I found this pen a "mas o menos" (more or less) product because its just so
AVERAGE. But for this price you can't really complain... I'm just sad I invested
in two of the replacement inks even though I hate the color of the ink!
> EXTREMELY cheap, refillable fountain pen -- This happens to be my first
because of this
> Stands out in America -- No one uses fountain pens at my school, I feel
special using it. C:
> The nib is BLUE -- It's so pretty and fun to use
> The line is thicker than I expected
> The ink is not at all like the picture, its like a watery blue black -- It
makes me feel depressed because its so gray
I use this pen on papers that I turn in to the classes I really don't care about
just for the fact that its fun to write with but is ugly. I write with my nicer
pens during my higher level classes.
SUPER CUTE, it reminds me of a rubber ducky! I love almost every aspect of this
> Decent price WITH comfortable grip -- There are a lot of $10 pencils with
similar looking grips and this one is half the price!
> Adorable colors -- Which is kind of the reason I bought it. Teehee...
> Knock Body Feature -- INCREDIBLY unique. It's fun to click!
> Weight distributed to the front of the pencil -- I'm not sure if it's
ergonomically designed but it certainly is SUPER light in the back and doesn't
tire my hand out!
> Small, easily lost eraser nib -- The eraser is attached to the nib. While this
is certainly different from what we are used to, it is impractical especially
when you lose it you happen to lose both the eraser and the cap... I'm keeping a
close eye on mine!
I hardly ever use pencils anymore now that I buy all my pens from JetPens but
when I do, I choose to write with this one because its cute and fun!
I REALLY want to like this pen. I WOULD like the color if it didn't keep
skipping out on me!
The color is this really pretty lavender color, not at all like royal purple or
anything if that's what you're expecting.
The thing is, it's SO hard to write with. I have other colors of the 0.3mm
Hi-Tec-C and they all write fine but I'm sure I just ended up with a faulty one.
:'( I would send it back to Jetpens but I already used it... I guess I will have
to deal until I make another order here with free shipping. :<
They actually sell these in America and I actually used these all last year
(since America fails to have extra fine tipped pens for small hand writers like
me...) But despite their thickness, they are really great pens for everyday use.
I liked them a lot better than the pilot ones anywho...
Ink Comes Out Easily (less pressure can be applied)
On thinner paper, the lines can be thinner (which is useful)
Runs out of ink quickly (but I like that since I feel incredibly accomplished
for not losing a pen during it's entire life of ink)
I really like this pen and even though not a lot of people on this site come
here for the thicker pens (lol me...) I have grown an attachment to its fluidity
and general nice feel. :)
Growing up in America, my favorite pen all throughout middle school was the
Pilot 0.7 Pen because of its dark ink and smooth lines. When I found out they
had a 0.5 I immediately grew attached to those because I naturally have small
handwriting. In high school I eventually switched to the Zebra Sarasa pens just
because they were more smooth but thats beside the point...
BUT when I started working at the froyo place called BerryCup, they had these
pens and I was like "woah, these are so cool". So I went to staples to try and
find them. Much to my demise, I couldn't find them so I was kind of like...
"where did my bosses get these cool pens?" so I googled it and TADAAAA I came
here and fell in love with Jetpens because it is an amazing site.
Thin for pilot G2 standards
Would look good on a handwritten application for a job or something
Good for small handwriting, makes large handwriting look neater
Fairly cheap (in comparison to Hi-Tech-C but of course not as thin)
Writes scratchy on thin pieces of paper
Overall, I'm glad I finally found these pens. I love the blue color and the red
is super bright! I'm a huge fan of pilot pens and wish they sold this stuff in
I was really hoping to LOVE LOVE LOVE this pen because it was .25 mm and I'm a
huge fan of super fine pens. BUT I was kind of disappointed because I found the
barrel to be really uncomfortable to write with because it was so small.
Super Fine Tip
Good, Well Known Brand
Sure to Impress Others
Uncomfortable, No Grip
Kind of expensive for something that doesn't try to be aesthetically pleasing...
Then again I kind of like the simple design.
I'm going to try using other pens of similar fineness but different brands so
I'll probably post an update later...
Overall it's a very nice pen to have and use, I can't get enough of the fine
point. I will most likely buy this pen again just because I feel happy just
knowing I have it in my JetPen stash... (I'm kind of obsessed)
1. It's super adorable (unlike any pencil you can find at an American Staples)
It has a pretty pattern on it + I love the combination of white and pink.
2. The grip is really comfortable; not too soft, not too hard
3. When you shake it, the lead comes out (which is kind of useless but
4. It was only $3.30
5. I really like the pencil clip, it's fancier than most
There's no reason why you shouldn't buy this pencil since it is one of the
cheapest on this amazingly fabulous emporium of pens. :)
I mainly bought this pen because of it's great price, small tip, and abundance
of ink. Although it is not .25 like the Hi-Tech-C Pilot pens, it is less than
half the price. I still really like the Pilot but this one, I will definitely
It has a nice, smooth dark line that looks great. It's actually pretty thin and
I use it to write small notes on stickies for book annotations. I love how you
can see the liquid ink in the body.
Overall, this pen is great and definitely a great addition to any cart to make
it to free shipping. :)