By Mark O’Neill
Who would have thought that the ordinary biro pen could be capable of so much?
This is the pen I have often have in my pocket. The one I chew on when I am examining my credit card bill, the one that always gets lost when I need it the most. The one I use to stir my cup of tea when I can’t be bothered going to get a spoon. The one I use to poke annoying people in the eye with.
Here’s some highlights :
“I unlike most of the users on this site have yet to experience what they are relishing in. I cannot find the “ON” switch, and have tried everything! No manual came with this item which I feel is repugnant. I went online hoping for a PDF version of the manual, to no avail. I wish some of these companies would have customer support on these issues.”
“I have fond memories of using the case as a blowpipe when the ink ran dry”
“I must have spent 30 minutes trying to figure out how to work this blasted thing, only to have it scratch my $700 LCD monitor to the point that I can no longer make out the picture. Then to make matters worse, the tube of complimentary Concord grape jam inside the stylus tasted like ink! So now I’m out the money and the toast!”