When notetaking for my Chemistry or Bio classes I like to have different colors
to differentiate and draw attention to things, and do these ever! I agree with
another reviewer that I normally use a much thinner pen, but for this type of
application I don't mind too much. I do wish the size would have been posted
though. And it is a heck of a deal.
I especially like how the pretty sparklies will assure my husband and male
lab-mates will never touch my pens! ; )
So I've noticed that the codes on the G2 0.38s and G-Knock 0.38 inks are the
same, so I thought I'd be a crafty ninja and order refills for the G-Knock for
my beloved G-2s. Well, they arrive with typical JetPens lightning speed and I
pop one into my empty barrel aaaand...crap! It's kinda scratchy and skips and
not at ALL what I'm used to. So I pull it out to check the codes...yep, it's the
same ink refills, but its 3 YEARS OLD!
*Sigh*...not cool, JetPens...not cool. I thought we had a good thing goin' on
here? What gives? I know things are tough all over, man, but to do that to a
Anyhooo, the whole reason I was looking to buy refills was to cut down on waste
and garbage in the landfills. So now I have to try and decide if the extra
postage and shipping carbon footprint is worth it to return these muthas.