|Item Weight||4.5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1 x 2.8 x 5.8 inches|
|Item model number||35334|
|Number of Items||1|
|Point Type||extra fine|
|Manufacturer Part Number||35334|
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Pilot Precise V5 Stick Rolling Ball Pens, Extra Fine Point, Black Ink, Dozen Box (35334)
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- Unique liquid ink formula maintains consistent flowing strokes
- Incredibly smooth, skip-free writing
- Visible ink supply lets you see how much ink is left
- Extra fine point (0.5mm) for precise writing
- Box of 12 pens with black ink and matching color barrels
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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!
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Top Customer Reviews
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.
As an added bonus, these things make excellent writing tools. They can be used and abused like my ballpoints. I've never had a nib get bent on me, and pens have been dropped, squished at the bottom of a backpack, and thrown around. The writing, again, is very smooth and I do not need to put much pressure down to get a good line. On the other hand, I've had coworkers borrow them who bear down on pens when writing and they return to me fine. They work well on almost all paper I've used. The sole exception has been receipt paper, which has clogged one of them with the fine dust film.
A little expensive for a disposable pen, but I find it an indispensable tool for both art and everyday use.
I know, I know, its just a pen, BUT its the best pen, beyond going to more expensive handmade pens, that I've ever owned.
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