Thursday, August 31, 2023
Friends, if you're in the market for a new pen and you haven't pulled the trigger, maybe it's because nobody ever told you about the Pilot G2 premium gel roller with smooth quick-drying ink and a comfort grip that's like a pillow for your phalanges. Pilot has been making pens in Japan since 1916 and the United States since 1972, but over that entire epoch you may find no better convergence of craftsmanship and affordability than the Pilot G2 Limited Edition Harmony Ink Collection Assorted 10 Pack.
The Limited Edition Harmony Ink Collection includes gel pens in the professional colors of blue and black and teacher's red, but wait, there's more. You can lay down a 0.7-millimeter fine line in shades of green, light blue, dark blue, magenta, yellow and two brand new hues for 2023: rose pink and grape.
Imagine the looks you'll get in the long checkout line at the supermarket when you sign your check in grape -- maybe you even bought grapes! Picture the response you will receive when you're in class and pass over that "Do you like me? Check Yes or check No" note in persuasive pink ink. Spoiler alert: They like you! They really like you!
I don't write checks and my note-passing days ended back when George Michael left Wham, but for all those moments when I put pen to paper, I like knowing that when the situation calls for something other than blue or black, the Harmony Ink Collection has me as prepared as the Girl Scout who scored the front-of-Costco table during cookie-selling season.
This is a sponsored link that will earn a check from Pilot, though that term is used colloquially since it will probably be an electronic payment. I'd request a printed check if I could, just to see the color, ink width and flawless sweep of the signature that Pilot makes with one of its own pens.
Take a moment out of your day to drink in the beauty of the collection. It turns out that you can bring Harmony to your life without yoga, meditation or a sensible diet and wellness regimen. Just pick up these pens. Tell the shopkeep that the Drudge Retort sent you.
And now you know the rest of the story. Good day.
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