This pen is beautiful.
The picture doesn't do it justice. It's extremely glossy, heavy, sturdy, and
Red and silver matches quite well, and the cap fits very well onto the pen.
Capping it is a push, and it slides on, while posting it has a click. when
posted, the cap will spin around freely.
The writing is rather nice, with the same amazing writing that one would expect
of a Hi Tec C.
The only thing that might be rather bad is the body of the pen is extremely
thin, thinner than a normal hi tec, and it gets a bit hard to write with if one
writes too much. Another thing is that the pen is too shiny, as scratching it,
for someone like me, is a terrible event.
They are extremely fine.
REALLY FINE. It's fun to see how small one can write with them.
They are rather scratchy though, and it feels like they get thin and then
thicker, so the consistency is not that great.
It is good for a novelty pen, but I won't ever see myself actually writing with
this on a regular basis.
The best pen I have ever written with.
The ink is smooth, and flows extremely well for a .28.
The tip feels extremely sturdy, so I don't worry about pushing too hard or
The barrel feels strong, and the grip is really nice as well.
It's very comfortable to hold in one's hand.
Overall, I can't wait to get some more of these! They will be my pen of choice
for a long long time.
Okay, so I just got this pen from a friend who went to Japan and brought back
First of all, I would like to say, that this is a bit scratchy.
It writes EXTREMELY well though.
It flows well, it has good consistent ink, and it does not smear.
The irks in this pen, at least for me, lie in the barrel and the point.
The point feels delicate, so it just doesn't feel natural sometimes.
The barrel feels somewhat cheap, and I don't really like the grip. It is just
raised plastic, so if your hands ever get sweaty, then it gets uncomfortable.