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Just got myself some to replace my dying ballpoint at work. So far I give them a B-.
Pros: Writes first time every time, smooth stroke on paper
Cons: Pen itself isn't too comfortable to hold, not uncomfortable though. The feel of the pen while writing isn't smooth like a gel pen or a good ballpoint, its got that fine sharpie scratch feel.
All in all not a bad buy.
you sharpen yours too!?
i thought i was the only one... oh, PENS. right.
i'm an idiot.
i bought a pack of the black ones earlier this year, and within a week they had all been stolen.
it took me a bit to get used to the scratchy feel rather than the smooth v5 rollerball pens i'm used to, but i started preferring them after a while.
Pilot G-2. Way to go.
pen reviews.. cool.
i like that it's a sharpie and that fine, very good at what it does/is. micro roller pens will bleed if drawn on lacquer or a fresh stroke will smudge, sharpie won't do that, nice to have a lightweight fine tip, good for a variety of surfaces, i have black and blue, really like them.
what a phallic thread. mine is comfortable to hold and writes everytime. Sometimes you gotta shake it to get the ink flowin' though. ;)
this is actually a really good idea for a site, pen reviews by/for graphci designers... someone set it up!
Do the new sharpies write on CD's?
gimme a sec . . .
^ luv those and the uniball...definitely will try the new sharpies, thanks for the review. this is like my fav thread, how geeky.