highest in my book but I kinda JUST realized that the black body style is much heavier given that it is made of some metal. I only realized this when my finger hurt from taking lots of notes and then one day I used the silver one instead and was blow away at how much lighter it is! This would attribute to the wobble some others speak of and my sore finger from writing so much (to be fair, i might hold on a bit too hard) Anyways, still ranks high.. just something to keep in mind. That and I lost the eraser cap :*(
I'm purchasing my third...
July 21, 2012
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I'm purchasing my third Uni-ball Jetstream 4&1 multipen because they are just great! One of them was kept by my in-laws, and I keep hoping the second one will turn up one day around the house. The black version of this pen is very nicely understated. The pen diameter is too thick for me to use at work, but my son found it to be a good size when he was in the second grade. I can write comfortably with it, but I haven't used it for extensive writing. I use other Jetstream pens for that. I like this pen for drawing and it is really convenient during car trips for my son to sketch and draw. The Jetstream ink is wonderfully dark, rich, and goes down so smoothly that I really enjoy using it.
In search of the ultimate...
April 27, 2012
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In search of the ultimate multi-pen, I purchased the Uniball Jetstream, Dr. Grip, Uniball Gel, and the Zebra Spiral. Of them all, the JetStream takes the #1 prize out of them all. The ink flow and smoothness of writing is what makes it stand out from the rest. It should also be noted that the spring action feel and sound is better than the others (minus the Zebra spiral because its twist method is completely different). The body is slightly, almost noticeably, slimmer than the Dr Grip and Gel. The Zebra would have been a "go-to" pen for me but it only has red and black ink with a pencil so that immediately drops down its capabilities in times of fast note taking where color coding is being implemented. The grip is solid on all of them except the Gel. Preferring the soft grip, I would LOVE to see a Jetpen with the Gel grip. The Uniball Gel only has red and black ink also... and no eraser. Each pen has a time and place but the JetPen can do it all and does it the best. Highly recommended if you are looking for a nicely engineered writing utensil.
This originally was a...
January 28, 2012
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This originally was a great multi pen with mech. pencil combo. Unfortunately, for EVERY SINGLE PEN I have bought (which is about five), the pencil will eventually jam and stop working. It's a real bummer, cause otherwise it would be perfect. And believe me, it's not really a fixable issue (it's not your traditional jam, which I have fixed in many lead pencils over the years); basically after experiencing the stresses of normal use, the shaft bends and the clicking function for lead advance no longer works. It's a big disappointment. If you just take a look at the quality of the mechanical pencil, you'll see that it's pretty low budget. I have several Pilot Dr. Grips, but the ink in those is nowhere near the quality of these pens. It's too bad; otherwise it would be the perfect multi-pen!
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I would say the best...
July 27, 2011
I would say the best pen there is. Please do not look down on the nurses comment, Its probably the heat. My room was around the 90s and the pen would not work. Put it in the freezer and worked like new again. The grip is pretty decent, sliding is freaking awesome, and the jet stream colors are the best there are. and the 5 in 1 pen/pencil thing adds another positive thing. I would go with it:D
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