I just bought one today (NOT ONLINE) and I am VERY satisfied. It's so convenient
to have a pen that's quite easy to write with, and 2 colors! I usually am not a
fan of multi pens, so this purchase really suprised me. Personally, I actually
like these better than the new ones with the rubber grips. They have slimmer
bodies and are easier to write with.
It did take me a while to actually figure out how to put the ink pieces in (I
can't read the Japanese on the package. Just looked at the pretty pictures :))
but afterwords, everything ran nice and smoothly.
I LOVE these Petit1 fountain pens, and I confess that I have been obsessed with
them lately. I went...crazy...and bought all the colors of the refills a few
days ago. They are kind of expensive here online, though. In Hong Kong, China,
most stationary stores sell them for about 8 HKD, or roughly 1 dollar US.
Of course, U.S. is U.S., and Hong Kong is Hong Kong. I still love these though
:) no matter where.
One of my friends gave me a set of these about a week ago, and I have to say I'm
impressed! They can write on virtually any surface; windows, fingernails, pencil
cases! The possibilities are endless. If you are a girl, you can actually give
yourself a manicure using these.
I really like these pens, and I highly recommend them. They write VERY smoothly,
and almost never skip a word/letter. Thinner than the G2's, but easier to write
with than the Signo Bit (0.18), its just the "write" size!
I bought one of these recently (when I was on my huge stationary shopping spree
:)) and I am quite happy with the performance. The little transparent window not
only lets you know where you're highlighting, it also helps to keep the
highlighter tip straight and not bendy.