Reviews Written by Levistarks
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I bought this because..., November 21, 2013
I bought this because I wanted to be able to rearrange notes, and I'm surprised at the quality of the mechanism.
I'm considering buying a larger version, and the punch, so I can make custom sized drawing pads out of 10 line per inch grid paper.
Try it, you'll like it.
I might buy all the colors.
Not a bad pencil, I..., November 21, 2013
Not a bad pencil, I like pencils with twist erase, since I do a lot of revisions on drawings I make.
It seems like the eraser is better quality than usual.
I'm not crazy about the barrel design, sort of triangular, and maybe too smooth.
It's a nice addition to my collection, but not perfect.
Shaker assembly works..., November 21, 2013
Shaker assembly works good. I think I'm going to get one in the .3 version if possible.
I wish I could get a shaker version with twist erase.
that is all.....
The reason this pen doesn't..., November 21, 2013
The reason this pen doesn't rate a 5 is that I'm going to have to see how it holds up over the long haul.
What you need to know...
This pen has about the finest line I've ever seen. It's about 1/2 the width of the morning glory .38
When writing on smooth paper I can sometime feel it scratch just a tiny bit, but if your careful, and want a really fine line then this is the pen for you.
I like almost everything..., November 21, 2013
I like almost everything about this pen, except I'm not sure about the line width .01 produces about the same line width as the morning glory .38
Ink does seem to be waterproof, And I love the color of the body, and it's design.
It's a worthy product.
I was down to 2 of the..., November 21, 2013
I was down to 2 of the 4 Morning Glory pens that I bought over a year ago, and since the mach 2 were no longer available I decided to just buy every color available. (Blue Black was sold out)
Well I must say the new pens are outstanding. As compared to the mach 2 I would say there is little difference in the line width, There might be a small reduction in ink flow, but that's fine since the older version would sometimes leak out a bit.
The green color seems to be a little lighter as compared to the previous one.
The same goes for the purple.
While not completely water proof, it usually takes a day for notes I write on my hand to disappear.
As compared to the newly introduced pilot .01 oil ink drawing pen, I'd say the .38 morning glory has about the same size line.
Since I have working Morning Glory pens that are 2 years old, I'm expecting long life.