These pens are all you could wish for in terms of ergonomic and artistic
In addition to being a pleasure to write with, they are fully erasable.
But these pens are not all-purpose. They are ideal for drafting,
marking/highlighting text, writing notes and completing word games. They are not
meant to be used as Sharpies or other brands of highlighter.
Loving the Petit1 as much as I do, I wanted a pen I could use on a regular basis
(keeping it in my pocket, whipping it out to take notes at meetings, grabbing it
to complete a crossword on the commute home).
The Blue Petit1 Fountain Pen is perfect for these purposes. I hope that Pilot
will bring these pens back, or release an even more innovative, miniature
Having discovered the Pilot Petit1 line within the past couple of months, I am
posting a review of my favourite colour, Wine Red.
Like all Petit1 pens, the Wine Red Petit1 contains a proprietary (though easily
refillable) cartridge, a miniature barrel that is extended by posting the cap of
the pen, and a fine nib fountain pen tip.
If you like writing with fountain pens on a regular basis and like a dark
red/burgundy colour, then you'll enjoy this pen.