OK, grabbed this on a whim. And discovered that it makes a great journal pen.
Been using it with a standard Moleskine journal, and it writes great. Far
smoother than expected. A good little pen to carry for note-jotting.
Just about the perfect little daytimer pen. The quick switch from black to red
helps highlight notes, and the needlepoint means I can cram info into those tiny
little weekly schedule pages. This may give the Hi-Tec-C Cavalier a real run for
These are cool, reminding me of the now disappearing Rotring multipens. Only
these are a bit smaller, and lighter on their feet. A great little "knock around
the desk" pen for quick notes and working in the confined spaces of the
OK, I don't have a clue what Bad Boy 2020 is, but I do know this a really good
knockabout working pen. I will say that having a pen that says "Bad Boy" on the
side has drawn more than a number of comments... Maybe I look the part...
Being a vintage fountain pen fan, I scoffed at these the first time I saw them.
Now I want to smack myself in the forehead for waiting so long to try them. It's
light, it's responsive, and the ink is beautiful. And I'm no longer afraid to
use a fountain pen at work. (I do abstracting in a courthouse records room,
where pens rolling off the tilted work surfaces onto hard, tiled floors is a
This has to be one of the smoothest needle-point pens I've ever used. I normally
don't like anything with an extra-fine tip, but this pen (along w/the Ohto
Tasche) have made me something of a believer. And actually made me not mind to
take notes in a day-planner!
This is, hands down, a cool, sophisticated pen. It's kinda funky, the first time
you go to post the cap, but once you've got it down pat, it's easy. And it
writes like a dream. I normally don't like metal section pens, but this one
writes smoothly enough, you don't notice.