Product Reviews Written by romevi86

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Nice disposable brush...
February 20, 2015
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Nice disposable brush pen. Probably my only one I’ll own. The other brush pen I have has refillable cartridges and is made by Sailor. At one point it was scarce, but now is readily available.

So when I saw this disposable one by Zebra I decided to get it as well. It’s a fine one and definitely a must for those interested in learning about brush pens.
Wonderfully strong with...
February 10, 2015
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Wonderfully strong with good amount of ink at an unbelievably fine point. This is the thinnest point I’ve used so far on a pen and probably will be since I tend to be a very heavy writer and am afraid of breaking just this point.
Perfect for the grip. Got...
January 26, 2015
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Perfect for the grip.

Got this to use the grip for a modded spinning pen. The grip and pen case are perfect for mods.
One of my favorite pens....
January 9, 2015
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One of my favorite pens. Uniball makes some excellent commercial writing utensils, and their pens are no exception. It’s the perfect size without being too small, and now I have to get the rest of the colors!
Toughest 0.3mm lead I’ve...
December 22, 2014
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Toughest 0.3mm lead I’ve got.
I’ve gotten used to Ain as my go-to lead, so when I wanted to try 0.3mm lead when I’ve been accustomed to 0.5mm I, of course, turned to Ain.

It’s not unbreakable by any means, but out of the three different brands I’ve tried Ain seems to have broken the least.
Great pen. Too bad they...
December 12, 2014
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Great pen. Too bad they don’t make this one anymore, or at least it’s no longer in stock.
I tend to write with 0.5mm points, but sometimes I like 0.3mm for margins and finer writing. 0.4mm is a great compromise for liquid pens, and is somewhat rare at the same time.
Great strong lead. This...
December 3, 2014
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Great strong lead. This is my first lead in the 0.3mm range; before, the thinnest I’ve used is 0.5mm.

I enjoy writing with 0.3mm when spacing and margins are narrow, though sometimes, because I’m a heavy writer, the lead breaks easily.

Such is the case with this lead, but it doesn’t break as frequently as other brands I’ve used.
Works great, though maybe...
November 20, 2014
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Works great, though maybe it could use a better grip. I’m using it right now on my California pencil and it works charmingly. The teeth have a nice grip, and now I’m able to use my pencils comfortably to the very end.

It’s a little expensive for what I consider quality, as it’s pretty light and almost flimsy, but the grip does get the job done. I just wish there were some rubber grips on it.
Fantastic highlighter...
November 10, 2014
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Fantastic highlighter with a neat little gimmick. It’s a double-sided highlighter, so you have different points, but the standard-sized chisel has a clear insert with ink running around it. The clear insert is to help you see what you’re highlighting before you highlight so you can stop where you actually want instead of stopping mid-sentence or mid-word, unintentionally highlighting text you didn’t want.

As an actual highlighter it’s okay. The ink tends to be light and doesn’t smear on an juicy over long blocks of text. Still, it’s neat to have while you get use out of it.
Good pen, better grip....
October 24, 2014
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Good pen, better grip. I got this pen specifically to use the grip in a spinning pen mod, but the pen itself was a bonus. While it’s not my favorite gel pen, it does spill the ink very boldly.
Nevertheless, it does flow out a little too much for my taste. I tend to keep the pen rolling on the paper and I have to stop and pick up the pen every so often since it bleeds.
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