Pilot Gel Ink Rollerball Pens P 700 Fine Point 0.7 mm Red Barrel Red Ink Pack Of 12 Pens - Reviews
Pilot® Gel Ink Rollerball Pens, P-700, Fine Point, 0.7 mm, Red Barrel, Red Ink, Pack Of 12 Pens is rated out of 5 by 6.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Zman from 15 plus years and still the best. How? I have been using these for over 15 years and still nothing is better. Pens I’ve test: Pilot precise v5 and v7 Uniball vision elite 0.5 and 0.8 Pilot g-2 07 and 10 Lamy al-star fountain pen Uniball jestream Uniball signo 207 First I would like to add that this pen has made me more money and has signed more deals than I could even ever count. I enjoy using this pen daily. The red is the perfect color red not too dark, not too bright, but also not a light red like almost pinkish. The ink flow is perfect every time and I never have to put any pressure for it to write. Some people think this pen looks ugly but I love the look of it. Thanks for reading the review.
Date published: 2019-07-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by aimy007 from Pilot P-700 FINE Gel Pens WOW!!! These pens really get the job done. The ink is long lasting, does NOT smudge, and has a smooth writing line. In most "gel pens", I find that the gel tends to put out big blobs of gel every four or five words; well, this pen does not do that, in fact it gives the perfect amount of ink in every letter, ever dotted "I", and every period. Hands down for the best pens on the market goes to the Pilot P-700 FINE gel pens without a doubt. Now if I can just find them in BLUE...
Date published: 2011-09-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by 2kitties from Best Pen Ever This is probably the best pen I have ever used. Unfortunately it is getting harder and harder to find so I was very happy when I was able to order a box of them on line. I hope it is not being phased out by the manufacturer because it will be difficult to replace.
Date published: 2010-04-19
Rated 2 out of 5 by foodie from Not Reliable The red gel rollerball pens aren't reliable--when trying to write, no ink comes out. The purple and green gel pens are even worse. How can Pilot keep making them? We use the blue gel with good results.
Date published: 2010-02-23