Product Reviews Written by kotsuzui

Product Reviews Written by kotsuzui

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Heed the description:...
April 8, 2015
Heed the description: do not buy anything brass if you want the finish to stay pristine. It will soon look aged. Otherwise, it's a lovely case, but I would consider bringing something else through airport security. Leaving Japan, I was stopped and a nice lady searched my carry on several times trying to figure out what was sticking out on their xray.
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Fits everything I need...
April 8, 2015
Fits everything I need nicely. The largest pouch holds a cased Hobonichi Techo snugly, and the smaller two fit my Note 4 and a thin notebook. The difficult part is deciding which pen to carry in it!
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How is this not a complete...
May 28, 2012
How is this not a complete rip-off of the Midori Traveler's Notebooks?
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Just buy a new pen for...
May 23, 2010
Just buy a new pen for 5 cents more.
It was a great pen for...
May 23, 2010
It was a great pen for a while, but I had some serious problems with it during the second half of its life. It wouldnt stop skipping, and would sometimes not write at all. It might be that my pen was slightly defective. Overall a good pen, especially among those with white pigment ink.
Great case~ Comfortably...
May 23, 2010
Great case~ Comfortably holds 40 (about two large handfulls) variously-sized pens in the inner pocket. Outer pocket holds 4 Lamy Safaris just as comfortably. The inner mesh "pocket" doesnt get much use, but the under-the-flap mesh sectionals are great for pencil lead, eraser refills, ink carts, etc. Lovely!
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I bought one of these...
July 12, 2009
I bought one of these from an eclectic art supply warehouse a while back -- always tempted to try out disposable fountain pens. Using it for the first time, I was incredibly surprised by just how thin the nib is -- It's EXTREMELY thin, as well as incredibly sharp. The ink is a nice, dark black that doesn't bleed, even in Moleskine notebooks (mostly due the the line thickness, I'd imagine). The only drawback, is that it skips to a degree when writing or drawing too swiftly. However, when using it at an adjusted speed, the ink flows well enough. Not recommended for writing on thin paper, though -- the sharp nib will most likely tear through. A pen I will definitely be buying refills for.
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