Pentel Refill Ink for EnerGel 0.7mm Needle Tip Liquid Gel Pen, Pack of 12, Black Ink (LRN7-A-12)
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- Refill for EnerGel Liquid Gel Pen (BLN75)
- Quick-drying, super-smooth ink
- 0.7mm, metal tip writes medium lines
- Black Ink
- 12 refills per box
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Ink refill for EnerGel Liquid Gel Pen (LRN5). Super-smooth ink glides across paper effortlessly. Quick-drying ink is ideal for left-handed writers. 0.7mm metal tip produces medium lines.
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The down side to these refills, people like your pen. SO you really have to keep an eye on it.
First off, one might ask “but I can get 100s of free promotional pens, why would I spend $1 a refill for something that accomplishes the same task?” However, as I’ll delve into later on, those pens don’t offer a pleasurable writing experience and when you begin to look at the cost of higher-end ballpoint and fountain pens, you’ll quickly realize that the cost is justified. For a cost less than a small Starbucks coffee, your hand, rather than your tongue, can experience joy for multiple sessions on your college fold out desk (each refill typically lasts around 2 weeks for me writing around 8 pages a day). But what exactly is this joy I speak of?
Smoothness and darkness. The pen simply glides across the paper, requiring little effort to leave a dark, black, and legible mark. This is in stark contrast to your run-of-the-mill bic promotional pen which leaves a greyish mark only after herculean amounts of pressure. Because of the ease of writing, you can write page after page all the while leaving a higher-contrasting mark to make late-night study sessions easier on the eyes. And although your mind may be exhausted by the end, your arm will be able to soldier on into the night.
Those smooth and dark lines help to even make a lefty’s handwriting decipherable. If you’ve ever encountered a lefty who recently finished a marathon of note-taking and ask them to see their palm, you’ll see more graphite or ink on their hand than the page. And once you take a look at their notes you’d think they were creating modern art with smears streaking to the right on every page. As a lefty, I can confidently say after five solid years and nearly 100 different refills my hand emerges clean every time from a page. This doesn’t only benefit lefties. Due to the quick-drying when you flip a page you won’t leave carbon-copyesk marks on the back of your page, muddling your carefully recorded notes.
Are there some downsides to these refills? Of course. I’ve noticed that they don’t perform well at all on single sheets of paper, often not dispersing ink on the paper. This requires you to go back over lines that a plain ol bic pen would’ve gotten first try. But, for those who fill out multiple notebooks a semester, there is no reason to endure the domain of the free pens. Your hand deserves a treat for all its hard work: treat it with Pentel Energel.