This is my third pencil case from Jetpens (I have a Dr Ion and a Virgo-attrezzo)
and it is now my most stylish with its giant zipper and heavy cotton canvas. I
prefer a pop top case for easy instrument location though-pawing through this
case is awkward because I can't recognise gear by their end
caps/knock-buttons/etc. It is just a bundle of shiny tubes. Oh well, it looks
sharp and legit.
I am loving the weight and size of this pen. I cant stop flipping it around my
fingers and just holding it feels exciting. The included refill feels good to
write with and I dread the moment when I need a new one.
My skyline EF nib is definitely more rigid than my gold-plated EF kawecosport
nib. At first I thought that it was just in my head. "It is only gold-plated
after all," I can remember thinking to myself. But it is true
Lost the first one (I lose K'sports often) and I had to get another. Goes well
with the gold K'sport clip, and definitely my fave color in this line. I would
get a stonewash black but I would probably lose it :(
Love the color, it definitely goes better with the chrome nib as opposed to the
golden Kawecosport nib. Perhaps less flex than the golden nib? Or maybe I just
haven't broken it in yet...I was waiting for a restock for awhile, and I am not
I buy these as gifts for my friends who are in school, as I am flush with a host
of drafting pencils that I bought when I first discovered JetPens.com. I think
I may keep this one as a collector though.
It works great, but I absentmindedly put it in my back pocket for a couple of
weeks and the spring came off at some point and was lost, and the middle portion
snapped. I think it still functions, but as I can't put it in my back pocket
anymore I stopped using it...but otherwise this is a great little notepad. I'll
probably consider buying a replacement at some point.