The critiques of this pen above are accurate, it's a one-of-a-kind. So fine that
it's initially difficult to get acclimated. I'm not impressed with the ink
color, intensity, or flow, and won't purchase them again. It's looks like a fine
hard pencil on paper, and perhaps in time I might find a need, but unlikely.
After purchasing a Pilot 20 this pencil has become an afterthought. Also I'm
using the Pilot lead in this now, since the lead that came with it has become an
afterthought. Yet, it has it's place— especially around salt water and
industrial environments, just don't lose the cap!
It has multiple uses: High quality card stock, textured paper that takes to ink
of all types, including rubber stamps. I wish they made these the size of
business cards with a tear-away perforation! I just gave away the million dollar