When you go to use a pen, chances are you’ve had a myriad of bad experiences. The ink may glop together, or not come out at all. There’s nothing more frustrating than trying to get a pen that is obviously full of ink to work when you need it, and having it fail on you.
Of course, once you get it working, that’s another matter entirely. You may get the ink to come out a little bit, or a whole lot. It makes you wonder about days gone by where the way you wrote said a lot about you. Good penmanship can not be achieved with an unreliable pen. This is why the Kyocera Ceramic Tipped Ballpoint Pen is such a welcome relief for pen lovers out there. Metal tipped pens can corrode when constantly against wet ink, so this ceramic option should do the trick. The porous nature of this ceramic tip will also deal with those unsightly gobs of ink and give you a clean stroke of ink each time. It’ll cost anywhere from $5-$15, and will require refills every now and again.