|Item Weight||0.64 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4 x 1.8 x 0.8 inches|
|Item model number||PA014-110|
|Material Type||plastic, stainless-steel|
|Manufacturer Part Number||PA014-110|
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As far as the make and quality of it, it feels good and well put together. But it seems after all these years there are still some flaws. (For example, on my first one years ago, the seam of where the inside of the middle finger rested was rough and uneven. I ended up having to file it down to even it out. After that it was perfect though.) One this one, the seams are fine. But I do notice that it has an issue with the tip. For the tip to be retracted and snapped back to be able to write, it has to be really pushed down hard to where the base of the pen is for it to catch and stay back. This also makes the button really tight to push when I want to close it. It gives a feeling of eventually the tip will not stay retracted back, since it is 'barely' catching it now when it is new. It does have a pocket clip attached. But you may find its functionality somewhat limited if you intend on keeping it in a buttoned uniform breast pocket. Since it is small, I just asoon slide it in a regular pocket.
Keep in mind that these issues are not enough to keep me from buying another one. But if you are one that is really picky about craftsmanship, you will probably minus a star for it...
About the writing...
This was the pen that I remembered loving when I had one before! It holds very natural for me, meaning it don't feel like I have to totally change how I know to hold a pen. That being said, for some, there could a bit of a learning curve in not only how you hold the tip, but also the curved part resting between your index and middle fingers. I let a co-worker try it and that was something he couldn't get passed.
I don't think it is necessary to get too specific here, because almost everyone holds their pens in a slightly different way. But for me, I have more control because of the index finger being constantly on top and not having to balance to keep it from rolling off. This extra control allows me to write a little neater. And I need all the help I can get in that area! With this pen, I can write with a 1.0mm tip, which for me means I write larger, AND now people can actually read what I write with a 1.0 tip. I like the ergonomic shape for the index finger, and also the girthier size triangle shape of the grip for the thumb and middle finger. It is a hearty, controllable grip, just like I like.
If I did have a complaint, it would be that as far as I know, these only come in 1.0mm size. I am far more partial to writing with my .37mm now. I would love to see these pens in at least a .5mm for those of us who prefer thinner lines.
Bottom line- Get one to try. Keep an open mind. You may find that while it is different and you like it... It may or may not replace your favorite pen. (For me, it probably would if they made refills in .5 or smaller..) It could take some getting used to. It may not be the best choice to write full pages at a time, though I certainly could.
Hope this helps! :)
I must say that I like this PenAgain much better. I have lost muscle in the palm of my writing hand which makes it difficult to use my thumb. Even after my healing time I will still continue to use this pen. It's comfortable. I keep one at my desk and one in my purse.
My index finger rests on the top (you'll see in the picture an indent between the point and the u shape.)
The U shape cradles my index finger. The strength to hold it comes from the U resting between your middle finger and the V of your thumb. I do place my thumb on the side of it, but use little to no pressure to do so.
If you have a damaged hand, trigger finger, or arthritis I am pretty sure you'll be please with this.
For those considering the Ring Pen my personal experience with it was a very loose fit and I needed to use more pressure from my thumb. That is why I like this PenAgain better!
My initial thinking was that perhaps this would change my way of writing but in reality, all those years of writing with the standard barrel shaped instrument makes this awkward. FYI i do have some RSI issues in my wrist and trigger finger so this is why I was considering this pen as i am going back to school and am doing copious amounts of writing.
In the end I am just using a gel ink pen or soft lead pencil (2b) and alternating between my left and right hands as well as using a white board to express my ideas so I don't have to use the same muscles over and over again.
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I fell it when I mine is not around and have to use regular pens.