What's wrong with the ergonomics?
I don't like pens with largely cylindrical barrels, especially those with an exaggerated length-to-girth ratio, which makes the pen (sans cap) look elongated, irrespective of whether the pen is skinny or oversized.
I don't like overly slender pens. (There are one or two exceptions to the above, Lamy cp1 in black titanium oxide finish being one of them; that's my "super-pencil" which dispenses ink. I have the platinum-finished version as well, but I'm not a fan of it. My wife's Sheaffer Targa Slimline 1019s and HongDian Black Forest pens are barely usable to me, even though I find them beautiful and would have liked to enjoy using them more.)
I don't like smooth, glossy lacquer on metal barrels. It's not a matter of the heft of the pen, but that the weight presses something cold, hard and slick against the part of my hand on which the barrel rests, and I don't like that sensation.
I don't like glossy metal gripping sections. (The annotation in the photo above states that the gripping section is chrome-plated brass.)
I don't like threads on the nib end of gripping section.
Whether the "forged" metal clip on the resin pen cap would through it off balance is a whole another story. I don't usually post the cap on my pen when I write, but depending on the weight of the clip, it may make the balance of the cap itself feel weird in the hand.
The blind cap on this pen is also made of resin. I have no idea whether that will help or hinder the balance of the pen when the cap is posted.
p.s. Some of the commentary embedded in the images (but not particularly the one shown above) on the product listing is funny.
Edited by A Smug Dill, 05 August 2020 - 04:20.
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