I own over 2500 pens...
, October 7, 2011
I own over 2500 pens that I used successively for studies, illustration,
typography and several design and art projects / jobs and this pens stays on top
of my best pens in the world list for several reasons. The first reason is the
ink with which it is filled - dries fast, stays on most surfaces that exist -
and really solidifies when dries. It is simply awesome to use it on glossy paper
for example, like on magazines, but also on bottles when you need to write your
name on a bottle, but it is also very versatile and stays perfectly on every
type of paper if you need to write a report - and the ink is almost impossible
to remove from paper, which makes it perfect to use for signing checks if you
are afraid of frauds. In art experiments, I have used it to write onto film
strips or photos, to write or draw on several types of fabric and plastic, to
ink pencil drawings, and every time I am mind blown by how sturdy the ink
remains after it's dry. My art might still exist long after I die because of
that, and it's not only an amazing ink to work with, velvety, soft, with deep
shades and a beautiful texture almost like water but that hardens - it's also
reassuring to see how solid it is ( especially with pen tips medium and up, as
the pen exists in medium, broad, and extra broad under the permaball model
name). You could almost write under water with it...
The second reason is the sturdiness of the pen itself, and the third reason is
its design. It's without a doubt for me one of the most beautifully designed
Well, I have nothing but praise for this pen. Get it !