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    Wow, you've been browsing the archives, haven't ya? This post i over one year old!!!

    Well, I'm back in Japan, i know how to write that sentence in correct japanese now and... I think that pilot high-tech-c have gotten cheaper .

    I'm gonna go back to lurking.
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    hahah yea, i used to get these pens for hwk and other things. The point is nice and fine that's why alot of people like to use it. But yea, these pen werent intented for art use, but it works great for concept arts like fengs.

    by the way, i have a kinokuniya store right next to where i live here, if anyone wants one i can buy some for you no problem.
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    haha, man this si old.
    new NEWS.
    they have hi tech c pens at student store art center of pascedena.

    i took saturday high there and they have them now for like 3.95 there. and there is also the 20% discount throughout the store..
    so i think the actually price for each pen is roughly $3.20. they have .3, .4, and .5.

    yeah, u don't have to be a student to get one.
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    what are som alternatives to this pen that i could possibly get at dick blick
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    Wow. I knew this topic would be resurrected someday.

    Anybody know if a place to buy these online has popped up yet?


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    ya, call the numbers at the top of this thread...you can mail order them
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    Mai Doe in Santana Row has them too if you live in or near San Jose
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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by whatyoumaydo
    Anybody know if a place to buy these online has popped up yet?
    Maybe someone who can read Japanese could peruse the Kinokuniya site and see if they're selling them online? It's here:
    Kinokuniya. This is the place I get them at here on the east coast.
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    Pilot Hi-Tec-C pens in Chicago

    FYI: another brick and mortar store where Pilot Hi-Tec-C pens can be found (Bookstore)
    Mitsuwa Marketplace http://www.mitsuwa.com/
    100 E. Algonquin Road,
    Arlington Hts., IL 60005
    (847)956-6699
    9:00AM - 8:00PM
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    http://www.spacylittlecowgirl.net/hitecc.php3

    hi... theres this site which does em for $3.25 ..........

    im in the uk so i wouldn't have a clue where to start my search. any alternatives you might recommend? I used to use a simple Bic Biro for a lot of drawings.. but the ink smears when i apply markers to it. At the moment I'm just using my slowly dying Sakura Micron liners and a magical 0.7 Staedler fineliner which has been going strong for over 5 years (obviously not used much )
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    3.25 is a total ripoff, I got a bunch of these for around a buck in taiwan this summer. They're wayyyy overcharging people for these pen... btw, dont trust the 20% off in art center's student stores, they make the price higher beforehand anyways. so you're not really saving any money. It's just more convinient for students since most of us dont want to drive to other art stores.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xHUNTERx
    3.25 is a total ripoff, I got a bunch of these for around a buck in taiwan this summer. They're wayyyy overcharging people for these pen... btw, dont trust the 20% off in art center's student stores, they make the price higher beforehand anyways. so you're not really saving any money. It's just more convinient for students since most of us dont want to drive to other art stores.
    If that's how you feel and if you can get these for cheaper, that's fine and dandy. Most stores are able to charge low prices for pens in general because they happen to sell other things. I don't happen to be a store - I just happen to be an individual who sells these pens online.

    Truthfully, I don't make anything selling these pens, as I purchase them from a local supplier. I only happen to be selling them because there appears to be a scarcity of them in North America. I have always stated that I will only sell these pens until they are widely available, IE: in most stationary stores. I also never have a very large supply, due to the fact that my supplier has to import them. So - If you have somewhere else you can buy these, please, PLEASE do.
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    Another good pen to try

    http://www.dickblick.com/zz218/13/pr...m=0&ig_id=6548

    http://www.jerrysartarama.com/discou...art-supplies/5

    If Hi-Tec Cs are hard to find in your area, you may want to try Nexus pens. They have only one width, but they come in different colors and the ink is waterproof.
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