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I was quite pleased with this pen! I expected very little, but it was great. It is comfortable in the hand, writes a nice wet line, and is very consistent. I don't usually like snap caps, but this one is all right. I actually really like the way the cap snaps on to post. That feels good. The cap is heavy, but the pen really does feel good in the hand with the right weighting. I also like that there is no squeaking or wobbling like some wood pens have.I have a concern with the short grip section. I end up holding this pen a little higher on the barrel because I don't like the tiny grip.
RayMay Fujii Corporation was founded in 1890 in Kyushu, Japan. After World War II, the company branched out to Osaka and Tokyo to start its stationery business. RayMay (Rei Mei 黎明 means "daybreak") the name is meant to express the company's vision for a "new spirit in daybreak".
RayMay has the license the produce the famed A.G. Spalding branded stationery items.