A reader writes: Bic mechanical pens are fantastic, but when it comes to pencils it’s a matter of preference.
I have a lot of respect for the craftsmanship and craftsmanship of the Bic pencils.
But, as you can see, the quality of the pencils are sub-par compared to the average mechanical pencil.
I’m not a fan of cheap and easily available mechanical pencil brands.
There’s a reason why most of the pens I buy are mechanical.
Because they’re cheaper and easier to manufacture.
That’s why, in the past, most mechanical pencil manufacturers have focused on selling low quality, cheap pens that can be easily repaired and refurbished.
I’ve also seen some good things about mechanical pencil makers and designers, but they tend to overpromise and underdeliver.
Bic’s pens are a very different beast, with a fantastic craftsmanship to match.
But I have no qualms about purchasing a Bic.
I’d definitely recommend it to anyone looking for a good mechanical pencil, and I highly recommend you do too.
BIC’s mechanical pencil is designed for the same purpose as most of their mechanical pens: to replace a mechanical pencil when it fails.
Why would you want to replace your mechanical pencil?
I think there’s two reasons.
First, if you’re a regular pencil user, there’s something about a mechanical pen that’s a lot more comfortable.
It’s much easier to hold, and it’s not too heavy to carry around.
The pen’s rubberised surface is smooth and smooth-shaved.
The nib is also a lot softer than a conventional pencil nib.
Bics mechanical pencil has a solid base and a smooth tip.
The tip of the pen has a soft, flexible tip, too.
The rounded edge is also very comfortable to hold.
If you’re an avid fountain pen user, you may also be interested in the Bics pen range.
These pens are well-designed and well-made.
I know I am.
The quality of my Bic Pen, for example, is superb.
The only thing that can go wrong with this pen is when the nib wears out.
If that happens, I replace the nib with a replacement.
The Bic pen range also comes in two different styles.
The Professional Bic (above) is the same pen as the Professional Bik (below).
I’ve seen some really good reviews for these pens, but I’ve not had a chance to try them myself.
The Ultimate Bic ($40) is designed to be the ultimate replacement for your regular mechanical pencil pen.
The ultimate Bic can also be purchased as a standalone pen with no additional accessories.
The premium Bic has a metal nib and a plastic body that’s durable enough to last a lifetime.
But it’s more expensive than the regular Bic, so if you don’t want to pay extra, this pen may not be for you.
The Pen-O-Pen ($100) is a solid mechanical pencil that can replace a normal mechanical pencil with the same quality.
It has a rubberised tip and an extremely soft, smooth-finished surface.
It comes in several styles, including a solid and a gold.
The solid Bic is best for people who are more comfortable with their mechanical pencil but prefer a softer, more comfortable pen.
But the gold version of the Pen-o-Pen is not only more comfortable but it’s also much better for the environment, according to the BIC website.
Why are mechanical pencil pens expensive?
Bic pens cost a lot.
I can’t think of a better way to compare them than to say the cost of a pencil.
A mechanical pencil costs $10.20 to $18.20 depending on the size of the plastic nib and nibbase.
The same pencil, with the rubberised and soft plastic nib, will cost you between $20 and $25.
Bis mechanical pencil will also cost you more than a regular mechanical pen, but if you replace it in less than two years, you’ll save an incredible amount.
But what do mechanical pencil companies say about Bic?
BIC is a German company.
It was founded in 2003 and has more than 300 employees in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.
The company was acquired by German brand Rheinmetall in 2014.
The new company has more employees in Australia and Canada.
Bichlendorf is a Swiss company that makes pencils and is based in a Swiss canton.
It makes pencil nibs and has factories in Switzerland, France and the UK.
The pens are manufactured in Germany.
Other brands include Pencil, Permanente and Pencil Express.
The US company, Pencil International, is headquartered in Los Angeles.
It is owned by Pensilect, the Swiss pen company that produces the popular Bic and Bik mechanical pencil systems.
I am not sure how the company