|Item Weight||5.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5.8 x 3.4 x 1.2 inches|
|Item model number||BLN15-C|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||BLN15-C|
Pentel EnerGel Liquid Gel Pen, Fine Needle Tip, Blue Barrel, Blue Ink, Box of 12 (BLN15-C)
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- Smooth blend of liquid and gel inks.
- Ink/tip technology.
- Quick drying.
- Latex-free grip.
- Futuristic barrel accents.
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The line quality is superb - a very uniform line width. You can tilt the pen at a very high angle when drawing or writing and still maintain line consistency. The writing tip lays down ink smoothly and it doesn't scratch against the paper. If you write quickly or slowly the ink will be put down evenly, even if you slow down and dwell in certain areas of the paper.
The barrel is medium sized - not too small or too large. The rubber grip doesn't loosen up - it stays tight on the barrel and has a good feel. The weight is evenly balanced and it's not top heavy or tip heavy.
Excellent pen for people that draw a lot and need a great line quality with no bleeding or line edge fringing. I love these pens. They belong in every artist's toolbox.
Just don't use them on something glossy like a postcard. They will smear. But that's no different from any other gel pen, or fountain pen for that matter.
Well worth your investment, this is a fine writing instrument indeed!
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The overall favorites were definitely the V5 and the EnerGel. The EnerGel was generally preferred by those who liked a higher ink flowrate, while the V5 was preferred by those who liked a lower flowrate. First impressions of the Uniball 207 were quite good, but occasionally these pens drew the ire of my reviewers when they stopped writing seemingly randomly with large volumes of ink still remaining. The Sharpie pen, while better than expected, feels like a marker (because it is) and doesn't have wide appeal. The Pilot G2 was scratchy and terrible all-around; this appears to be a problem with the 0.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've generally been a fan of the Pentel Energel series, but these pens have proved to be unreasonably frustrating. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jacob
I really like the fine point of these pens. They last a long time also.Published 18 months ago by Amazon Customer
None of these pens work! I thin that the ink is old. I keep trying to get them to scribble and I get purple for a second and then it stops writing completely.Published on January 17, 2014 by latasha
Can't find in stores - so order online. This is the only pen I like - very fine line, always clear - writing small or large - always the best.Published on December 31, 2013 by Finny
For someone who writes small (me), a fine needle tip is important. This liquid gel pen has a 0.5 mm tip which makes my writing
readable. Read more