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Purchased the AG7 because of its history and legendary status among pens. I thought I would be getting a solid, well-built pen, but I was disappointed to say the least.
- Very nice packaging presentation. Mine came in a plastic case with a tiny color brochure that talked about the history of this pen.
- Weight feels ok, but not balanced correctly: much more noticeably heavy toward the top of the pen.
- Spring mechanism feels softer, weaker than most every other pen I own. Does not have a solid, positive click. Feels as though it will get stuck halfway if you don't apply enough pressure when clicking it.
- Slight rattle heard on both top of pen and bottom whether retracted or not.
- Noticeable gap between ink cartridge and pen makes it feel as though the ink cartridge is too narrow for this pen. This causes a lot of play while writing.
Overall this pen I received was a disappointment. I was expecting at the very least a pen built to equal or better standards than my Cross or Parker pens. This AG7 feels more like my less expensive, mass produced Zebra pens.
Even if I return this pen and the manufacturer sends me a better copy, I feel as though the damage has been done. If a company prides itself on producing quality products, then steps should be taken throughout the entire manufacturing process to ensure that there are the least amount of inconsistancies possible. Had this been a gift for a friend I would have felt very bad as he or she would have gotten a pen that feels like a typical, inexpensively made bargain pen; not a classic, well built writing instrument.
I bought the Fisher Space pen expecting quality not cheap flashiness. I dropped this pen once on the floor, it was concrete, and the top part bent. This made it difficult to click out the pen. I dropped this pen a second time, on concrete, and the internal encased mechanisms that allows you to click in and out the pen stopped working. I attempted to open it up and fix it, but I could not for the life of me open it up. Supposedly they have a good repair policy, but if I sent it off for repairs every time I dropped it, I would barely have it. Also this pen is easy to drop given the smooth finish.
I bought my wife a cheaper Fisher pen to start using the extra ink. She dropped it somewhere and the tip of the pen bent as well. She still uses it, but I have never had this issue with other pens I have purchased. I would recommend a F-701 if looking for a sturdy metal pen.
It’s a very pretty pen. Nice light easy to hold. It breaks very easily. I dropped it from my desk and now the button to retract the pen won’t work. The price I paid I can’t not see myself repurchasing.
I wanted to like this pen, but the ink does not flow out consistently on paper. Every time I give the pen another chance, it's another disappointment. In every sentence I write with this pen there's always partially faded letters or words. I'll try a new refill and see if it works better. If it does and this issue turns out to be just a bad filler I will update this comment.