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The Pilot Hi-Tec-C gel ink pens are one of our personal JetPens favorites as far as fine lines and smooth writing go. These are one of the few pens we carry that produce mechanical pencil-looking lines with gel ink.
The Hi-Tec-C pens are available in 0.25 mm, 0.3 mm, 0.4 mm and 0.5 mm sizes. The fine tips are pretty fragile though, so they will bend if dropped without the cap or possibly even from a very heavy handed writer. Regardless, this is the perfect pen for writing detailed notes in a smaller area. The ink is a special gel formula that dries quickly and does not smudge as easily as other gel ink pens. Some people do find the smaller point sizes (0.25 and 0.3 mm) to be a little scratchy, and they will poke through thinner paper like post-its or copier paper.
Another bonus is that the same great writing and ink quality of this pen is available in a fancier form. Let's face it, if you are going to use this pen to take notes in a high-stakes executive power meeting, the original clear plastic body can look a little cheap. For this reason Pilot has the Hi-Tec-C Cavalier pen which is a more sophisticated and formal version, that is refillable. The full metal body gives a nice weight in hand when writing, but it is only refillable with the designated Cavalier refills, so your soda blue or mandarin orange Hi-Tec-C refill will not work in this dressed up pen body.
Here at JetPens not only do we have a vast selection of different colored gel pens, but we also carry gel pens that have scented ink! These can be really fun to use while taking notes, writing a letter, or just doodling on your notepad, and they add a whiff of something tasty to whatever you're writing.
The Dong-A Miffy Scented Gel Ink Pens feature Dick Bruna's famous bunny character Miffy! With a 0.5 mm thickness, they're just the right size for comfortable writing and organized notes, and come in 18 great sweet scented colors.
The ever-popular Uni-ball Signo pens also come in a scented ink series! The Uni-ball Signo Scents UM-120SC Gel Ink Pens have a 0.8 mm width and are available in ten different color and scent combinations.
The Zebra Laflleche Sweets Scents Gel Ink Pens give you the sweet fragrance of your favorite desserts every time you take notes. It's pigment ink is water resistant and writes in vibrant colors.
Lastly, the Zebra Pticolon Gel Ink Pens not only write well, but smell great too! Only the 8 color set is available, with the pens in 0.8 mm size.
The structure of the Kuretake Fountain Hair Brush Pen is basically the same as a regular fountain pen, with an ink cartridge inside and a brush end nib.
Sometimes the ink in the brush nib can harden after a long period of no usage. If this happens, you can take the following steps to get the pen going again:
1) Remove the ink cartridge from inside the pen barrel.
You can save a full ink cartridge by covering the opening with some scotch tape and storing with the opened side up.
2) Soak the brush pen nib in room temperature or warm water. Make sure to change out the water when it is saturated with ink, until the water is no longer black. (1-5 days)
Please do not remove the metal part or disassemble the brush part, in order to prevent ink leakage.
3) Rinse the clean brush nib with running water, and remove the excess water using some tissue. Leave it in a shady spot for a day or so, to let it air dry.
If you put the nib back before it is dry, the ink may leak from the side.
4) Insert a new ink cartridge.
After you insert the ink cartridge, the writing might be a bit weak in color due to the moisture left in the brush nib. If you keep wring for a while, the color of the ink will go back to the original color.
To avoid this pen drying out in the first place, Kuretake recommends to use this pen often, without a long period of no usage. Also when you finish writing, they recommend to lightly dry any excess ink off the nib with some tissue before you put the cap back on.
April 11, 2011 - Posted by Elizabeth to Multi Pens
To refill the lead in your Pilot Hi-Tec-C Coleto multi pen, you must first remove the pencil component altogether from the pen body.
Then, hold the component tip-side up while grasping the main metal tube, and remove the lead mechanism piece
The piece should come off right where the metal tube ends and the white plastic piece begins.
Insert your refill lead, then put the component back together.
After you place the pencil component back into your Coleto multi pen, you're ready to go!
(A good tip to know is that most of our multi pens with pencil components refill in the same way!)
To insert the ink or pencil components into the Pilot Hi-Tec-C Coleto multi pen bodies, first open the cap at the top of the pen body:
(the cap can be stuck on pretty tightly, but use of a fingernail under the tab will help open it up)
Then, slide in the components inside the little spring with the pen tip going in first. The corresponding push buttons have small tabs on the side, which need to slide into the matching spaces.
Repeat as necessary to fill all of the available spaces in your Coleto pen.
After you have put in all the components to fill you Colet multi pen, simply close the top cap with a *click* and viola! You're done!