The different sizing function really works! Very convenient for those who are
picky with how short or long they want their pencils to be sharpened. Will be
throwing out all my old pencil sharpeners in favour of this one!
Absolutely amazing pen! I was a little skeptical at first, considering the cheap
price of it compared to many other pricier models, but after reading many
positive reviews, I decided to take the plunge, and was not disappointed! It
writes superbly and the ink flows smoothly. I wrote an entire page with
absolutely no ink skipping so far. Some have commented that it's scratchy at
first and needs some time to 'break in', but I felt that it was only slight
scratchy and it wasn't much of a problem for me. The design of it is also very
nice, the clear barrel looks delicate yet sturdy. The cap is also a nice touch,
and it being a screw-on ensures that it won't fall off by accident leaving the
nib to be damaged. I'm pleased that I got this pen, as it's going to be my
everyday-pen from here on, and I'll definitely be investing in a few more for
'back up', along with ink cartridges.
Cute little pencil case. It can fit a fair few pens in it, along with separate
compartments for erasers, lead holders and other tidbits, which is very
convenient. It looks small, but it's enough to carry all my everyday essentials.
I have the other Mackee markers in the other sized points, so naturally I had to
get this new addition in extra fine point as well! As far as Zebra Mackee
markers go, they are absolute top notch. This extra fine version lays down
smooth, thin, consistent, super dark black lines. It's quick drying, and is
quite odorless, unlike that distinct smell of markers, like Sharpies and such. I
also love the double-sided component of these markers, it saves the trouble of
owning two different sized markers, when you can have the two in one!
This lead is perfect for under sketches and layout drawing, as the scanner
doesn't pick up this shade of blue. The colour is a pretty shade of blue and is
very easy on the eyes. The lead is also soft and smooth, I haven't had any
problems with lead breakage, and it erases really well!
This mechanical pencil is so much prettier in person than it is in the pictures.
The grip is very comfortable, and the pencil writes and draws with ease. The
lead is soft and the lead colour is also very pretty and easy on the eyes. I
thought it would've been too light of a blue colour, but this shade of blue is
perfect. I never have to squint to see my sketches! I also have no problems with
erasing either, it's very erasable!
I love the small size of this nib holder to larger ones, great for small detail
work. The weight is a nice touch and feels really comfortable in my fingers. I
wish smaller nib holders were made for the other nibs as well! Oddly enough, I
tend to get hand cramps when I hold something larger than the average pen size,
lol. So the small size of this works in my favour. Also, the colour is very
Absolutely top notch of the line leads. I use them for drawing in my Pentel
Graph 1000, it's very smooth, doesn't scratch the paper, and gives me consistent
lines with every stroke. The lead is solid and doesn't break easily. The casing
is very sleek and stylish, sturdy slide closure, but also very easy to get leads
out. These are the best leads I've used so far, and I'm definitely going to
stock up on the whole line in the future!
Absolutely top notch of the line leads. I use them for drawing in my Rotring
600, it's very smooth and gives me consistent lines with every stroke. The lead
is solid and doesn't break easily unlike other flimsy 0.3mm leads (and even I
have a heavy hand!) The casing is very sleek and stylish, sturdy slide closure,
but also very easy to get leads out. These are the best leads I've used so far,
and I'm definitely going to stock up on the whole line in the future!
This is my first time using Pilot's erasable gel pens, and I'm quite satisfied
with the results, although the ink has a slight watery look to it, it still
writes smoothly nonetheless. The erasablity part however, does erase quite well,
but there is still a faint, slightly yellowish tinge, left over from what you've
previously written, especially on thinner or low quality paper. On thicker
paper, it erases well but still leaves a slight imprint (like if you wrote
something hard with a pencil and erased it with an eraser). You can't have the
best of both worlds, and I'd still prefer to have an erasable pen to one that's