Uni SXR-80-38 Jetstream Ballpoint Multi Pen Refill - 0.38 mm - Black

Uni SXR-80-38 Jetstream Ballpoint Multi Pen Refill - 0.38 mm - Black

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4.4 (5 reviews)
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This is one black 0.38 mm refill for the Jetstream ballpoint multi pens listed under Compatible Products.

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November 19, 2015
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I love this ink because...
October 12, 2015
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I love this ink because it flows so well. Another needle point I use clogs up with certain paper.
Arrived on time and work...
August 6, 2015
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Arrived on time and work great!
super happy to have found...
November 21, 2014
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super happy to have found a place that sells refills after getting this pen as a gift from a friend.
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November 6, 2014
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I bought this refill to use with the Uni Jetstream 4&1 after using a Uni Jetstream 3 with 0.7mm refills (only multi function pen available on the general market in Australia) and whilst I was exceptionally happy with the 0.7mm Jetstream I am not overly impressed with the 0.38mm refill. Now I must say that this is probably because of the quality of plan pads that I have tested this pen on. I draw house plans as I sell floorcoverings for a living and have found that the tips tend to be very scratchy on the plan pads we use. I am sure that this wouldn't be an issue if the plan pads were of a higher quality paper, but they aren't so that is the only reason that the refills get a 2 star, simply because for MY OWN personal circumstances, they are not suitable. I use the 0.5mm and am in absolute LOVE with the refills (I use it with the Jetstream 4&1 pen). So if you are in the floorcovering / carpet / flooring industry, you might like to try the 0.38mm to see how it works for you, but your better bet would be the 0.5mm as it simply glides over a lower quality paper with ease.