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Zoom Ying Samon 0.5mm Ballpoint Pen / Tombow

Zoom Ying Samon 0.5mm Ballpoint Pen / Tombow

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A creation inspired by the sand patterns in the garden style called 'Karesansui,' which expresses a mountain and water landscape with stones and sand.

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Dylan Pomin
Where do I begin

This tombow is both elegant and practical, wether you love Japanese art and culture, or you want to have a smooth pen to make you feel more confident, this was a great choice for someone who loves gardens and to write, it’s smooth and with some nice Journal paper gave a crisp writing experience with the water based ink and ballpoint making smooth lines and letters with no cracks in the ink, im very impressed as this was my first impression of Tombow ink-pens, as I’ve only had Mechanical pencil from this brand, despite a high price and low payout, as “you could always buy a bic” as some of my friends would say, but between us, I think we can all appreciate the quality and beauty of a pen like this… that being said, as someone new it stationary, and coming back to pens and mechanical pencils, I love this. If you need to know the downside, I think the ridges are gonna be better for those who hold there pen high up, but for me; with my thing long fingers, I find myself switching to other pens as I have pain in my knuckles that can make me frustrated when using this, I hold my pen close to the tip so the balance of weight can be discomforting. That’s it, much love, and thanks for reading my rambles! (>~<)

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Alejandro

I love it.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
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Dylan Pomin
Where do I begin

This tombow is both elegant and practical, wether you love Japanese art and culture, or you want to have a smooth pen to make you feel more confident, this was a great choice for someone who loves gardens and to write, it’s smooth and with some nice Journal paper gave a crisp writing experience with the water based ink and ballpoint making smooth lines and letters with no cracks in the ink, im very impressed as this was my first impression of Tombow ink-pens, as I’ve only had Mechanical pencil from this brand, despite a high price and low payout, as “you could always buy a bic” as some of my friends would say, but between us, I think we can all appreciate the quality and beauty of a pen like this… that being said, as someone new it stationary, and coming back to pens and mechanical pencils, I love this. If you need to know the downside, I think the ridges are gonna be better for those who hold there pen high up, but for me; with my thing long fingers, I find myself switching to other pens as I have pain in my knuckles that can make me frustrated when using this, I hold my pen close to the tip so the balance of weight can be discomforting. That’s it, much love, and thanks for reading my rambles! (>~<)

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Alejandro

I love it.