Love these staple-less stapler, mostly for two or three-sheet attachment, it
does beautifully for the majority of my stapling needs. No need to use any
metal, and the cut and slip mechanism works consistently.
It writes well when it writes, but the feed on mine isn't giving enough ink, so
the nib dries up and it takes a lot of shaking and/or squeezing of the cartridge
before enough ink flows to write again. I didn't like mine. It's a pretty cute
pen, and cheap, but I wish it would write better.
This is now my favorite fountain pen. A very fine nib, that writes with a very
smooth and even ink flow, and lightweight enough for my grip. The shaped grip
works well with my fingers, and the cartridge compartment holds the Pilot
converter as well! So I can refill it from bottled ink. The feed and nib seem to
work just fine with a number of different inks, so i'm very content. The bright
cap makes it easy to spot.
Exactly what I needed to carry pens in my purse. I keep losing them at the
bottom of everything, but this keeps them afloat and keeps them from damage by
my keys or other sharp objects in my purse. I also have been happy with the
lining when flying with this and having one of my fountain pens have a bit too
much air in the reservoir, this kept the ink inside the case and nothing leaked
outside of it! Very happy with this little case.
Solid, great feeling tip with plenty of ink flow, the pen is the right length
and light weight. I love that the cap is so tight fitting, especially here in
Colorado, where the arid altitude really makes pens dry out quickly if the cap
doesn't fit well.
It's excellent for what it is, but it actually doesn't hold most of my wooden
pencils, as it's just a little too small. It's good with the standard yellow
school pencils, most of them, but I actually use a lot of Palomino Prospector
pencils, which are just a little bit too big to fit this holder.