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Best single pen Jestream...
April 14, 2016
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Best single pen Jestream model I've used. I buy this model in different colors whenever the rubber begins to warp and fall off the pen body from over use. I write in notebooks daily and the pen refills for this model last, I can usually write with one of these pens through 2 additional refills before the rubber grip begins to wear.
I'm a huge fan of Jestream...
April 14, 2016
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I'm a huge fan of Jestream pens, but this pen was a disappointment. This pen does not write as smooth as other Jetsream pens, I thought maybe it just needed to be 'broken in', but there was no change in the skipping after a few months of use. I ended up giving this pen away, along with the unused ink refills I purchased with the pen. My other 0.7 mm Jetstream pens don't skip at all, not sure why this 0.7 mm blue-black ink model skips so much.
Best single pen Jestream...
April 14, 2016
Verified Purchase
Best single pen Jestream model I've used. I buy this model in different colors whenever the rubber begins to warp and fall off the pen body from over use. I write in notebooks daily and the pen refills for this model last, I can usually write with one of these pens through 2 additional refills before the rubber grip begins to wear.
The Hobonichi planner...
April 14, 2016
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The Hobonichi planner is by far the best paper planner I've had, however, the black cover of the planner transfers pigment to the inside of the fabric cover. The fabric cover also picks up stains from anything that it rubs against in your bags. I would recommend getting a darker colored cover for next year's release.
I've had this pen for...
April 13, 2016
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I've had this pen for 2 years, it's my favorite Jetstream multi-pen for the price. I haven't tried the Jetstream metal body multi-pens, but I have tried other Jetstream plastic body multi-pens. The body is made of plastic but it's what makes the pen light weight, and probably more affordable. The twist mechanism to switch from the different pens and pencil is also a great attribute, many clicker type multi-pens tend to have a lot of bulk at the end where the clip is located, this pen is on the slimmer side considering the other types of Jetstream pen models. If you want a light weight, slim, Jetstream multi-pen, I would definitely recommend this model. The only con is not having an eraser, however, that's a feature I tend to overlook since I don't use the pencil as often as the pens. I have this pen in 2 different body colors and I've purchased them to give away as gifts.
I've had this pen case...
April 13, 2016
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I've had this pen case for over a year and it's still in great condition. I use this case to bring my favorite writing utensils and colored pens to/from work, on a daily basis. I've tried other pen cases but ended up using this one the most for the fact that it's very light weight, compact with a slim profile, lays flat when opened, and is soft sided. The front pocket makes the case sort of bulky if you store too much in there, I tend to keep pen refills and flags or post-it notes, but overall great slim case if you don't need to tote around too many supplies.
This notebook is definitely...
May 21, 2014
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This notebook is definitely a conversation starter, and the paper is so unique. I did some testing of my own on one of the pages in the back of the book, just to see what writing tools were best to use on the paper. What I found was gel ink pens less than 0.5 mm worked the best, the smaller the nib the better. Ballpoint pens came in second and roller ball pens and pencils were a no go. The paper isn't as absorbent as regular bond, so the ink kind of floats on the surface until it dries. I'm left handed and saw that the roller ball pens smeared, a lot. Pencil also didn't make the cut because I did an eraser test with a polymer eraser and rubber eraser and saw that the lead did not erase well at all. I did a few pencil sketches on my test pages and didn't have an issue with using pencil on the paper, however, the fact that erasing doesn't work defeats the point of using a pencil.
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This pen is definitely...
July 22, 2013
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This pen is definitely one of Pentel's smoothest writing ballpoints. The ink doesn't smear or skip and writes a solid black line. The only con is the pen body. The green part of the body is a type of soft plastic, that has some give but isn't as soft as most pen grips, so it's not very comfortable. Rather than have the pen go to waste, I reused the ink cartridge in another retractable pen body. I probably won't buy this pen again, but will definitely purchase the pen refill.
When I first started...
May 14, 2013
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When I first started using the pen I noticed a rattling noise, which I think is caused from the clicking mechanism on top of the pen. The noise doesn't really bug me, what I don't like about the pen is how the ink skips. I'm not sure if it's the angle that I'm holding the pen causing the ink to skip, but I noticed a significant difference from the regular Uni Jetstream 0.5 pen. I wanted to try this pen out because of the slim body but I'm finding out that the regular Jetstream writes better.
This bag is the perfect...
March 11, 2013
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This bag is the perfect size. I keep it in my purse and use it to carry work home and as a book bag. I don't think I'd use it to carry groceries, because the print is really pretty and I wouldn't want to mess it up. When expanded it fits quite a bit: my folio (9.5"x13"x1.5"), a few magazines, a couple of books, a few notebooks, and sometimes my pen case. The fabric isn't as thin as some of my other nylon shopper bags, and has held up nicely to daily use. I definitely recommend this bag and will be buying some of the other colors.
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