|Manufacturer||Pilot Pen Corporation of America|
|Item Weight||3.36 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.7 x 3.8 x 5.8 inches|
|Item model number||26015|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Number of Items||1|
|Ink Color||Black, Blue, Red, Green, Purple, Pink, Turquois|
|Manufacturer Part Number||26015|
PILOT Precise V5 Stick Liquid Ink Rolling Ball Stick Pens, Extra Fine Point, Assorted Ink Colors, 7-Pack Pouch (26015)
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- PILOT PRECISE V5: This rolling ball pen has a patented extra fine precision tip to deliver smooth, skip-free writing every time. Our unique ink formula maintains even, flowing strokes for precise writing.
- PRECISION POINT: You'll love the clean lines & even ink delivery of this rolling ball pen. Available in black, blue, red, turquoise, purple, & green ink. Visible ink supply means you'll never run dry!
- DESIGNED TO DELIGHT: If you love Pilot Precise pens, you'll want to try the full line of Precise V5, V5 Deco Collection, & V7 rolling ball pens, available in capped & retractable options.
- TRUSTED QUALITY: We've been making pens for over 100 years. Whether you're taking notes, stocking up on school or office supplies, or writing in a bullet journal, Pilot has the perfect pen for you!
- POWER TO THE PEN: Pilot makes exceptional writing instruments to suit all your needs. We have fountain, ballpoint, retractable, erasable & gel ink pens, whiteboard markers & more for every writing style.
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From the manufacturer
We write less often than we once did. Therefore, when we do, our chosen instrument becomes that much more important. Pilot's Precise line has been uniquely engineered to deliver an exceptionally smooth, precise writing experience designed for those who delight in the details. For this reason, many top executives who pride themselves in being tirelessly detail-oriented trust the Precise V5 and V7 pens with everything from jotting down notes in a crucial meeting to signing on the dotted line.
Pilot Precise Rolling Ball Pens
There is a fine line between good and great and that line is drawn with Pilot Precise.
Always be on point with the Precise premium rolling ball pen. Unparalleled Precision for an ultra-smooth, handwriting enhancing, precision writing experience. Precise combines Pilot’s exceptionally smooth-writing ink, premium metal clip and iconic look for your writing pleasure. Precise pens are ideal for those who delight in the details.
- The precision tip delivers a precise, clean line every time
- Unique, liquid ink formula maintains consistent flowing strokes
- Incredibly smooth, skip-free writing
- Retractable pens have a rubber grip with traction pockets and airplane safe system to prevent leaks
- Precise V5 is an extra-fine tip available in capped or retractable
- Precise V7 is a fine tip available in capped or retractable
More Precision Than Ever Before
For those who delight in the details, Pilot’s Precise V5 rolling ball pens feature an extra fine tip, modern design, and incredibly smooth ink. Now both capped and retractable are available in 12 gorgeous ink colors.
Explore in Every Colorful Detail
The Precise Deco Collection pens bring the rich colors, bold shapes and exuberant style of the Art Deco era to the exceptionally smooth, comfortable Precise writing experience. With a range of new colors, the newest members of the Precise family will help your ideas take flight as never before.
Getting Chic Done
Whether you are taking notes, writing a list, or completely re-designing your home or workspace, precision is key! With your Precise Pen in hand and the right detail oriented approach, you can creatively conquer any project.
Pilot Precise V5 Rolling Ball Pens feature a unique liquid ink formula that maintains consistent flowing strokes. With patented precise needle point technology, each pen has a ringed ink feeder for a smooth and even ink flow, and a visible ink supply lets you see how much ink is left. These pens come with 0.5mm extra fine point tungsten carbide tips and are available in a variety of colors (sold separately) to emphasize, organize, and color-code information. An all-around quality pen - pick one up today!
From the Manufacturer
The pens included in this Pilot Precise V5 Extra Fine Point Assorted Rolling Ball Ink Pen 7-Pack feature a unique liquid ink formula that maintains consistent flowing strokes. With patented precise needle point technology, each pen has a ringed ink feeder for a smooth and even ink flow, and a visible ink supply lets you see how much ink is left. The included pens come with 0.5 mm extra fine tungsten carbide tips and feature assorted colors to emphasize, organize, and color-code information.
What's in the Box
7-Pack Pouch of Extra Fine Point Assorted Rolling Ball Ink Pens, and reusable plastic pouch.
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And for those of you who think purple pens are too juvenile, I'm 60 and will only write in blue or black if legally obligated to do so. Life is too short for such nonsense.
The girth is similar to that of your standard BIC stick pen, but is smooth (i.e. no ridges, notches, latex, etc.) and there is a good distance from the grip to the nib. I personally didn't enjoy writing with this pen for extended periods because it was difficult to find a comfortable writing position, however, jotting quick notes and such was fine.
This pen lays down a buttery smooth deep black line. That said, it's unforgiving on generic/cheap office or notebook paper, and won't hesitate to cop an attitude when it comes to finer writing papers (such as Rhodia vellum, which is designed for use with fountain pens). By that I mean this ink feathers and bleeds.
On the cheap papers it bleeds like a hemophiliac, whereas on the premium papers it bleeds only as if it just scraped its knee (trickles and dots here and there). Plus, on the premium quality papers, it will require a few seconds to dry. That means lefties need to be careful.
And finally, while I would use this to sign checks or important documents, I wouldn't do so with the utmost confidence considering that it feathers with both water and alcohol (see comment for link to a writing sample image).
This is a checkmark in its favour because this pen will last a while. For a liquid ink pen, I assumed it would be dead in under 20 pages, but was pleasantly surprised you can get 30-40 pages from a single barrel. (Writing top to bottom on college ruled paper.)
Also, I watched closely for any leaks, and was glad to note there were none.
This pen, although it's a 0.5mm rolling ball, creates a huge line. In fact, the line it creates is larger than the 0.7mm Pilot B2P pen. Granted, I'm sure some of the added line width is due to its feathering on the paper, but I'd hardly label this pen "precise". For that, I'd award the honour to either the Hi-Tec-C line, Pentel Slicci, or the Uni-ball Signo lines of pens. (See comment for link to an image for line size comparison with various pens.)
Finally, while this is a needle point nib, it's actually a strong one. Unless you're planning to drill this pen into the paper while writing, it can hold up to some heavy pressure without breaking or warping.
Overall, this is a good pen. Not necessarily a *great* one in my book, but for creating memos, taking quick notes, and general purpose writing, this will most certainly do.
If you any kind of joint issues that makes writing tiring after a while, try this pen, it might help. The flow is even and easy. Every other pen feels like carving wood in comparison.
+ Excellent colors!
+ Writes well
+ Extra fine
+ Has clear cutout box where the ink is to determine how much is left
+ Great for notetaking!
+ Great for labeling
+ Bright colors
- it does skip sometimes
- Pilot pens in general all seem to die before the ink is 1/2 done
- the yellow is hard to see but it's not the pen's fault I guess, it's the color
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Now let me be clear, these are not bad pens; they just aren't particularly enjoyable to use. The tip scratches and digs into the paper, resulting in a scraping feeling; this can not be avoided, as in order to get the right amount of ink, you must press harder than when using ballpoint or gel pens.
When it works your strokes will be bold and deeper than ballpoints, but this requires a slow and steady stroke. Writing quickly results in what is tantamount to chicken scratch. For smooth lines you’ll need to be methodical and deliberate.
So far I haven't experienced any leaking or excessive ink blotting; the delivery seams to be quite good. The ink dries/soaks into the paper rapidly, and I haven't encountered any smudging. Finally, if bleeding through the page is a worry, you need not fret; while using thin paper, the visible bleed through is exceptionally minimal.
While the Pilot Precise V5 is certainly better than the pens I was using, it is unfortunately not the smooth experience I was looking for. For Just over five dollars for two pens, I was expecting better. I most certainly can see this product appealing to others though; so while it isn’t for me, it may be for you.
-bold deep lines
-quick dry ink/no smudging
-page bleed is minimal
-product materials are adequate
-writing is scratchy and rough (not smooth)
-must write slowly for best results
-not very comfortable in the hand
-a bit overpriced for what you get
-aesthetic design is simplistic (subjective)
These pens flow very smoothly and are comfortable to hold. The design is classic and has not changed for years. I know many people like me who have been using these classics for years. Many people at work started buying these pens as they see print like writing I produce from these pens.
The only warning I have is that once you try this pen you may not like any other pen! Amazon price is usually better than local stores.
If you're looking for a high quality rollerball pen that isn't inky, this is the pen to get. However, if you need archival-ability along with a smooth writing experience, the Uniball vision needle still holds its ground
P.S. One complaint: Of the 20 pens I have used over the past year or so, one leaked. The cap was on but it still spewed out some ink. It was in a shirt pocket and made a mess. I have washed the shirt a few times but have not been able to get all the ink out.
They feel great in my large hands, never dry out until the ink is gone and the ink looks nice on paper. I might prefer blue ink but did not notice this pack of 5 in blue. Not inexpensive, but buying five at once is an affordable options.
In the past, when the ink was getting very low, I had a couple of the V5 pens leak. That has not happened in the past few months, so perhaps the company solved that problem.
The roller ball design allows these pens to write smoothly with very little pressure or hand fatigue making them ideal when writing for long periods of time.
Being left handed I was concerned that the ink from the V5 pen would bleed into the paper, smudge or smear, but I was surprised at how little ink bleed there is from these pens and also how resilient they are to smearing. Sometimes this V5 pen will smear every so slightly but 99% of the time I can write left handed without any smearing.
Note: I have also used the V7 version of this pen which does have more ink bleed and does smear noticeably more.
The V5 pen writes great on thermal paper making it a favorite for cashiers, waiters and waitress just be careful not to leave it alone with your customers or you might not get it back. The hard steel needle tip on the V5 pen is also great for making carbon copies and works great for things like bank deposit slips.
Unlike regular ball point pens or gel roller pens the needle tip on the Pilot V5 can bend, crack or break which can cause ink to leak out. The V5 pens can also be sensitive to changes in air pressure, so you should carry them with caution when flying as the changes in pressure can cause the ink to leak. In five years of use, I've had two pens leak, which can be messy.
I was concerned that cold weather may cause the ink to freeze and affect the performance of this pen but so far I've used this pen in freezing weather and it still wrote as good or better than ball point or gel pen.
One other feature I like is the convenient built in ink window which lets you see how much ink is still remaining in the pen
Overall for me, The Pilot V5 Techpoint is the perfect pen for me, my wife seems to like it too, since she's always borrowing it from my desk.
To write with a 0.5mm line on this one you'll need to follow calligraphy rule #1: use a comfy, nearly-90° hold on the pen, and rule #2: let the pen's weight dictate pressure (don't smash it). My one issue is how strongly it bleeds at a more innocent acute angle, leading you to do believe it's supposed to be that thick if you write in such a pose.