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Galaxy Stars Ballpoint

Price: $79.00 Now $49.95 Save 37%
Item: AP0098
A ballpoint pen with star quality
Levenger pens are well known for offering an out-of-this-world writing experience, and the Galaxy Stars ballpoint pen continues the tradition with a design that twinkles with intelligence. Gleaming abalone chips embedded in black lacquered brass provide flashes of iridescent color to approximate a sky teeming with stars.
  • Deploys with a simple twist
  • Lacquered brass barrel embedded with iridescent abalone chips
  • Chrome appointments
  • 5 9/16L x 1/2 diameter, 1.36 oz
  • We offer ballpoint refills
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Aesthetically pleasing, functionally difficult I own several Levenger pens, and in my opinion their best quality is their appearance. This pen, the Galaxy Stars ballpoint, follows suit in this area. It is visually stunning, without a doubt. This, from my perspective, is its most praiseworthy characteristic. Looking past this area, however, one must address the functionality of the pen, and in this regard it is marred by one fact in particular: it is noticeably, undeniably heavy. Levenger pen fans will likely respond to this observation with the fact that most Levegner pens are heavy, and I fully agree with this. Let me rephrase, then: this pen is noticeably, undeniably heavier than any other Levenger pen I own. While certainly not a fatal flaw, this fact does limit the usefulness of the pen, according to my own taste. In summary, I'll be keeping the Galaxy Stars ballpoint, but will likely reserve it for short, lively treks across paper rather than lengthy penning. Would I recommend this pen to a friend? Probably not, as I know very few people who would willingly tolerate discomfort in writing in lieu of aesthetic satisfaction. August 2, 2012
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