Product Reviews Written by guinnrm

Product Reviews Written by guinnrm

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(This is the same review...
June 13, 2013
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(This is the same review for the 0.3mm black ink, except for adding that the blue is a dark navy.) Like most roller ball pens, the line put down is thicker than you'd generally expect--which is why I like the 0.3mm so much, it's really about the equivalent to a 0.5 pencil or drawing pen. I love the ergonomic design, the grippy feel of the pen body, and the super cool cap. I had some skipping problems when I first started writing, but that has cleared up and haven't had problems since, very smooth writing. Great note-taking, on the go pen. I had been primarily using the Ohto Graphic Liners (0.2, 0.5, and 1.0), but those dried up so quickly and I've been so pleased with this pen, I've almost completely switched over to this (and the black ink version)!
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Like most roller ball...
June 13, 2013
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Like most roller ball pens, the line put down is thicker than you'd generally expect--which is why I like the 0.3mm so much, it's really about the equivalent to a 0.5 pencil or drawing pen. I love the ergonomic design, the grippy feel of the pen body, and the super cool cap. I had some skipping problems when I first started writing, but that has cleared up and haven't had problems since, very smooth writing. Great note-taking, on the go pen. I had been primarily using the Ohto Graphic Liners (0.2, 0.5, and 1.0), but those dried up so quickly and I've been so pleased with this pen, I've almost completely switched over to this!
The Frixion erasable...
September 1, 2012
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The Frixion erasable pens have been favorites of mine for several months now. I was a bit disappointed that this pen does not have the needle-like tip that the .3mm pen has (just a regular pen tip), but this pen writes so smoothly and erases so cleanly I still love it! It definitely writes in dark grey, not black, like most erasable "black" pens. It's still a very dark color and does not bother me one bit, just know what to expect when you get this pen!
Love, love these drawing...
September 1, 2012
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Love, love these drawing pens. First of all, they AREN'T felt tipped! Which is a must for those of us with heavy hands. The rollerball is unbelievable smooth. Definitely note that the width of the line you get with these pens (1.0, .5, .2, etc.) is a bit wider than what you'd get with lead of the same size, because the ball does spread out the line a bit.
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This is a great pencil,...
September 1, 2012
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This is a great pencil, especially for the price. I've gotten so many other $4-5 pencils and they are a pain to write with. This one feels solid, has a nice smooth clicking action, and looks really elegant (rather than industrial like most drafting pencils). A really nit-picky perk for me is that the cap for the eraser is a solid design too--the entire end (blue and silver sheath) comes off to reveal the eraser, so you can't accidentally twist the part that shows the lead number while you're getting at the eraser. I'm very glad I ordered two of these, and may get another!
Awesome pen, really fun...
January 24, 2012
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Awesome pen, really fun to write with.
These are awesome highlighters...
January 24, 2012
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These are awesome highlighters for the super-organized. I can't believe I haven't had them until now!
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