Pen Review: Sheaffer POP Ballpoint

As with many of my other pens, this one came from the iPen subscription box in May 2018.  The theme was purple, and this giant purple pen fit right in!

Sheaffer POP

With a comfortable grip and smooth tip, I thought at first this would be a pen I would truly enjoy.  Unfortunately, the barrel is just too big!  It makes my fingers sore after a while, and I feel like I climbed up a beanstalk and stole this pen from a giant’s desk.  While overall it’s a nice pen, it’s not one that I tend to reach for.

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Ashley O’Melia is an independent author and freelancer from Southern Illinois.  She holds her Bachelor’s Degree in Creative Writing and English from Southern New Hampshire University.  Her books include The Wanderer’s Guide to Dragon Keeping and The Graveside DetectiveHer short stories have been published in The Penmen Review, Paradox, and Subcutaneous.  Ashley’s freelance work has spanned numerous genres for clients around the world.  You can find her on Facebook and Amazon.

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4 Comments

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4 responses to “Pen Review: Sheaffer POP Ballpoint

  1. Interesting, because I like a thick pen. I find it easier to hold and children learning to write should use a thicker pen. Perhaps I’ve never grown out of the child stage.

  2. I am not a fan of thick pens. I agree they do hurt my hand after awhile. Of course, I have several in my crazy collection. As a matter of fact my pens from the iPen store came today and since I saw this fountain pen for $4 on clearance, I bought it. It is thick, too. But for $4 I’m going to try it out. (I know I keep saying this but dying for book 3. They are SOO good)

  3. Pingback: Pen Review: Parker Vector Fountain | Ashley O'Melia, Author

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