Most of the times I am in need of this cutie, I need to cut more than 3 times,
to get even through a plastic wire (you know, the ones having price tags
attached or information slips). The blades simply part and clamp what I want to
cut right between.
Anyway. They are really really handy, can be carried around so easily and they
have no tiny parts to get lost. I like them very much, and they sure were useful
many times. But I just don't always have the patiente.
I wished them to be more stable.
I love the Float I get with this Pen.
Well I've bought it quite long ago but only use it for two Days because it says
you should draw at least 'once in a week' with it. So I waited for a creative
phase to begin ;)
I'm not used to Fountain Pens. But I really like the Experience I get with this
one. It feels very amazing to draw and writh with it! Smooth yet still not
slippy so you get 1:1 what you actually do. Amazing feeling after not using a
Fountain Pen for so long.
I draw with it on boring standard 80g/m2 (switzerland lol) Printing Paper. I was
afraid the Nib would eat up all the Paper fibres again like my Copic F01 does,
but somehow this one works better. Glad I don't need to care about this clogging
As a Beginner, I am happy with this Pen. It really isn't that flexible, true
story, but I never had a Flex Nib anyway so I don't mind.
Also I appreciate it's refillable with Cartridges. I daren't to use this
piston-filling method yet. So this is a great alternative for now, until I feel
good enough to use one of those Noodler's Konrad Flex Fountain Pens jetpens.com
has to offer.
Yup, this Pen gives me a lot of Fun while drawing and even writing. I Probably
gonna write a second review once the Pen is more worn. I can't say anything
about its durability.
I don't know if this is the Producters fault or mine or my paper's, but the nib
gets clogged by Paper Fibers being scratched off from drawing all the time. I
then have to get these out and this costs time and nerves. Beside that, I LOVE
the feeling of drawing. It floats neat. If it floats...
Anyway - I'm not used to Fountain Pens. I gonna think about trying another
Regarding the yellow lead:
This is far the lightest one of the Color Eno Series. I've read many times about
the yellow ones being too hard. But mine are fine. Smooth to write/draw with.
Just keep in mind that these are no Graphite leads. They break easily if treated
I always use this one to sketch first thoughts.
Be careful with the lead. They are very delicate and will break darn easily.
Keep this in mind while buying. If you're used to give a lot of pressure you'll
have to either change your habit or save the 2.75 :)
Ignoring this fact, since it doesn't matter for me, this pen is my faithful
companion in many situations.
Damn useful pen. I love it!
Though, it seems to leak around the tip. But because I've only used one of those
so far, and because nobody reports the same problem, I guess it's just a single
product fail. And this is why I give the full 5 Stars.
I try to keep this pen always standing up with the tip on top so the leaking
can't get worse. It doesn't leak on the paper by accident. Just my hands will be
sticky after using it. So just some little blemish.
I will buy this pen again and again.
I use this pencil for over 8 Months now, nearly daily. I'm drawing with it and
it seems I either take good care to my stuff or my Smash is way stronger than
Because, my Pencil has not any of the mentioned problems. I am pleased with its
lightweight design and the grips. Before I laid my hands on this one I used to
draw with a Pentel Graphgear. This one was too 'heavy' for me... and had a kinda
cold appearance at all. My Hands welcome the Smash much more. After more than a
half year I'm still very pleased with this product.
Nice shape, but too soft!
This guy finds place in any pencase because it's that slim. But it's so soft! I
expected it to be much harder. It's even softer than those white Erasers you
have here. Maybe I'm just not used to it. Besides of that it's a great product.