I picked this one of my favorite pens for my new book, The Nifty Pen Reviewer’s Complete Guide to Personal Ink, because my first ink purchase was a pen in a galaxy far, far away, and I wanted to include it in my review. I love a pen that has a lot of ink, and I love writing with pens that are easy to write with.
It doesn’t take a genius to recognize that pen reviews are an inherently subjective exercise. Writing a review is basically a form of self-appraisal. The more you know about the pens you have, the better you’ll write. And while most pens I’ve reviewed do look like the real thing, there are those that seem more like toys.
There are pens, especially the cheap ones, that seem to have been made by the same company for decades. Not a good idea. I would not recommend buying a pen that has been around for ten years and that has a manufacturer number that you have to dig up online.
The company that produces neatcell pens was founded in 1969, around the same time that I became part of the world of digital design. I first heard about them from a friend who was buying cheap pens at a local hobby shop, but I did not know anything about them. About a year ago my friend and I went to visit their factory in Poland and I was pleasantly surprised as it was a huge place filled with the pens I wanted to buy.
I’ve seen neatcells on display in other places, and I’ve had my own neatcell pen, but it’s not possible to buy them in-store. This is because they have a factory that requires you to be a customer to get their pens. For now, I’m still waiting for my order to arrive. But I still do have a good review of the pens that I ordered and I’m looking forward to purchasing others.
I have no idea what neatcells are, but I think they should be able to produce a pen that will be of great value for the price they’re asking. The pens I’ve seen are all more expensive than I’d like to pay for them, and I don’t know any other pens that are a similar price.
Basically the pen in question is one of the cheapest ones you can buy, but it is very cheap. It looks like the design is just a simple rectangular piece of metal with no markings on it. It doesn’t even include the writing mechanism (which is probably just a standard pen). No one has yet commented on the price, so Im looking forward to seeing what else they have to offer.
No, there isn’t anything wrong with the pen in question. It’s just that it doesn’t include any writing mechanism. If you’ve got an old pen that you don’t want to write with anymore, but still need to write with, you can just buy a new one and buy the ink.
The pen is a neatcell pen, a cheap plastic pen, but dont expect a lot of ink, especially with the price listed below.
Im using a neatcell pen for the first time. I bought it at a local store for $5. I didnt read the whole reviews before I decided to buy it. It has a very tiny nib, but I think its worth getting it for the price because it doesnt need a nib.