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The greatest pen on this...
February 9, 2015
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The greatest pen on this Website. Buy it immediately.
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For years I used a Parker...
August 30, 2015
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For years I used a Parker T-Ball Jotter as my primary pen, but I was getting tired of the gumminess of the ink, and no feel for flowing ink like with a fountain pen. I saw an article in the New York Times about these pens so I gave them a try. The Blue is a little too light for me, so I just ordered a Blue Black refill. As for writing with them, it is a pleasure. The pen fits well in my hand, smooth ink flow, no skipping or splotching like you get at times with a Jotter.
This is my number one...
July 27, 2015
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This is my number one gel pen. I've tried a few but this one is best. Smooth writing, retractable, pretty blue ink, and refillable.
I have this in the polka-dot...
February 28, 2015
I have this in the polka-dot case. It writes very smoothly but sometimes it does skip. I think the UM-151s write more smoothly, but the UM-138s are so much more comfortable to write with for extended periods of time. The UM-138s also have a bit more friction when writing than the UM-151s, which I like because it helps me control my writing a bit better. Overall, this is a really good pen.
simply perfect...
February 23, 2015
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simply perfect
I love these pens. This...
November 24, 2014
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I love these pens. This color is one of my favorites. The lighter blue is kind of too light and matches the lines to my college ruled notebook paper. This one is moderately bright and very legible.
Absolutely love these...
November 9, 2014
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Absolutely love these pens. Bright ink, and nice smooth writers! And retractable points!
This is a wonderful pen...
October 25, 2014
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This is a wonderful pen to have handy when you want to write small and the paper is too absorbent for a fine nib fountain pen. The cartridge comes sealed so it is fresh when you get it. The retractable pint means no cap to worry about. I use it in my Day-Timer and other notebooks with very narrow line spacing. On wide-ruled paper, I find that the writing looks too thin and the point is not as smooth as a fine nib fountain pen. I rate it as five stars because it is in the top 10% of pens I use regularly.
Favorite pen...
October 17, 2014
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Favorite pen
I'm relatively new to...
February 20, 2013
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I'm relatively new to the world of micro pens. The other micro pens I have are the mach IIs which are liquid ink and 0.4, the mach III (not on jetpens) which is 0.38 liquid ink, and the stylefit 0.38 gel. I will say that I am impressed with this pen. It does not skip and is pretty smooth, not to mention it's cheaper than the stylefit and has a larger ink refill. The ink refill isn't as big as it looks because the plastic walls of the refill are thick, but I'm pretty sure there's more ink than in a stylefit single refill. If you want an all purpose thin pen, I'd say based off my first impressions of writing that this is the pen for you. I haven't had this for a long time, but I am optimistic that it will turn out to be a great everyday usage pen.
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