Shuttle Art 120 Unique Colours (no Duplicates) Gel Pen Set
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- THE MOST COLORS SET: Shuttle Art 120 Unique Gel Pens contains 120 INDIVIDULE colors, enjoys the most on Amazon! Each pen enjoys a unique color, which brings much more fun for Adult book Coloring, Scrap booking, Sketching, Doodling, Drawing, Writing, and all the other art designs.
- THE MOST COLOR TYPES: It includes 9 color types ,becomes the most on Amazon! Abundant colors with so many vibrant inks, you cannot imagine! We have glitter, neon glitter, metallic, neon, pastel, swirl, standard, unique, and the magical. The last two color types are the ones you CANNOT get from any other brands of gel pen set
- CUTE PACKING: Its convenient and easy taking. Whats more, it does NOT need big space to lay when you use.
- VALUE PACK WITH SUPERIOR QUALITY: Long lasting, durable tips, smooth writing, non-toxic, acid free.
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Cons of the set:
1) I think the rainbow colors are unnecessary. As I've shown in the color chart 74, 75 and 76 are rainbow pens yet the colors are stacked in tiers which one has to finish one color before getting to the other. I can't yet tell what makes these 3 colors different than the other 100 colors because I can't reach them; to me that's impractical. I wish the makers of the pens could have added more colors and omit these three pens because other than looking fun, I'm not looking forward to using these.
2) Not all the colors work.
3) The pastel colors need effort to release ink.
Pros of the set:
1) It has a practical carrying case with organized labeling (Parts 1, 2, 3 and 4) easy storage, and carrying.
2) Many vibrant and unique color options.
3) The metallic, glitter and pastel colors live up to their title (the glitter and pastel are my favorites!)
4) It's affordable in comparison to Gelly Roll pens with more colors. I cannot stress the color options enough! I've owned more than 5 brands of gel pen includng Gelly Roll and even if Gelly Roll has their own level of quality ink, they don't have the colors I want in metallic, pastel and glitter. The unique colors (65 - 73 in my chart) are sharpie quality vibrant. I've never seen this in any gel pen set yet.
This set is worth every cent you'll spend on it. I may have gotten unlucky with the one marker, but this many color options in many ink types made me a happy artist.
"I didn't get a full set!" and/or "My pens were only half full of ink!"
I did get 120 pens - these pens come in 4 sets of 30 pens each, and at first, I counted only 28 in Set 4! ...but then I realized two had fallen down in the bag--these are the two labeled "sneaky" in the image of all 120 inks. I took a photo of all 4 sets together from the back, and as you can see, I didn't get any weird half-full pens. Also, I'm happier than I should be about the giant pink stretchy-band that held the 4 packs together.
"They don't write!" and/or "I keep having to scribble to restart the ink flow"
Starting with Set 1 and going in order, from left to right in each set, I scribbled a bit with each pen, as shown in the image. Keep in mind: this is the first time I used any of these pens, and each scribble starts from top left--most scribbles are two rows of scratching, all from left to right. Some pens took a bit to get going--which strikes me as normal for new pens--and a few of the pastels, especially, took quite a bit of scribbling and/or tapping to get going, as you can see. (Pastels # 3 & 5, I'm looking at you.) All in all, I'd say not perfect, but as close to it as I've come across in gel pen sets. I'm pretty sure there's 120 different colors here, but I don't think I have a very good eye for color, so judge for yourself. Be careful if you set a pen down and then intend to pick back up the same color--you should probably set the particular pen aside, if color-matching matters to you. I read another review that warned you might accidentally pick up the wrong color since so many look so similar, and I'd say that's a real risk if you aren't careful.
Most pens started immediately--as fast or faster than most of the gel pens I've brought home from Office Depot--and nearly every pen kept flowing nicely once it got going. I plan to use these pens mainly for journaling, not coloring, so flow consistency is especially important to me. (I HATE when a pen poops out mid-word; don't you?) I'll update this review if this doesn't remain the case, but so far, so good.
(Note: The boundary line in the image is drawn with a ultra-fine black Sharpie, not any pen from this set, and Set 3 Pen 1 is white ink--good ink flow, bad visibility with a white background.)
When I bought this, I figured even if a few pens were duds, this was still a great deal--but so far, these pens are AWESOME, making them a great deal. I think a lot of the poor reviews may be from older sets. Who knows if pens sat around a while in a warehouse, or if the quality of pen has improved in the past few years, but none of the fears I had from the bad reviews have come true.
Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm off to make my journal much more colorful and sparkly than any adult should consider reasonable. (And to quote Beyonce, I ain't sorry.)