Available in black, red and blue. We have only reviewed the black and blue pens in this post.
Tactile Experience & Design:
These pens have a plastic body with a good rubber grip that is grooved, which makes writing for a long period comfortable. In comparison to most ball-point pens in the same price range, the overall construction of the pen is sturdy. The cap has a tighter lock mechanism than most. The body of the pen is contoured in three different ways which makes it comfortable for nearly any style of gripping a pen.
Despite it being a fine point pen, you don’t have to apply too much pressure. The great thing about this pen is that it does not require scratching to get started.
Shade Fidelity/ Ink Quality:
Both the black and blue ink are up to the standard.
- Fine point
- Comfortable to use
- Easily available (in India at least)
- The refill is opaque so you won’t be able to tell how much ink is left.
- Hard plastic may break easily.
TIP: Make sure the nib has the rubber seal on it to ensure that it is new and unused.
Final Rating:4.5 out of 5 stars
Would we recommend it? Hell, yes.