Monday, March 9, 2009

Pilot MultiBall (yes, please) and details on Fridays fountain


This is another pen that makes me want to find something to write. I picked up this one up in NYC and it really surprised me. A quick sample writing at the store and I bought 3 to take home.

The next day I went on the hunt and bought a handful more for my very own. These pens are that good for me. It writes just a shade under a .5 and flows and flows and flows.

My biggest pen problem right now is that I have too many pens that love to write with. I may need to go into some sort of forced pen semi retirement and a new rotation plan. These Pilots have found a way into my heart and I need to make the time to use them.

Normally, I am very stingy with the details of my pen sourcing. Although between Twitter, Facebook, Email and Comments, I have to get the details out on my new Pilot fountain pen. So--- this is what the package looks like. I bought it at Kinokuniya Bookstores, Midtown West right by Bryant park. If you are lucky enough to go there... go downstairs to the pen section and have fun. I believe this one was $9.25ish. Good Luck and let me know if you pick one up. I am in the process of finding another source for these, so I will let you know what I come up with.
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6 comments:

Nrepose said...

Is this the same pen as the Permaball? Nr

OfficeSupplyGeek said...

These do write very nice, I've got a green one I picked up from JetPens a while ago.

Melanie said...

I googled them and found them at JetPens (the usual colors) and only $1.50 each.....thanks for sharing all your fun pen finds!!

Seth said...

NR- I have no idea. Looks similar, but not sure if it's exact. HMMM, I might need to buy more pens.

Gentian said...

I love Kinokuniya. The one near Bryant Park is nice, I like all the levels and the cafe zaiya they have inside. I miss living near one.

fabulousrice said...

This is the best pen in the world!... Absolutely writes (or draws!) and dries on every imaginable surface... Can't live without it!