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You’ve got the “write” one baby. Pilot and Shoplet!

This “pen” worthy post is sponsored by Shoplet, the best little Office Supply store on the net. I received the below-mentioned products for free. No other compensation was received.

I’ve been reviewing products for Shoplet for years now and I STILL get excited to test each and every product I receive. For whatever reason (because I’m old school?) pens get me excited. I still write the old fashioned way, pen to paper. Even though I’m on my 3rd Kindle Fire HDX, I still buy books that I can hold and flip the pages on. Technology is great, but some things I refuse to let go of, and in this case, that would be great writing pens.

I’m going to share my recent Pilot pens review with all of you because a good man pen is hard to find. These go beyond that and I’d say they are GREAT pens.

You've got the "write" one baby. Pilot and Shoplet!

You've got the "write" one baby. Pilot and Shoplet!

  • Acroball Pro Advanced Ink Ballpoint Pen

    You've got the "write" one baby. Pilot and Shoplet!

    You've got the "write" one baby. Pilot and Shoplet!

    You've got the "write" one baby. Pilot and Shoplet!

    If you do a lot of writing, these pens are for you. You’ll get a nice even writing flow as well as effortless, smear-proof performance. The pens are retractable and come in several colors as well as an assortment of ink colors. These pens are designed to last and then last some more. The barrels are refillable and very elegant to look at.

  • Acroball Ballpoint Pens

    You've got the "write" one baby. Pilot and Shoplet!

    You've got the "write" one baby. Pilot and Shoplet!

    You've got the "write" one baby. Pilot and Shoplet!

    You've got the "write" one baby. Pilot and Shoplet!

    I love the look of these pens. If a pen could make someone happy, these do. They are white with pops of color and are so smooth to write with. The pens provide the best of a ballpoint and gel for smooth writing and fast drying. They are my favorite to journal with and jot down appointments, make out grocery lists, and such. They are also retractable and refillable as the above pens. You’ll get an assortment of colors to fit your needs.

  • Acroball Colors Pens
    1. You've got the "write" one baby. Pilot and Shoplet!

      You've got the "write" one baby. Pilot and Shoplet!

      You've got the "write" one baby. Pilot and Shoplet!

      You've got the "write" one baby. Pilot and Shoplet!

      These colorful pens are a must have for every office and home office. It’s easy to see what color the ink is by the color of the barrel. They write perfectly each and every time and are retractable with a nice pocket clip. I think my favorite part about these pens is how well they fit in my hand and the unique grip on them.

    2. Dr. Grip Frosted Pen

      You've got the "write" one baby. Pilot and Shoplet!

      You've got the "write" one baby. Pilot and Shoplet!

      You've got the "write" one baby. Pilot and Shoplet!

      I LOVE the pastel color of this pen. It’s got a frosted spring-like look going on and it’s a nice big size for easy gripping. It writes beautifully and smoothly without smearing. The grip is perfect if you have sweaty palms or hands because it’s a sure grip with a cushioned hold. The ink is black in color. This pen is retractable so ink does not leak out in your pocket or handbag.

      There you have it. A great assortment of pens for you to choose from while you restock your office supplies for spring. Head on over to Shoplet to check out these products along with their medical supplies and cleaning supplies.

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      Want to read more about these Pilot pens? Jump on over to fellow bloggers blog, Tabby’s Pantry to read her Pilot review.

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      10 Comments

      1. Katie

        March 21, 2016 at 9:50 pm

        Very nice pens! I still prefer to do a lot of writing by hand rather than on a computer, so this would be a nice set for me. Thanks for testing them out and sharing your thoughts. Very helpful for those of us who like to hand write!

      2. Becca Wilson

        March 21, 2016 at 11:10 am

        A nice pen that writes well can make your day so much better. It may sound silly to some but I totally get it!

      3. vidya sudarsan

        March 19, 2016 at 6:38 pm

        Sharp brand pens have never disappointed me. I’m quite picky when it comes to pens and stick to just a few brands. Sharp is one of them. These pens look good and love the mild colors too. Will check them out.

      4. Aileen Adalid

        March 19, 2016 at 11:36 am

        Oooh I’m also picky when it comes to my pens. I like them strong and thin BUT not in a way that it bleeds through normal paper. I’ve always loved Pilot though and it’s great to see this new product line.

      5. Tori Gabriel

        March 18, 2016 at 4:23 pm

        I totally agree with you. I also love a really nice pen which makes me sound really old. I keep a diary and have done since I was 16 so I’m always on the look out for a smooth writing pen. I think people are missing out by doing so much through computers.

      6. Cassie

        March 18, 2016 at 12:21 pm

        I love Pilot’s Dr. Grip line so much! I have one of their pens in pink and I loved it so much that I got the mechanical pencil version of it a few weeks later. I let me husband try my pen once and he just had to go to the store and buy a blue AND a green version of it! They are amazing pens.

      7. Sage

        March 18, 2016 at 5:58 am

        Clicky pens are my favorite, but I’ve had to give them up so I don’t drive the people around me crazy with my constant clicking! I just checked and my favorite pen is actually a Pilot pen. It’s one of their drawing pens, it’s great for writing… I never draw with it.

      8. Jenise @ DIYFunIdeas

        March 18, 2016 at 4:16 am

        I love finding a good pen, one that feels super smooth as you write. I have to admit, when I’m given a nice pen to sign something like a credit card receipt, if it’s super smooth, sometimes it ends up in my pocket. :-)

      9. Tabitha Willette

        March 17, 2016 at 2:43 pm

        These pens are awesome. I love the colors. Each family member can have a different color so they dont steel mine.lol

      10. Heather

        March 17, 2016 at 1:51 pm

        Isn’t it funny how something like pens is SO important? I know I like gel ink a whole lot, and like you mentioned – the grip is important. I don’t want a pen that’s too skinny or too round. Will definitely check out Shoplet. Their prices look very reasonable! Thanks for the reference!

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