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Uni Style Fit Meister 5 Color Multi Pen Body Component - Black

Uni Style Fit Meister 5 Color Multi Pen Body Component - Black

$8.25
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4.3 (12 reviews)
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Uni Style Fit will only take Style Fit refills and not standard Uni multi pen refills.

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

Uni has created a new writing system that is both extremely customizable and affordable. Like the higher end Sharbo X from Zebra, the Style Fit writing system gives you the freedom of choice to create a writing instrument that is as unique as you are. You can customize many aspects of your pen including what type of refills you want (gel, ballpoint, or mechanical pencil), the pen body and ink colors that you want, as well as the number of writing instruments you want to have (different sized bodies are available that can hold 1, 3, or 5 writing instruments).

Each writing instrument line consists of the best that Uni-ball has to offer. The ballpoint line contains the famous oil based, water and light resistant Jetstream ink that writes incredibly smooth. The gel ink line contains the popular Signo ink that is the same as that in the popular selling Uni-ball Signo line. The mechanical pencil is pre-filled with Uni-ball NanoDia Low-Wear pencil leads, which are infused with nano-diamond pieces to create an unusually strong and high-quality lead. The combination of all the above allows you to create a multi-pen that has all the best Uni-ball qualities in one single instrument. In addition, the system is eco-friendly since you can refill it again and again.

The light weight pen body is made of plastic and features a clear bottom portion that allows you to see ink color.


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I work as a night auditor...
July 7, 2013
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I work as a night auditor in a hotel and an constantly using different color pens. In the past I used a Papermate X-Tend Multi and later their PhD Multi, both of which I had to buy multiple times after they broke down on me after a year or so. Their rotating action is the main weakness.

It was a tough choice for me between this and the Hi-Tec-C. It came down to the refills being less complicated and less expensive, and I like the conical tips that look stronger to me than the thin needle tips. Since I wanted a separate pencil (the black .3mm Kuru Toga) I opted to fill it with five .28mm gels for the finest lines and longer life. The eraser has seen almost no action because of this, but it's the same size as the one in that model of pencil.

This pen is amazing! The barrel could use a grip but the smooth plastic doesn't bother me at all. It's extremely light but not flimsy to me. It takes very little pressure to write, and the superfine gels haven't disappointed me. The lines are consistent, and only once the black started to fade on me due to a bubble I think was caused from dropping it. The blue had one too, but it didn't affect the line at all. The black recovered after a few days of coming out a light gray. I've dropped this pen several times (I have this bad habit of tossing and catching at work, heh heh) and that problem hasn't happened since.

The lever action is very nice too—very light and they click into place easily and securely. The only drawback is it's a little sensitive if another lever is touched. It doesn't take much to make your selection snap back, especially when touching the main lever that is the clip.

I found a nice bonus too: the refills for this pen are the same size as the Papermates I used to use, so after my first red ran out, I popped in the last two (dull brick) red refills I had sitting around. This pen has no trouble using them as it takes a higher pressure to write with medium ballpoints. The second one is almost done and I can't wait to put the next .28 red gel in! I checked and saw the gel refills for this pen work perfectly in the two types of Papermate Multis I used to use, which is nice because fine-point ballpoint refills for those were hard to find, but the Meister is so much better. After using this pen constantly for eight months, it's not showing much wear. The black plastic where I grip it near the end is slightly smoother but not by much.

I recommend this pen highly, and bought a second one for a co-worker last Christmas—she loves it, and from what I've seen, the pencil action is more solid than the old Papermates from my past. I'd like to see them offer pencil inserts in .3mm (one advantage of the Hi-Tec-C,) as well as other sizes, but as I decided to go with a Kuru Toga, it doesn't really concern me.
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I bought this pen to...
September 10, 2011
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I bought this pen to be able to have all my favorite colors in one pen and only have to carry one. For a pen freak like me that was a pretty stupid thought. I'm still going to carry a purse full of pens because of all the different colors, points, etc. :)

This pen is lightweight plastic and feels a bit cheap at first. Changing the colors is somewhat smooth. A couple times I've clicked to change the color and had to click the button again because the refill popped back up into the pen but that may have been operator error. The barrel is a little fat and took some getting used to. I ordered 5 refills in the .5 and a pencil refill as well. The colors are very nice. The .5 is a nice fine line, I think anything smaller is too fine a point in this particular pen but that is a personal choice. Overall I like the colors but the fat barrel makes it a little annoying to write with.
2 people found this helpful
rbquilter
This is my new favorite...
January 16, 2013
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This is my new favorite pen!!! it has 5 slots to insert ink refills and the clickey part slides smoothly. It also stays down when pushed all the way (rather than randomly unclicking).

I think the only downside is that you must buy the ink recommended for this pen and the ink could use some improvement. Though the colors are nice and vibrant (and there is a large variety of colors, the ink could be smoother.
But regardless, this is the perfect pen for me to take notes with for my economics class.
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asian_lily_8691
I tried this version...
May 19, 2016
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I tried this version out for the first time (usually get the Uni Style Fit 5 Color Multi Pen Body Component - Black) and have LOVED this. Highly recommend it! Great to have an eraser on board finally!
maxkarlwood
I bought this and the...
May 10, 2016
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I bought this and the Hi-Tec C Coleto 4 color body. I like the look of this pen better because it feels a bit sleeker and the "thumb tabs" are smaller. However, the clear window section isn't very good for identifying where the inserts are. The "tabs" on the Hi Tec C Coleto 4-color are easier to select the desired pen insert.

Years ago, I had a 4-insert pen with a metal body. It felt substantially heftier/better, but I constantly had problems with the pencil lead breaking. I'm not interested in paying over $100 for a metal body multipen. For only about $8, this body is a steal and the inserts aren't that bad at all. I haven't had an broken pencil lead with this pen yet.

I would have preferred a 4-color body instead of 5. (I only use black, blue, red, pencil) But that's just a personal issue.

PROs
inexpensive
light weight
fits up to 5 colors
sleek
thumb tabs are smaller than the Hi Tec C Coleto 4-color

CONs
at first, it feels cheap
the clear window isn't very good for selecting colors
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