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The Ooze Slim Twist Pen has been our best-selling vape pen for years. The original device always gets the job done, but why not crank it up a notch!?

The Twist Slim 2.0 has all the best characteristics of the 1.0 generation, with a bunch of new features and a sleeker design. We guarantee this will become your daily driver!

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The Twist Slim Pen 2.0 Upgrades

Longer Battery Life

Pulse Wave Technology

2 Charger Ports

Auto Shut-Off

Sleeker Design

Auto Draw Function



How to Use Your Twist Slim Pen for the First Time

1. Register Your Twist Slim Pen & Activate the Warranty
Find the authentication code at the base of the device & fill out our Warranty Registration Form to activate your warranty.

2. Turn it On
Click the button 5 times to turn it on. The device will shut off automatically after 10 minutes of inactivity, or you can click the button 5 times again to turn it off.

3. Attach Your Cartridge or Attachment
Screw your 510 thread pre-filled oil cartridge or wax attachment onto the top of the pen. The pulse wave technology will buzz to let you know the cart & battery made a connection.

4. Select Your Voltage
Use the flex temp dial on the bottom to select your voltage. We recommend always starting at the lowest temperature and slowly turning the heat up as needed.

5. Run a Cycle of Prep Mode
Click the button twice to start a cycle of Prep Mode, where the battery light will flash for 15 seconds without holding the button. This gentle heat cycle will clear any clogs in the cartridge!

6. Take a Hit & Catch a Vibe!
Press the button down and inhale, or skip the button and just take a rip! The Twist Slim 2.0 is equipped with the auto draw function so using the button is optional.

Your Twist Slim Pen 2.0 Questions Answered!

Can I Still Buy the Original Slim Twist Pen?

Of course! The Slim Twist Pen has been our pride and joy for years, and we’d never turn our backs on the OG. The Slim Twist Pen 1.0 is still a rockstar and is still available on our site.

Check out the vape battery that started it all, and add an original to your collection if you don’t already own one. You can never have too many vaporizer batteries laying around!

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How to Charge the Ooze Twist Slim Pen?

Each Twist Slim 2.0 includes an Ooze Smart USB Charger! This 510 thread charger has built-in safety features to keep your new pen working properly for years to come. Screw it onto your battery, plug it into a wall adapter, and it will reach a full charge in 1-2 hours.

You MUST use an Ooze charger every time you charger your Ooze pen! Learn more about why ours are the best, and why using a non-Ooze charger will immediately void your warranty.

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What Voltage Should I Set My Vape Pen To?

We recommend starting at the lowest voltage whenever you attach a new oil cartridge or attachment to your pen. The Twist Slim 2.0 has a new flex temp range that starts at 2.0V. This helps prevent the cartridge coil from burning & produces more flavorful hits. Terpenes express their flavors at lower temperatures! For dab attachments, a higher voltage may be better for vaporizing the concentrates. Start low and slowly increase the temperature one flex temp dial notch at a time. Learn more about your device’s flex temp feature!

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Why is My Twist Slim Pen Blinking Green?

When the light on your Twist Slim Pen just flashes at you when you try to take a hit, you most likely have a connection error between the device and your cartridge. We have some tips for solving this connection issue and how to make your Ooze pen stop flashing.

Learn about how to clean your Twist Slim Pen and keep it working properly whenever you reach for your vape. Our blog is full of tricks and instructions for proper vaporizer maintenance!

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Microsoft Surface Slim Pen 2 review: neat and clever but needs more support

Our Verdict

The Microsoft Surface Slim Pen 2 is a neatly designed and unique stylus that enables you to get more from your Surface device. The flat shape is unusual but is comfortable, the pen is accurate and customisable, and overall a joy to use whether you’re creating art or doing everyday tasks. The best feature is the use of haptic feedback to replicate the sensation of drawing on paper and more, but it only works on a selection of apps.

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  • 4096 levels of pressure sensitivity
  • Haptics create a physical sensation
  • Designed perfectly for Surface devices
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  • Not every app supports haptics
  • Strokes can feel inconsistent

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My drawing stylus box is littered with discarded pens, so can the Microsoft Surface Slim Pen 2 stay in use and not be pushed aside? The easy answer is yes, but the longer response is a little more nuanced.

There’s no denying Microsoft Surface Slim Pen 2 is one of the best stylus pens around for drawing and writing with; this stylus features some eye-catching tech, including 4096 levels of pressure sensitivity, haptic feedback to simulate paper texture and response to your actions, as well as a unique flat ‘carpenter pencil’ design that feels comfy to use.

But not every app makes use of every feature and function, and you’ll ideally need a Surface Laptop Studio or a Surface Pro 8 to use it. Other older Surface devices work too and the stylus may work with some Windows 10 and Windows 11 PCs but you may find limited support. 

In my review I tested the Microsoft Surface Slim Pen 2 using a new Surface Laptop Studio on apps including Concepts, Sketchable and Rebelle 6 with mixed results. Read our ‘How we test and review on Creative Bloq’ guide for a general overview of our process.

  • Microsoft Surface Slim Pen 2 (Black) at Amazon for £74

The Microsoft Surface Slim Pen 2 is a flat and fat design similar to a traditional carpenter pencil (Image credit: Future)

The Microsoft Surface Slim Pen 2 is unique in comparison to other stylus pens as it is a flat, thick design that fits between the fingers nicely. I personally don’t get on with the slimmer stylus, such as the Samsung S Pen and Apple Pencil 2 (controversial?) but I do like the bulbous shape of the Wacom pens. So Microsoft has a third way with its Surface Slim Pen 2 and I find it really nice to use.

There’s design logic behind the Microsoft Surface Slim Pen 2 shape, and that’s so it can be hidden away when charging, either into the secret slot in the Surface Pro Signature Keyboard case  or below the ridge of the Surface Laptop Studio. The downside is the Microsoft Surface Slim Pen 2 doesn’t come with a charger, and honestly I had a moment of head-scratching as I tried to figure out how to charge it (you can buy a Microsoft Slim Pen Charger, too).

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Aside from the shape of the Microsoft Surface Slim Pen 2 there are three main visible features, the small and narrow nib, a side button that emulates the right-click of a mouse and the end button used as an eraser (it can be programmed too).

The real design magic happens inside the stylus where we get standard palm rejection, pen tilt and 4096 levels of pressure sensitivity alongside haptic feedback – this is where the Microsoft Surface Slim Pen 2 feels unique, as it replicates the sensation of drawing on paper and gives a little ‘buzz’ when tapping menus, but not all apps work with it.

Using the Microsoft Surface Slim Pen 2 is a joy

The Microsoft Surface Pen 2 works great with the Concepts app on a Surface Laptop Studio (Image credit: Future)

I’ve already mentioned the haptics inside the Microsoft Surface Pen 2 and this is the stylus’ best feature; it means you can feel the menus as you tap and get a sensation of ‘tooth’ as you draw on a smooth screen, which feels like tiny vibrations from the nib. There’s a degree of pen pressure sensitivity here too, so the more I press down on the screen the more it vibrates.

The use of haptics is fantastic and makes the Microsoft Surface Pen 2 a really nice stylus to use for digital art. The shape too makes it easy to use in long runs of creativity, though I did find myself adjusting the pen between my fingers more than I have done with a regular drawing tablet stylus, such as those from Wacom and Huion.

One note on the design: the eraser button at the rear of the Microsoft Surface Pen 2 is flatter and fatter than the small button you find on other styluses, such as the Apple Pencil 2, and it did take a little getting used to.

The shape of the Microsoft Surface Slim Pen 2 won’t be for everyone but I found it comfortable to use (Image credit: Future)

I tested the Microsoft Surface Slim Pen 2 using the Concepts app to doodle and sketch and found it a nice stylus to work with. It handles lineart well though some strokes can feel less consistent from thin to thick tapering – Apple Pencil and the Samsung S Pen certainly perform a little better here. This wasn’t such an issue in Rebelle 6 where you can get granular with the brush settings and overcome any downsides you may have with the pen (apps such as Clip Studio Paint and Photoshop enable you to tweak brushes in detail too).

I mentioned the haptics earlier, and this is the Microsoft Surface Slim Pen 2’s best and worst feature, in some ways, as it is fantastic but only if the app you’re using supports the feature. Many art apps don’t, and in this case, such as Rebelle 6, it can feel less impressive.

More apps are integrating haptic support for the Microsoft Surface Slim Pen 2 though, for example at launch Concepts didn’t but now does. Sketchable does support haptics, and this is a nice digital drawing app, and first-party apps such as Word are compatible, as you’d expect.

Should you buy a Microsoft Surface Slim Pen 2?

The Microsoft Surface Slim Pen 2 is impressive and ideally suited to Microsoft’s Surface devices (Image credit: Future)

If you own a Surface Pro 8 or Surface Laptop Studio, or are considering buying one, then you should absolutely get the Microsoft Surface Slim Pen 2. It’s a smartly designed stylus with some unique features as well as a clever design.

This is a good stylus for digital art but also a handy tool just to tap through menus and web browsing. The only downside is not every app makes use of the haptic feedback technology inside the pen, but there is more support coming regularly. The apps that do support haptics, such as Concepts, are excellent.

If you are considering getting a Microsoft Surface Slim Pen 2 then I’d also recommend picking up a Microsoft Surface Dial to go with it, this gadget can speed up your workflow and works best with a stylus.

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Microsoft Surface Slim Pen 2

The Microsoft Surface Slim Pen 2 is a neatly designed and unique stylus that enables you to get more from your Surface device. The flat shape is unusual but is comfortable, the pen is accurate and customisable, and overall a joy to use whether you’re creating art or doing everyday tasks. The best feature is the use of haptic feedback to replicate the sensation of drawing on paper and more, but it only works on a selection of apps.

Ian Dean is Editor, Digital Arts & Design at Creativebloq, and the former editor of many leading magazines. These titles included ImagineFX, 3D World and leading video game title Official PlayStation Magazine. In his early career he wrote for music and film magazines including Uncut and SFX. Ian launched Xbox magazine X360 and edited PlayStation World. For Creative Bloq, Ian combines his experiences to bring the latest news on AI, digital art and video game art and tech, and more to Creative Bloq, and in his spare time he doodles in Procreate, ArtRage, and Rebelle while finding time to play Xbox and PS5. He’s also a keen Cricut user and laser cutter fan, and is currently crafting on Glowforge and xTools M1.

how to choose a beautiful and comfortable ballpoint pen

Contents

  • Rating of the best writing pens
    • Bic
    • Berlingo
    • ErichKrause
    • ProEcoPen
    • Beifa
    • Brauberg
    • Centrum
    • Pilot
    • Buro
    • Faber- Castell
  • The most beautiful pens in the world
  • How to choose the right pen

A ballpoint pen is a utilitarian item that has practically replaced fountain counterparts. It is convenient, inexpensive and does not require refueling – in a word, continuous advantages. However, our comfort and accuracy of writing depend on the quality of the pen.

We have compiled a small rating of ballpoint pens that are optimal in terms of price and quality. It includes the most popular models of eminent manufacturers, writing with traditional ballpoint paste, gel and oil ink.

We tried to objectively evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of each model, and it’s up to you to decide which pen is better for you or your child to write!

Rating of the best writing pens

There are a lot of objective criteria for choosing the best writing ballpoint pen, and they can be both objective (convenience of design, line quality, durability) and subjective, that is, based on personal preferences.

Therefore, in our rating, only the most popular ballpoint pen companies with worldwide names are mentioned. It is possible that in each country there are local manufacturers that produce products with no worse qualities than those of world brands.

Bic

Leading our impromptu TOP of comfortable writing pens is the immortal Crystal, owned by the transnational corporation Bic.

Bic Cristal pens were created in 1950 by French engineer and entrepreneur Marcel Bic. In fact, these are the first mass-produced ballpoint pens. More than 70 years have passed, and Crystal remain unchanged – the design is very successful!

The original Cristal is available in a transparent case, which allows you to visually control the consumption of ink. The color of the cap and plug is identical to the color of the ink. The pen is very cheap, but it writes excellently, and the rod is enough to draw a line 3 km long. There are holes on the cap. Pens are produced with different diameters of tungsten balls and, accordingly, line thickness.

Another successful development of the company is the Orange Grip. The case of this model is transparent, but with a pleasant orange tint. It has a rubber grip for comfortable writing.

Berlingo

The undoubted hit of this manufacturer is the Berlingo Skyline handle. This slim writing pen is suitable for both an office worker and a primary school student. The 0.7mm diameter nib guarantees fine lines and is suitable for any style of writing. Proprietary patented Smart Ink technology uses reduced viscosity ink to produce a perfectly smooth line, but even at this consistency the ink does not bleed.

The Berlingo Metallic Pro pen is disposable, refills cannot be changed. But the very stylish design combined with the three colors in metallic shade, the discreet price and hassle-free writing make up for this shortcoming.

The ColorZone automatic pen captivates with its well-thought-out geometry and a variety of colors for the barrels. There is a convenient clip for fastening, push-button feed of the rod works seamlessly.

ErichKrause

Among the most famous brands of ballpoint pens, one cannot fail to mention the glorious name of ErichKrause. Its products are known all over the world.

The iconic R-301 Stick is the epitome of the brand. It comes in four colors (cap and plug match) in a durable transparent hexagonal housing for easy ink control. The model is very successful, but there are problems with the assembly.

According to statistics, at least 300 people in the world die every year from asphyxia caused by swallowing pen caps. Therefore, eminent manufacturers are trying to provide caps with holes that provide air flow.

The same company produces cool pens for children under the ErgolineKids brand. They involve writing a very thin line of 0.35 mm and downright velvet writing, which contributes to the development of good handwriting. Bright design, ergonomic rubberized grip with notches for fingers, uncompromising strength, lack of a cap (push-button refill) and, accordingly, a much higher price.

ProEcoPen

Check out the unusual ProEcoPen writing ballpoint pens. The manufacturer (by the way, Russian) rightfully calls them eco-pens. The company’s products are made from recycled products: old juice and milk bags, the remains of toothbrushes and other products made from artificial polymers.

Despite the “secondary” origin, ProEcoPen ballpoint pens have a very decent performance. The case is rounded, quite ergonomic, but for a younger student it is a bit thick. Smooth writing is ensured by the oil system from Pilot – only the cases are made from the secondary, which, by the way, gives them a rather interesting texture.

Beifa

This is the product of a Chinese brand that produces the widest range of stationery. The manufacturer from the Middle Kingdom is certified, which provides a fairly high quality bar.

Perhaps the most popular pen of this brand is the simple and cheap Beifa 927. It is very light and comfortable to grip, the grip area has anti-slip ribs. The line thickness is 0.35 mm, the writing unit is of good quality.

The evolution of the basic model is the more presentable Beifa AA 960A, designed specifically for office workers. And if you need even thinner and more elegant lines, you should choose Nanoslick New TA 3176-BL, which writes with oil-based inks.

Pens of this brand have an optimal ratio of price and quality, but the characteristics of Chinese plastic sometimes cause criticism. He’s fragile enough. For an office worker, this moment is not particularly important, but for a student it is better to choose something more durable.

Brauberg

The focus of this brand is ballpoint pens in the middle price segment. Most models are ballpoint pens with automatic push-button refills and superior oil-based inks. All models are distinguished by excellent ergonomics and impeccable writing quality.

The bright and stylish Brauberg Super stands out among the best designs. The rod is interchangeable, with a standard tip that provides a perfect line with a thickness of 0.35 mm. The grip area is rubberized with perforations, there is a convenient clip and an elegant chrome-plated tip.

Among the more presentable models stands out the incredibly stylish Orient, packed in an original perforated case. She writes with a needle tip and patented oil-based ink.

Parents of schoolchildren are recommended to pay attention to a series of curly pens of the most bizarre designs: “Tools”, “Cars”, “Flowers and Fairies”, “Dogs” and so on.

Centrum

Perhaps the most popular development of the transnational concern Centrum is the affordable and reliable PIONEER: a transparent plastic case, a cap and tip in the color of the ink, a fairly long and soft glide.

If you need something more comfortable and presentable, you can pay attention to the OPAL line. These are already comfortable automatic grips of an ergonomic configuration with a streamlined rubberized grip, quite stylish and, at the same time, inexpensive.

Now Centrum produces a wide range of not only traditional but also gel pens in a variety of colors. Among them, the undoubted leader is the inexpensive, but very high quality Plasma. For the more discerning consumer, we recommend the excellent Nice oil ink pen.

Pilot

The stationery of the Japanese concern Pilot has been known all over the world for over 100 years. At the moment, cool pens with various types of writing substance are produced under this brand: from classic paste to biopolymer ink.

The company’s engineers have hundreds of patented technologies. Pilot writing systems are widely used in the production of other brands of ballpoint pens.

The most popular among consumers are inexpensive, but very high-quality pens of the Super Grip and Dr. Grip, writing with classic paste. They are very stylish and elegant, with a rubberized grip and sophisticated ergonomics.

If you’re looking for the longest, softest writing possible, consider the innovative oil-based inks (BPS-GP range). The gel pens of this manufacturer also attract attention: no one else has such an assortment of colors (up to “metallic” and “neon”). And Hi-Tecpoint BX liquid ink pens allow you to write seamlessly in any position, even on walls and ceilings.

Buro

This company is primarily engaged in the production of office equipment and PC accessories, but its range also includes very worthy writing instruments.

The most popular are classic ballpoint pens in transparent plastic cases. They write softly enough, leave a good line of medium thickness, fit well in the hand. There is nothing extraordinary in them, but the combination of excellent quality and a very affordable price captivates.

Faber-Castell

Meet the products of the oldest writing instrument manufacturer in the world: the history of the German company Faber-Castell dates back to 1761!

Pencils and pens from a renowned manufacturer are not economy class products, but the quality is exceptional. Relatively affordable options include the gorgeous Poly Ball XB with a push-button mechanism and a clip. It comes in five colors with a surprisingly ergonomic body. Poly Ball XB leaves a fairly thick, but flawlessly clear line, regardless of the nature and position of the surface.

Faber-Castell N’ice is sure to appeal to fans of stylish and original writing utensils. The streamlined brass body has an original icicle shape, which gives it a recognizable exterior. Complementing the picture of perfection is a very reliable swivel mechanism and a clear line of the parker rod.

The most beautiful pens in the world

Almost every manufacturer, in addition to standard consumer writing utensils, offers the consumer very beautiful pens for writing in a higher price segment.

An interesting option is the recently introduced ballpoint pens from Xiaomi. They cost about 2-5 dollars, they are produced in stylish discreet colors a la metallic. Quite a worthy option for a frequent writer: Swiss refills, Japanese ink, a reliable rotary mechanism – everything is great.

Beautiful writing pens are available from almost all the brands mentioned above. Everyone knows that Parker makes the coolest pens in the world, but you should not think that other manufacturers have given up hope of catching up and overtaking the venerable leader.

If your requests for ballpoint pens are above average or you are looking for a worthy gift for a person with good taste, you can pay attention to the elegant creations of the French brands Waterman, S.T.Dupont, and Montblanc, the Italian leader Montegrappa, the elite Swiss Caran d’Ach.

For people with a delicate taste and patriots, the magnificent collections of pens from Streltsov (they are practically eternal and indestructible, because they are made of titanium, with hand engraving) and stylish works of art from SOKOLOV are most suitable.

If you want to impress, but the budget is small, you should look towards the elegant Pierre Cardin pens: firstly, this is a big name in the fashion world, and secondly, the pens from the eminent French House look much more expensive than they actually cost .

How to choose the right pen

There are hundreds of reputable companies around the world producing thousands of lines of cool ballpoint pens. In fact, choosing a good pen is not difficult: we take a well-known manufacturer, open the pages of the catalog with pens of the middle price segment – and voila, we take the first one that comes across! Believe me, if this is not a marriage, then the quality will surely satisfy you a hundredfold.

However, you also need to consider your own goals, which can be different. So, choose a pen for:

  • Preschooler. Pens with rather thin bodies, with a rubberized grip or a full body are optimal. At this age, it is important to awaken an interest in learning, so you can choose a model topped with a car, fairy or other character.
  • Schoolboy. Firstly, it is necessary that the pen writes well, and secondly, that it fits well in the hand. For younger students, models with fully rubberized bodies and notches for a comfortable grip are ideal. However, keep in mind that writing materials for schoolchildren are consumables, so you can buy a pack of cheap pens without any bells and whistles and give them out as needed. For homework, you can save something more ergonomic and expensive.
  • A lot of writing person. Office workers, teachers, doctors write a lot, so the pen should be very comfortable for the hand. A rubberized grip is highly desirable. It is better if it is a pen with a push-button or rotary mechanism and a clip – the caps are always lost, the rods get dirty and dry.
  • Reception. For all sorts of “public places” two options are relevant. The first is a large pack of simple pens, which will be placed as needed: visitors will certainly take them with them. The second option is a special desktop pen with a fixed holder and a spring cord.
  • Manager. In this case, saving is definitely not worth it. At home, you can write even with a simple pencil, but in public, solidity and respectability are required. Here – only pens of a high price category. If the original luxury brands are not available, you can find a decent copy.

Most models are not left or right hand oriented. However, some manufacturers already have pens specifically for left-handers and right-handers, with cases of the appropriate configuration.

It is impossible to find the perfect pen for everyone: everyone has their own budget and needs. But it’s definitely not worth buying the cheapest pens from dubious manufacturers: nothing is more annoying than a writing utensil that suddenly “stalled” at the most crucial moment!

Pilot BL-GC4 fine gel pens for drawing (black, blue)

Introducing the unique creation of PILOT – capillary pens of the BL-GC4 series. There is nothing superfluous in them, but there is everything that a really high-quality pen requires. Firstly, when they were created, a technology patented by the manufacturer, Hi-Tech Point, was used. Its essence lies in the unusual design of the writing unit. A tungsten carbide ball is mounted on the tip of a stainless steel assembly. The knot itself has 3-4 additional holes, which increases the speed of rotation of the ball. Due to this, the ink is heated, their fluidity increases. The result is smooth, crisp lines.

The BL-GC4-L pen is an ultra fine writing product. The stroke width is only 0.2 mm, which is a kind of record for general purpose gel and capillary pens. The ink color is blue. Vitreous plastic body. The cap is equipped with a transparent clip. The nose of the pen is made of metal, which increases the strength of the product. In place of the finger rest, the case has a corrugated molded pattern that will not allow the pen to slip out.

The composition of the ink deserves special attention. Biopolymer gel ink is the author’s development of Pilot and has the following characteristics:

  • do not penetrate the sheet through;
  • dry quickly after writing the text, while in the rod their service life is much higher than that of analogues;
  • are non-toxic.

In addition, PILOT is actively involved in environmental protection work. So, the company uses recycling technologies and even released a pen, the design of which reminds others of environmental issues. The pen itself, by the way, is completely made from recycled materials and has an attractive appearance.

Here you will find both BL-GC4 models, replacement rods for them, as well as a large number of other Pilot products.

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  • Paste/ink color

    blue, black

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