Pen Review: Sharpie Pen Grip
I borrowed this pen at a friend’s house to write a shopping list. I carry around enough pens to stock a fifth grade classroom, so my reasoning was pretty shaky. As the Sharpie Pen Grip moved across the page I thought I might have finally found a worthy replacement for my much cherished RoseArt/Mega SRX770. While ink is similar to the Sharpie Retractable, (again, I’m not an ink expert) the feel of the pen is infinitely more satisfying.
The barrel feels solid and provides many hours of comfortable writing. I tend to grip like a vice and many lesser pens do not live out long lives with me. I wrote in my journal while watching an entire disc of Law & Order: CI and my hand didn’t cramp once. This is pretty spectacular because I often have to swap pens on long writing binges to avoid this fate.
Office Supply Geek has a stellar review of this pen for those looking for a more nuanced assessment. I found the review thorough; identifying and responding to the concerns I had about trying yet another version of the Sharpie pen.
Seems like Sharpie has really stepped up the game and taken the best possible elements of earlier versions and I’m happy to report this is a FANTASTIC addition to my collection.