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|Pen Type:||Ink Rollerball Pen|
|Weight:||12.9 g without cap|
|Scope of delivery:||Pen, two refills|
The Schneider Breeze Rollerball is completely made of plastic, the majority of the pen including the grip surface is rubberized, ensuring that the pen lies well in your hand. The lid and cap for the cartridge compartment can be screwed on smoothly and the manufacturing lets nothing to be desired. All in all, this pen also looks high-quality.
3. Writing Performance
The rollerball pen itself does not have a refill. Instead, the cartridges themselves have a fine refill. So with every new cartridge the pen gets a new refill. The Schneider Breeze glides well over the paper. Even when writing fast, the line remains constant, which means the refill is always supplied with enough ink. The notches in the pen for your fingers ensure that the pen is used at a steep angle to the paper. This automatically results in more movement of the hand rather than just the pen guiding fingers.
The rollerball does write on correction band, the ink does however takes a little longer to dry and also remains a little pale.
4. 5-Hours Written Exam Test
The ergonomic design of the pen is easy on the hand while writing. The refill, which is more sensitive than that of a normal ballpoint pen, also helps to reduce the pressure of the pen on the paper. You can nevertheless clearly feel the pen-holding fingers after a certain time, because the pen itself is made of plastic, albeit rubberized, but not yielding.
Conclusion of the Schneider Rollerball Breeze test & review: The Schneider Breeze Rollerball is perfectly suited for writing 5-hour exams. The pen rests well in the hand and its ergonomics support the relaxation of the hand while writing. The pen also looks dynamic and attractive, making it perfect for friends of cartridge rollers.
You can buy the Schneider Rollerball Breeze here.
6. Scoring by Points
|Writing on correction band:||2/10|
|Suitability for long Writing|
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