1st of all, one must...
, August 1, 2010
1st of all, one must remember you\'re paying not much for this pen. This being
said it is the thinnest nib I have ever encountered. Though plastic, it\'s a
hard plastic with a solid construction. The ink has yet to chunk up - but I\'ve
always used Pelikan ink in all my pens. I\'ve experienced no leaks (yet) like
others and it\'s hung out in my purse being relatively abused and flopped
around. It is so thin I did notice that it is a bit scratchy on most pieces of
paper - but considering it\'s finer than my gel ink Pilot RT which is at .38MM,
I can\'t complain. The ergonomic grip is the basic triangle grip on many other
pens - you can check out if you like it. I\'m left handed and I find it very
comfortable. Overall, for the price you can\'t beat what you\'re getting.