I LOVE the look and feel of this pen. It's very solid and the color looks even
better in person, and the clicker feels sturdy and not at all cheap like a lot
of pens. It writes super smoothly and is extremely comfortable to hold for me,
though I imagine the grip could be a little too firm for other people.
The only negatives I'd mention are that the grip is an absolute dust magnet, and
the pen is somewhat shorter than I'd anticipated. Other than that, however, I'm
in love. Price was a little high, but if this pen remains as nice over time, I
can see myself using it for quite a while.
All in all, I like this pen, though I'm not sure if it should cost as much as it
does. I like the grip for the most part, and it IS neat to squish it in your
fingers and reshape it, but it's a very subtle grip, and it's easy to still feel
the barrel through it. The ink is super smooth, but a little light and it's
gotten spottier and spottier the more that I've written with it -- that might
just be something to happen to me, because I don't see any reviews on any of the
pens in this line that mention ink spots.
I'm going to continue to write with it however, because despite the drawbacks, I
do like the look and feel of this pen.
My biggest problem with pen cases is that I want the quality, but can't afford
it -- this was almost too pricey for me, but I decided to treat myself anyway.
And I'm glad that I did. Though one of the cheaper cases on this website, the
Nomadic PN-91 Top Open Case is wonderful -- I love the pen flap because it's not
clunky or in the way, and my favorite part is the smaller compartment where I'm
keeping an eraser and spare pencil lead. I wish the case came in more colors,
but the brown is a lot more pleasing to the eye than the pictures would have you
These are by far the best highlighters I've ever owned. I use highlighters for a
lot of planning and outlining, so I like to have a good selection of colors, and
one of the biggest problems I have with most, is that once you get past yellow,
the other colors can get really dark and hard to read through. These soft colors
are a godsend, for real -- they're so subtle and so light, but it's still enough
color to make it pop on the page.
And the erasers actually work! I was a little skeptical about them at first, and
they weren't at all a major selling point for me, but of course, I had to try
them when they got here. And they erase the highlighter ink really easily! The
only thing is that you have to wait for the ink to completely dry, or else the
eraser might smudge it up a little.
I had an initial moment of worry when I first used one of the highlighters,
because the point felt dry and stiff, but that was just because it was brand
new, of course -- they work like a dream now. Really pleased with this purchase.
I hadn't realized how big the tip was, nor had I known how wet the ink would be,
so there are a few downsides to this pen. It takes FOREVER to dry, and I mean, I
was blowing on it and waving the paper around in the air and the ink was still
wet -- you have to be really careful with smearing. The color is also a lot
darker than I'd thought it would be. But to be honest, I really only bought this
pen because I needed to hit the 25 dollar mark and my favorite color is pink --
so I suppose I can't complain too much about it. I do love the look and feel of
it, and I'm certainly going to find things to use it for, so all-in-all, I don't
regret the purchase.
This is a great pen. Sometimes I worry about cheap pens with super fine points,
I worry that they'll scratch up the paper, but the ink comes out of this baby
super smooth and easy. The pen body is lightweight and comfortable, and I simply
LOVE anything with a matte finish, so I think it makes this pen look better than
most. Would definitely recommend to anyone in the market for red pens.
I'm in love with this notebook. It's pretty pricey for what it is, so it was a
definite splurge purchase, but I'm glad I made it. The paper in this book is so
smooth and comfortable, but it still gives you that satisfying scratch when you
write with a fountain pen, and the book itself feels surprisingly lightweight
compared to the quality of the paper, which makes it easy to carry around. The
soft and flexible covers aren't for everyone, but I do all of my writing on hard
surfaces anyway, so I'm not bothered by it. My favorite thing about this
notebook, however, is that when you close it, it still lays flat. A lot of books
with this sort of binding, the covers will bubble up and stay open, but so far,
this book shuts flat every time I'm done writing, and that's a plus for me. When
I need a replacement, I'll most likely look into the bundle of five, should they
still sell it, because I'm that pleased with the notebook.
This is my first real fountain pen, and for the price, it's wonderful. It's
super cute in appearance -- I'm obsessed with pink, it's a curse -- and I love
the subtle little star on top of the cap. It writes really smoothly and fits
perfectly in my hand. I'm a little disappointed with how light it feels, and I
wish it were just a little bit heavier so it didn't feel quite so cheap, but for
the price, and for a beginner user, I'm very pleased with the purchase.
I love the look and feel of this case -- the silicone is so smooth and soft. I
was initially worried about the snap being flimsy or weak, but it has a very
secure closure. It has a funny smell that I hope fades with time, but unless
you're going to be carrying this thing right against your face, I don't think
the scent really matters! Seems like a dirt/dust magnet, but nothing you can't
brush away with your fingers, I think.
I was really excited to start using this pencil -- so much so that I tore it
open as soon as it arrived. I LOVE the look of it -- I have a thing for plain
white stationary supplies, for some reason -- and the eraser is so unique and
different compared to what I'm used to. The lead is really smooth and I can't
remember writing with a pencil that flowed so effortlessly. Unfortunately, I've
learned the hard way that I don't like pencils that write this smooth, haha --
oops! And I have problems with the eraser, too. I love the idea of it being big
enough to last, and I love the idea of re-positioning it as it wears down, but
the eraser itself is kind of... inefficient. No matter how hard you erase, you
can still see whatever you wrote/draw. If you're using these pencils just for
writing, like myself, it's fine, but those who use these pencils for art should
definitely use a separate eraser! I'm glad JetPens is selling them by the single
pencil, because I almost bought an entire box and I would have been really
disappointed, given the price of them. All in all, a good pencil that I will
continue to use, but the chances of me replacing it when it's all used up are