Uni Power Tank Smart Series Ballpoint Pen - 0.7 mm - Navy Body

Uni Power Tank Smart Series Ballpoint Pen - 0.7 mm - Navy Body

$3.30
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3.8 (8 reviews)
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The Power Tank technology of pressurized ballpoint pens has been super well received by pen lovers all over the world that Uni has made newly designed pen bodies to host the technology!

The new “Smart” series of Power Tank pens come in 2 body designs. The regular series comes in shimmering polycarbonate barrels that have subtle patterns of colors. The High Grade series showcases a fine spiral design on the aluminum pen barrel.

The regular series uses standard Power Tank refills, while the High Grade series has its own metallic casing refills. Both series come in 6 body colors with 0.7 mm black ink refills. The High Grade series also has a silver body pen in 1.0 mm.

The Power Tank pen is worthy of being used either in the military or excursions to Antarctica. The pen writes in extreme conditions including wet surfaces, cool temperatures, and even upside down. Normal pens utilize gravity to create ink flow onto a paper. But the Power Tank utilizes internal compressed air pressure to push out ink onto the paper. Revolving air inside allows it to continually push ink out until the end. The pen can write in weightless conditions such as in space, on wet paper and subzero environments. The oil based pigment ink is high density and comes out smooth and dark on paper. You can write super fast without skipping or scratching the paper.

Model NumberUNI SN201PT07.9
Weight0.4 ounces
ManufacturerUni
Body Color Dark Blue
Body Material Plastic
Clip Material Plastic
Clippable Yes
Design Style Pressurized Ink
Diameter - Grip 11 mm
Diameter - Max 11 mm
Grip Color Translucent Black
Grip Material Plastic
Ink Refillable Yes
Length - Extended 14.3 cm
Length - Retracted 14.4 cm
Mechanism Retractable
Pre-Installed Ink Color Black
Tip Length 6 mm
Tip Material Metal
Tip Size 0.7 mm
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Wrote acceptably but...
July 18, 2012
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Wrote acceptably but the barrel fractured, rendering it dangerous to use. Very disappointing! I had high hopes for this pen. Save your money by buying the regular kind, or get a proper Fisher Space Pen.

I found the ink to be acceptable. I used this as my dedicated car-pen; in good temperatures it writes like a good ballpoint, and in sub-zero Canadian winters it writes like a thick, below-average ballpoint: that it still writes is impressive enough for me!

Unfortunately, the top of the barrel fractured, and while the pen is still intact, clicking the pen down or up you risk having the top pop off. I have stopped using it for fear of losing it forever.

Total usage: a few hundred lines in my car, and a *single day* of pocket carry, prematurely aborted because I noticed the barrel had already snapped.
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scott_karana
Very nice style. Little...
August 14, 2015
Very nice style. Little scratchy. Good flow.
Chessman1
Perfect for my purpose....
May 24, 2015
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Perfect for my purpose. I generally prefer a thicker, grippier, heavier pen barrel. But I needed pens to fit elastic pen holders attached to folios. This one slides in and out well. For me, the pressurized cartridge is also important.
Writes very smooth and...
February 24, 2015
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Writes very smooth and consistent ink flow. Line thickness is more like a 0.5mm than a 0.7mm.
This is the same review...
October 31, 2014
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This is the same review that I wrote for the silver version.

The refill is excellent. The grip area is very slippery. Imagine the most slippery pen you have (for me it's a stainless Parker Jotter), and I guarantee this grip is 10 times worse. It's also somewhat fat, which compounds the problem.

I scuffed the grip with 50 grit sandpaper, I cut grooves in it, I sprayed Plasti-Dip on it. The final solution was to sand it down and put a Pilot G2 grip on it. It's not pretty now, but it's actually usable.

I went to all that work because the rest of the pen is so good. I consider this pen mostly useless without modification. I can't believe this pen made it to production--nobody at the company could have possibly thought the grip was acceptable.
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