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  • If you care about finding comfort and still having a great pen then I highly recommend this to you
  • Personally I like the blue because it is a darker color and it is harder to see the little blot (they rarely show up) when using it

    • by Ben
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      This pen provides support, is sleek, and is very smooth when in use. I’ve been out and about just looking for the right pen for me. Well, the G2 is it. Pilot has finally created the flawless pen. If you care about finding comfort and still having a great pen then I highly recommend this to you.

      COLORS: Pilot has created 13 colors for the G2. They are blue, red, green, black, light brown, auburn, pink, bright blue, ocean blue, purple, orange, bright green, and dark blue. This is very significant and they are sold in 3-packs of assorted colors at many stores. Personally I like the blue because it is a darker color and it


      is harder to see the little blot (they rarely show up) when using it.

      PERFORMANCE: Never before have I been able to write notes so quickly, still be able to read my handwriting, and still have time left over to doodle! Every once in a while Pilot will come up with something great (like the new Pilot G2 Limited) that everybody can appreciate and be able to recommend to other people. The G2 is smear resistant (except for left-handers) and creates a smooth clicking action without getting jammed like many other pens.

      COST AND PACKAGING: Generally you can find these pens anywhere from Target (my favorite place to get them) to Walgreens to Staples and other office ...


      • supply stores. 1-packs sell $1.20-$1.99, 3-packs sell for about $4.08, 5-packs sell for about $6.49, 8-packs sell for $7.00-$8.69, and 12-packs sell for about $13.56 (depending on where you get them). Two refills cost $1.00. If I where you I would buy G2’s at Target even though it is a bit more expensive because you can’t go wrong and the packaging is generally better-there aren’t any missing or broken.

        ADVICE FOR BUYING: Don’t go to a store, see a G2, and just pick it up, pay for it, and walk out the door. When you see it go over and look at it. Lots of companies like to imitate this pen and make you buy the

        fake kind. First, check the clip at the top to make sure that it is Pilot (it will say Pilot G-2 07 in gold if it is real). Second, look at the ink cartridge on the inside-if you notice any cracks, build up of ink outside the cartridge, or LARGE gaps between the ink then put it back and start from #1 while examining the next G2. Third, make sure the colors you pick out you will use (I have had a situation in the past where the color I chose hadn’t been the black-it had been a dark blue). Finally check the price and if it is reasonable then you’ve just gotten yourself an excellent quality pen. ☺




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