Uni Style Fit Meister 3 Color Multi Pen Body Component - Gun Metal Gray

$16.50
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3.8 (9 reviews)
DescriptionSpecifications
Uni Style Fit will only take Style Fit refills and not standard Uni multi pen refills.

Pen body ONLY. Ballpoint, gel ink, and mechanical pencil refills are available for purchase separately.

This metal pen body is a sophisticated addition to the Style Fit line, and is perfect for the professional set, or just someone looking for an elegant, yet customizable multi pen. After filling the pen body with your chosen Style Fit components, you simply need to rotate the body to select each component to use! The clear plastic piece in the center of the barrel allows you to view the components inside. This pen body also features a sturdy metal clip. Different colors available.

Pen body dimensions: Approximately 5.5 inches (13.9 cm) long and 0.4 inches (10 mm) in diameter.

Model NumberUNI UE3H1008.43
Weight0.5 ounces
ManufacturerUni
Body Color Gray
Body Material Metal
Clip Material Plastic
Clippable Yes
Color Set No
Design Style Customizable - Pen Body Only
Eraser Included No
Grip Color Metallic Gray
Grip Material Metal
Ink Refillable Yes
Mechanism Twist
Takes Pencil Component Yes
Tip Material Metal
Tip Size Must be purchased separately.

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Uni Style Fit Meister 3 Color Multi Pen Body Component - Gun Metal Gray - UNI UE3H1008.43
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Uni Style Fit Multi Pen Mechanical Pencil Component - 0.5 mm - UNI M5R189
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Uni Style Fit Gel Ink Multi Pen Ink Cartridge - 0.38 mm - Black - UNI UMR10938.24
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I waited a long time...
January 5, 2013
Verified Purchase
I waited a long time before deciding to buy this, mostly because of the price relative to other style fit bodies and because of the previous review about not being able to see the color of the ink barrels. I'm glad I ended up buying it. You can definitely see which ink you're using through the clear window, even if the ink runs low, because the refills themselves have color printed on them that reaches to the level of the window. I personally found the weight to be just right, and I don't think that it looks or feels very cheap. Also, one of the things I didn't like about the design in the picture is the gold rings on the body. However, that's actually just part of a sticker, so the body is just one solid color, which I think looks much nicer, especially for the other colors that don't match so well with gold.

My one gripe with this body is its mechanism. The top portion that twists to select the cartridge doesn't turn 360 deg, which means that if you want to go from color A to color C, you have to go through B (if that makes any sense). Compare to other refills, in which you you can just quickly select the color. Another thing about the mechanism is that in order to retract the cartridge, you twist the barrel to a position between that of 2 cartridges, which is actually not a very stable position. I can imagine that if the pen gets thrown in a bag, the barrel can easily get rotated so that one of the refills gets selected, ruining the refill and getting ink all over my bag.
6 people found this helpful
I spotted this pen while...
February 24, 2012
Verified Purchase
I spotted this pen while recently browsing JetPens. I'm addicted to the Jetstream series and have a bunch of multi-pens and single-ink pens, as well as a customized Hard Lock that accepts the Jetstream multi-pen refills. I experimented with the first line of Style Fit multi-pens and could never shake the feeling that they were somewhat cheap-feeling. I had a lot of customization options, but a plastic pen will usually feel too light in the hand.

I was excited to see a metal-body Jetstream multi-pen, but this pen has one glaring flaw which became obvious when I put the refills in:

You can't see how much ink is left in the refills.

The clear plastic gap in the middle is only partly useful for seeing the remaining ink supply and for seeing which ink you're currently using. You can't tell the ink color in use directly; you have to see the other two ink colors to determine which one you're using. (Other multi-pens have this same problem.)

Despite being made of metal, this pen feels insubstantial. I know there's a certain advantage in a lightweight pen, and this pen is inexpensive so it's not supposed to feel substantial. But I for one wouldn't mind if Uni/Mitsubishi came out with an upscale multi-pen body in the Style Fit series. (My ideal multi-pen would be a Zebra Sharbo X that can accept Jetstream refills.)

I would score this pen higher if there was a broader selection of body colors.
4 people found this helpful
eugene.tang
I really wanted this...
January 10, 2014
Verified Purchase
I really wanted this pen to be five stars. It does look gorgeous in gun metal gray, very stylish and quite impressive. I also totally love the way the Style Fit refills write (I am particularly fond on the 0.5mm Black/Brown) and I love the fact that I can combine different line width, gel and ballpoints and I can even get over the fact that you really cannot see the ink color or how much ink you have left through the little window as the other reviewer remarked. With only three colors, I can remember what to expect at each position.

I do wish that the "neutral" would be a bit more pronounced, maybe give it is's own "stop", as right now it kind of just hovers between either two color selections.

And while the Style Fit refills typically don't last very long, that is absolutely NO problem with this pen because you can't actually use it to write with. The grip is simply to slippery (if you want to replicate the feel, grab your most slippery pen, cover your hands with liberal amounts of hand lotion and give it a try - actually, you will probably have a better grip). One reviewer remarked he added some sleeve, I am just not sure if I would like the look. I will try to find a jeweler and try to see if I can get some ridges engraved, so I can actually use the pen, although it will probably cost me more than the pen itself. Maybe I'll use glue. :-(

Uni, if you read this, please fix this glaring mistake. Thank you in advance.
2 people found this helpful
kdoblinger
This is a nice looking...
July 24, 2015
Verified Purchase
This is a nice looking pen but honestly, I was extremely disappointed.
First, it does not turn easily to get the ink colour you want. I have been struggling with it since I got it.
It is not easy to find the close/neutral position either. I would rather not end up with ink all over the inside of my bag.
The gel pen tip, does not write as smooth as I expected.
I think a two star rating with this pen is being extremely generous.
Glad I bought a couple different pens with this order because this one I will probably hardly ever use.
carriemorrison79
I wanted to love this...
June 8, 2015
Verified Purchase
I wanted to love this pen. Many pros: fits comfortably in your hand; nice looking; see-through center to see which color ink is being used; as you turn the top, the clip lines up with the selected ink so you know what color will come out; writes smoothly. So why not 5 stars? Because the grip is so slippery, I can't use it to write more than a couple sentences. I tried putting tape or a rubber band around the grip section (classy!), but this is not a fix obviously. Uni, if you're listening, please make a version of this pen with a better grip - or any grip. We'll buy it!
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