Uni Jetstream Standard Ballpoint Pen - 0.5 mm - Blue Ink - White Body

Uni Jetstream Standard Ballpoint Pen - 0.5 mm - Blue Ink - White Body

$2.50
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4.3 (18 reviews)
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Ever since the release of the original Uni-ball Jetstream in 2006, Uni-Ball has been gradually adding new models every year. The newest Sport colors have not only new body colors, but they are also now available in a 0.5 mm tip. The Jetstream was named after the high-speed outpouring of jet stream airflow from a jet plane. The goal was to create a smooth outpouring of ink from a pen onto paper. Uni-Ball improves upon this design year after year by decreasing the coefficient of friction of its Jetstream pens to create an even more smooth and comfortable experience. The pen features light and water resistant oil-based ink. Black, blue and red ink refills are available.


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Without exaggeration,...
October 29, 2010
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Without exaggeration, my favourite ballpoint pen of any brand, model or specification. For anything short of running a 7-page imaginative context piece for my English exam, its balance between writing feedback and smoothness mated to a crisp, fine line is perhaps unbeatable. Maybe I'm just having an economy-pen streak lately but I've even been using this in preference to my 'high grade' models of various pens. For $2.25 it looks very sleek and professional.

As with all Jetstreams, the ink is much more vibrant than a typical ballpoint, particularly in blue. I find the black feels inferior to gel inks from Hi-Tec-Cs and Signos, but the blue has a nice color to it and a shade that makes it seem nothing like a second-rate compromise.

The retractable feature makes it nice and portable; the grip is neither too hard nor too soft. Most importantly of all, unlike with some of my fine-pointed Japanese gel pens, it has absolutely no trouble writing on rougher paper, whereas I feel my Hi-Tec-Cs and the like suffer unless I'm writing on high-grade notebooks. Signo DX, Signo RT, G2, thus far no pen has given me this level of performance (although I still prefer gel pens if I have quality writing material for the deeper colors).

If you know a better all-round pen for this kind of price, I'd really like to know.
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lpmusicmanlp
I can't use any other...
February 12, 2012
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I can't use any other ballpoint pen or gel pen. The smoothness is incomparable. I had to give this one to my mother though because she liked it so much, too! Luckily, I have backups.
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turtles3467
This is my favorite general-us...
February 2, 2016
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This is my favorite general-use pen, hands down. It's got a bit more bite than the slippery ink gel pen, which makes my handwriting look much better.
ebethster
I'm not a fan of ballpoints....
December 1, 2015
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I'm not a fan of ballpoints. This is good quality and I see why it's popular but I tend to prefer gel pens.
The plastic body is just...
November 17, 2015
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The plastic body is just ok, fine, really, but this refill in my Karas Kustoms Retrackt is a marriage made in heaven. Perfect for writing comments in the margins of student essays, where a fine line is necessary and a water- or gel-based ink just won't cut it (so, so many copier/printer papers are just so, so bad. So bad.).

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