Just what I'd expect from a Slicci-Sharp clean lines while delivering a smooth
experience for the point size. First couple sentences I wrote with it, I had to
do some scribbling, but ever since, it's preformed flawlessly. The skipping is
barely noticeable and I'm pretty picky. I have yet to find this crisp sharp line
from another pen, and I may never. This puts an end to all of my problems-its
pretty much everything I need. The only concern I have is that I've heard these
die out. This pen writes so well though that I am going to have to overlook it.
The skinny barrel is another thing that people complain about, but after a week
of use, it feels normal to me. As far as coming out of a package and having
amazing results, this is a five out of five. I would definitely try this out if
you like a sharp, clean, and consistent line. This pen is definitely my pen of
Pretty nice pen, but a little too thick for my tastes. Even for a .38 though, I
think the ink bleeds through a little too much making a thicker line. Decent pen
if you don't like the lines to be too thin, and a decent price. Overall, it's a
good pen to try out.
I've tried the Hi-Tec-C and uniball signo, and this writes more consistent and
cleaner than both of these. Unlike the Hi-Tec-C, it takes no time whatsoever to
start up, and it rarely skips. I would recommend this pen to anyone who likes
thin crisp and consistent lines. The only issue I have with this pen is the
amount of ink (which is very minimal) but at least it's cheep. I highly
recommend buying a few of these for any micro tip users.