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It is a beautiful pen, good quality, the selection of the pen refill may not be very versatile for Thailand but I was able to use the included pen refill that you supplied. After try to use for a while (5-10 minitues) I felt was a bit of a problem. The copper material is very heavy. It's not easy to write and difficult to control my handwriting. It's like being more tired when writing than a normal pen. I think that if the material was light metal, it would be much better. Currently, I did not used it but kept as a gadget collection.
I have an opinion, I think this product is of good built and good quality. If possible, you may include a little information about the weight of the pen to help buyers to decide on the choice of materials more than just seeing pictures it will be very useful. If you already have information but i don't see I'm sorry.
I would like to encourage you to continue designing good products.
I currently have 4 brass pens from 4 different brands. From the picture, top to bottom, County Comm Brass Embassy Rev4, Everyman Grafton mini Twist, the Brass Click EDC and Machine Era Markup brass. All 4 pens are fantastic, but one thing that makes the Brass Click EDC pen stands out is that it is the only one that clicks with a mechanism, and that makes it the most convenient to use of the 4, of course plus the refill compatibility. And for that reason, this pen is the one I used the most. I replaced the refill with a Schmidt Fineliner 6040, which writes super smooth like a marker, and that also makes the pen about 1/2 inch longer, better length, IMO. Over all, this is a great pen, every part of it is made with premium material, one of the best on the market!
Love the pen! I prefer the brass version, copper patinas a bit more noticeably, brass has a more subtle look. The ink cartridge was great, but I have my preference, and several of my favorites were an easy drop in, I even tried grabbing the nearest pen and scavenging the refill, worked perfectly. Plus replacement parts and a tool included...I’m guessing the pen will outlive me. Absolutely nothing I could say against it, 100% happy. If you’re eyeing one, I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.
I'm a fountain pen guy largely because I despise the pen wobble that comes with rollerball or ballpoint pens. This is the first pen I've ever used that works wobble-free with any refill I use. I'm so happy Big Idea Design figured this issue out.
The pen itself is fantastic. It's solid, well made, and in just two weeks, the patina is already pretty substantial. About the only thing I'd change is that the grip--which is decent and has a medium circumference--could be improved with just a little bit of knurling (hint hint) to improve grip.