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This lead is in a category...
July 13, 2012
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This lead is in a category of its own... extremely hard and perplexing. It's the equivalent of "Lead with an inferiority complex..." and sports the darkness of 3B with assertion and pressure, then SNAP!!! Neither do I like the plastic case it comes in with the funky latch. Everything about this lead irritates me... breakage, breakage, and more breakage.
If you like super-fine...
July 11, 2012
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If you like super-fine needle point pens for small articulate writing— these Mach II's will suit your purposes. The ink is fast drying and has a smooth flow, no skips. This pen will force you to write smaller in tight situations and hold up under pressure. Best on good quality paper such as a Rhodia— not so good on cheap run of the mill paper, it will blob.
5 Stars! I can write...
July 11, 2012
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5 Stars! I can write perfectly with this pencil, it fits me to a "T" and by far the best mechanical pencil I've ever owned. The wood, the feel, contour, even the lead is perfect. Someone tell me what type of lead comes in this pencil because I want more! There's no breakage and it's buttery smooth, thick without smudging and I'm a lefty. Wood: I was opting for brown and took a risk on the red, glad I did— it's like a rich mahogany color, classy in-hand. This pencil tops the bill...well worth the money. FYI: The pencil you see here online is actual size.
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This pen is perfect in...
June 22, 2012
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This pen is perfect in every way, shape, and form, including the best ink cartridge on the planet.
This is the best red...
June 22, 2012
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This is the best red and highest quality ink cartridge available. If you're familiar with Zebra Sarasa Red— the Lamy is identical in color with better flow and feel. Writes like a dream for a lefty...
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These refills are FINE...
June 22, 2012
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These refills are FINE POINT and not 0.7's - the ink color is a quality standard blue with good flow, but drags. Super-fast drying time [one second!!!] Great for a left handed writer who likes a fine point and no smear, but too scratchy for my style.
This is my favorite ink...
June 21, 2012
This is my favorite ink within the Sarasa Series of pens. Can't live without it... a classic.
I agree this is one of...
June 21, 2012
I agree this is one of my least favorite in the Sarasa Collection. It's a bright candy green that's too bright for most applications, however— when it dries it tends to who better. Not something I'd use for business unless I had to highlight [circle] something. Yet, it's affective.
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Addendum: The Monterverde...
June 16, 2012
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Addendum: The Monterverde #203 Black Cartridge is noted as "Fine Point" yet is identical to Lamy's M63 0.7 Medium Cartridge, writing-wise. I give the Monteverde cartridge 5-Stars!
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This pen has a wonderful...
June 16, 2012
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This pen has a wonderful feel, stylish, high quality chrome plating and the ink is bar-none, excellent. The cartridge is to be rivaled with pens ten times the price. Quick drying time, the black is blacker, no drag, super-sensitivity for effortless writing. The pen is a cool breeze and it doesn't feel like plastic— it's resin. Also a very well balanced weight and feel in-hand. The only area of concern is that it's threaded, one full turn counter-clockwise removes the cap in a cinch, but when writing you feel the exposed threads on the pen. Smaller in size than I anticipated, with the body drilled a tad off center, which doesn't impede its writing ability. Beautifully boxed, a classic high quality pen at a reasonable price.
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