| I got this and a few...
, January 16, 2013
I got this and a few other colors as a gift. I was reading the other reviews on
here about this refill's short life span and have also stumbled onto this. For
me this pen is supposed to color coordinate notes and such and it lasted much
longer when used this way. It also helped that I had 2 Pilot Coleto's. I also
remedied the longevity problem for essays and long writing by using the UM-151
version of the Signo 0.38 which I also got as a gift (It pays to have a relative
living in Japan). I just got the 0.28 in 8 colors to replace my dwindling 0.38
inks and will be writing a review for those in a week or so.
| I absolutely adore this...
, January 5, 2012
I absolutely adore this refill! Unfortunately, it is so tiny that after just a
couple day's use, it meets its end. (I will admit - I do a LOT of writing.)
| This size I agree is...
, December 15, 2010
This size I agree is better than the 0.28 for general writing, smooth, dark,
doesn't smudge. What's not to love? Ink runs out in about... hmm.. with all
seriousness, a heavy day or two of writing. So we are talking less than 20 pages
of notes. Maybe less. Studying for finals? Bulk writing? Forget it, grab a
techno-line and get the job done. Of course, I still write a lot with these but
it sure does get expensive. So if you're a biochemistry major and are up to your
eyes in notes? Be prepared for an expensive new favorite pen.
| Very nice output, but...
, August 18, 2010
Very nice output, but relatively speaking (against pens like the Hi-Tec-C and
Uni-ball's Jetstream) it is quite scratchy. Thankfully, if you want something
smoother, the Style Fit accommodates Jetstream 0.7mm refills too, although you'd
be trading up a beautiful line for a smoother experience.
| I actually bought these...
, June 4, 2010
I actually bought these pens at a Jusco, since I live in Japan. But, since they
are offered on this site (for cheaper than what I paid in the store, too), I
decided to review them.
I have the .28mm and .38mm pens in every color available.
The ink flow is smooth. The colors are vibrant.
I like the .38 more than the .28, as the lines look a lot better. I bought the
.28mm specifically for writing kanji with multiple strokes, but the .38 work
just as well, and the lines look better.