i write a lot as a student and i like to have options. i enjoy using this pen
because i use printer paper for notes sometimes. it has a nice thick black line
and the hexagonal barrel is enjoyable in your hand. its a long pen so that adds
to the experience when using it to write
i like how his pencil writes and how lightweight it is but its a real pain in
the ass to refill with lead. i can write quickly and let the lead go way down
before i need to tap the tip to get more out or whatever. i usually cant do that
with other pencils because the metal will scratch the paper and thats bad.
overall, a cool pencil that you can write and drag the graphite less tip across
and not tear your paper with.
i didnt like this pencil as much as i thought i would. i drunk shop a lot, so i
think that i thought that the black painted on squares were rubber grips. for
me, its a hard pencil to grip because the finish is matte and thicker than the
rest of the pencil where you put your fingers. im pretty convinced that i hate
the grip on this pencil. the hexagonal shaped pen would probably be better if
they made this pencil in the hexagonal shape, and maybe with something to grip
it with. the finish is just too smooth
i did like this pen. i had it, then i seemed to lose it over winter break.nooo.
i probably put it in my coat pocket then it rolled out somewhere.
anyways, it is thinner than most/all multipens. its like the size of a regular
pen yet has four inks inside. wow
i felt like it could use a grip. i could probably fit one on, unlike the bulkier
multipens i have that lack grips. it reminded me a lot of the hitec-c. maybe
this is the version little girls and boys would get before they were ready to
handle a really good pen. im basically saying to not waste steak on children,
they cant appreciate it. they can have chicken aka the slicci pen. which is in
of itself, pretty good too; but not as good as the hitecc
this pen is very very inky. a lot of ink come out, but thats a good thing. i
feel that it has a strong chemical smell, like sharpies; so i try to use it in
small intervals. i use this to write my headings on my notes to make them more
visible. it would be really good for artists who want to put down a really thick
inky looking line or two.
this is one of my all-time favorite pencils. it has a gritty rolling feeling
when using it. i think i hear it shaking sometimes too. i like it, whatever you
guys. the clip does get annoying sometimes. i do like this one better than the
silver no grip one. it also has a good weight unlike the silver one.
its a decent pencil. i preferred the black pro use with black grip to this one.
it has the same enjoyable rolling feeling that the other has which comes from
using 0.3 leads. i felt like i couldnt press down as hard with this one as i do
with my black one.
i didn pay attention very well when i bought this pen. It really doesnt have a
grip. the matte finish makes it harder to grip on top of not having a grip. i
felt like the ink refills were pleasant to use. it was nice to have so many
colors in one pen