December 10, 2011
So far, so good. The body is reasonably slim--about the diameter of a standard
Kuru Toga pencil--and smooth to grip. It's definitely cheap feeling, but so is a
Bic, and this thing is way cooler than a Bic.
It's necessary to peel off the sticker before you can open it. The refills snap
into clearly visible holes. It takes some force to get them truly seated, but
once they're in place, the whole thing works smoothly. Writing with .5 gels is
about as dreamy as with the Signo DX: the pen just skates across the paper, no
rattling or bending. Same with the pencil component.
The white plungers & clip look a little dopey on the silver body--The black body
seems like it'd look nicer than the silver one does. But really, this is a
cheap, nifty, customizable multi-pen. If you want a nifty, customizable fine
writing implement, the metal version of the body component seems like it'd be a
One more thing: hang on to the little containers that held the refills. It's
hard to resist swapping in new colors, and you'll need a way to store the
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