Review of Freelimit Gel Pens
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Freelimit Gel Pens are gel pens with a hexagonal barrel shape. Set contains glitter, metallic, neon and pastel gel pens They are sold in a maximum of 30 count packets.
- Inexpensive gel pens
- Hexagonal barrel
- Smooth flow of ink with no skipping during coloring
- Good range of colors and ink types eg glitter, pastel, neon and metallic
- Color indicator on lid is a reliable indicator of the gel ink color
- Vibrant color
- Ink contains a lot of sparkle in the glitter pens
- Able to color in tight, detailed spaces
- Thick ink
- No classic gel inks
- No comfort grips
- Wet ink on application requires drying time and can easily smear until dry
- Some bleed through and shadowing on basic photocopy paper
- Thinner papers can buckle due to the wetness of the ink
- Pens can be “scratchy” when first used but ink flow frees up once pen has been used
- Ink color can stop flowing while coloring and I found the pen needed to be rolled between my palms to warm the ink and start the ink flowing again.
- $$ – typically AUD $5.01 – $20.00 / US $3.76 – $15.00 / £2.61 – £10.00 / €3.31 – €13.25
Comments / Recommendations
- A good pack of gel pens with a good color and ink type range with a high quality of glitter in the glitter inks
- These pens do not require any pressure to get the best out of them so if you have any fine motor, hand or arm problems these may be a suitable option