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I love this pen! The...
, January 6, 2012
I love this pen! The ink flow is great and the line width is uniform with no
skips or blobs. It writes very smoothly, even in cursive. I use this pen to
write notes in the margin of my Bible. The ink does not bleed through the super
thin pages and is not even visible through them (which is not the case with
regular black pens). I found it to be a beautiful subtle color that is easy on
the eyes. Love the clip, too. It slips easily over notebook covers. This is
my #2 pen. If I'm not writing in blue-black, then I'm using this one.
| This is perhaps my favorite...
, May 13, 2011
This is perhaps my favorite Sarasa Clip color. It's so pretty! And I agree it's
like writing in pencil, but unlike graphite, the writing won't smudge and the
line width will be uniform. The color is most effective as writing side comments
or footnotes, or writing on the fronts and backs of thin paper, as it won't
bleed through like darker colors.
| This pen is great! I...
, March 8, 2011
This pen is great! I was disappointed at first, and hated the color because it's
so light, but after using it a couple of times I fell in love with the color. It
is a light steel (not brown enough to be confused with pencil, in my opinion).
It writes a fine line, smoothly and comfortably.
| Amazing gray color. I...
, February 9, 2011
Amazing gray color. I never knew writing in gray could be so much fun. It is a
subtle color and it won't work well on every color of paper, but on bright white
and cream pages it is a dream. The ink flows smoothly, and the line is fine and
| I LOVE this color --...
, October 29, 2010
I LOVE this color -- I agree with an earlier Reviewer that it looks like you are
writing in pencil. It is subtly Different, definitely not an obnoxious color.
And, of course, it is a Sarasa Clip, which means that the ink flows incredibly
smoothly. Overall, this is a fun pen that I turn to time and time again.