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Pilot Dr. Grip 4+1 Ballpoint Pen and 0.5mm Pencil
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- 4 color 0.7mm ballpoint pen and 0.5mm mechanical Pencil
- Ballpoint Ink color : Black , Red , Blue and Green
- Acro Ink inclued
- Japan Import
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Since its launch in 1991, this 4 colour ballpoint pen is a staple of hard to get tired writing instrument, which has a water-resistant ink with a blended lubricant that reduces the frictional resistance of the ballpoint at the pen tip.
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Here's why I love it:
- Colored pens for grading. Students write in all kinds of colors, so being able to switch my color without switching actual utensils is nice.
- Pencil. It's what I like for myself, so that's convenient, too. For me, the touch of the lead to paper is the most comparable to a Ticonderoga I've seen in a mechanical, and I think it's because of the .5mm size and steadiness of the holder (the lead doesn't shuffle or "bounce back" like it does in some mechanical pencils).
- It's fine tip! This is one of the biggest selling points for me. I do not like medium tip instruments, so the fact that the pens & pencil are all fine tip is pretty spectacular. I had a medium-tip one that was three colors and a pencil, but it the writing was too thick for me, and I ended up giving that to a friend after I got this one.
- It's a comfortable grip. Pencils (which I love) and slender pens hurt my hand after a while, so the girth of this one, and the rubber grip, make it comfortable. I've graded for 5 hours straight using this without my hands getting tired or crampy.
- The refills are readily available. I've had this pen for 3 months now and replaced two colors (because it's all I use for grading)
- Eraser is tiny. But it's about the same as on other mechanical pencils, so that's not really such a huge drawback. Plus, refills are available.
So as you can see from the above I loved this pen, however, the pencil part gave me issues. It eventually got to the point I could never use the pencil part. I would click down the pencil part and even if there was a full thing of lead, the lead would slide back up, while the part that was clicked down would be stuck in the down spot...hard to describe, but definitely broken. In other words, the part that set this apart from a regular 4 colored pen...the pencil, is useless to me. very sad
This pen is pure awesomeness! Yes, I can rehome my pen collection, which probably is anywhere between 50 to 80 pens. I love pens, plain and simple.
Ok, now that we are past that here's what you need/want to know:
Grip diameter is very similar to the original Dr. Grip ballpoint/gel rollerball. It isn't a squishy grip cushion (Like Sensa pens). It isn't a hard grip cushion. For me, it's a Goldie Locks Grip!
Is the pencil hard to figure out or operate? No. Push the clip all the way down, once engaged use short, rigid pushes to advance the lead.
Changing ink colors is cumbersome... I guess if you're lazy and sliding your thumb up the pen to lightly push a slider button down is a big deal! I personally find it easier than my Fisher multi pen that uses gravity so that you roll the pen in your hand to choose a color and then the wrong color is deployed.
It is easy to refill! And you have refill choices my friends! You can use Acro ink it comes with. The original Dr Grip ballpoint/ Pilot Easy Touch refills work perfectly. Uni Style refills work well. And those cheap, trim to fit ballpoint refills work as well! I also plan on experimenting with Coleto refills, etc.
The Acro ink the pen comes with is not bad at all. It writes smoothly. It does have a little plop of oily ink at the tip after not using for a period of time... but its not a big deal to me as some of my favorite pens do that. The cost of the refills is a cringer though.. $10 for 4 refills! Hence my refill experiments.