These three pens have been on my wish list over there for quite a while. When I order things from Jet Pens, I sometimes need something small to bring my order total up to the free-shipping level. These were some of those items (before Jet Pens sent these to me, that is). They go for $2, and I'd say they're worth the cost.
The super-fine .38mm tips on these rollerballs mean that they aren't going to be for everyone. If you have really small handwriting, then you might really like these. They're just at my lower limit for fine-tips, though. Anything lower than that and I just can't use them.
The ink seems to be pretty good, as well. It's a liquid ink, and the different colors seem to be a little inconsistent in their performance. The black is fairly dark, but it runs a little dry. The blue-black is a great color that really reminds me of Private Reserve's Ebony Blue or Noodler's Air Corp Blue Black, and I think it's the most well-behaved of the colors that I tried. The brown is a nutty sort of brown, but the ink seems to run a bit wet, and it is prone to spread and bleed more than the other two. As a result, it looks like it's wider than the .38 on the barrel.
|These are the pens used in the writing comparison, above.|
|Pilot Precise V5, the three Morning Glory Mach 3, Pilot G2 .38|
|The Mach 3 pens with a Uniball Signo Bit .18 pen.|