October 1, 2010
I liked the black ink that came with the original 0.7 mm pen, so I thought it
would be nice to try out the blue ink. It wasn't as good as the black ink. I
immediately thought that I got a defective one, so I ordered another Blue Pen
refill, but that one was just as bad as the first one. It was "skippy" at first.
Then after 2 pages of writing, I was just scratching the paper with a piece of
metal because the ink wasn't coming out. It felt like it was out of ink, which
was impossible because I can still see the ink in the cartridge. Plus, the
original black ink that I had lasted until all the ink in the cartridge was
gone. I left it alone for a few days, and decided to use it again because I
don't want it to go to waste. It was a bit better. It "regained" some ink so
that I could write again, and it wasn't as "skippy" as the first time. Overall,
it wasn't as smooth as the original black ink.
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