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Bic Is Prasad’s Pick When It Comes To Writing

With all the writing instruments available these days, should you want a tidy pen you can depend on BIC says Fiji National University student Ashneel Prasad. The 23-year-old who studies
12 Jan 2018 11:00
Bic Is Prasad’s Pick When It Comes To Writing
Ashneel Prasad shopping for BIC pens at the Newworld supermarket on January 10, 2018. Photo: Nacanieli Tuilevuka.

With all the writing instruments available these days, should you want a tidy pen you can depend on BIC says Fiji National University student Ashneel Prasad.

The 23-year-old who studies civil engineering at Samabula said the bic pen is literary everywhere and selling at affordable prices.a

“It is found, in just about every hotel rooms worldwide, not to mention any other place where you might find a desk or writing space that’s available to the public, the pen is literary there,” he said.

“It delivers a smooth, effortless, distinct flow, perfect for heavy-duty and is of an everyday use. If the pen is guilty of any shortcoming at all, that it’s not refillable, but that’s certainly not a big deal when you can buy a pack of 24 for about the cost of a pack of gum.

“You won’t be surprised by running out of ink mid-sentence because this is the pen with the translucent barrel, you can see exactly how much ink you have left and know when it’s time to reach into that package for a new one.”

He said he have been using bic when he was ten-years-old and a first ink pen bought by his parents.

“I have been using bic since I was in Year 5 and was a first pen that was bought by my parents, since then I have been using bic pen and I feel comfortable in writing with it,” he said.

“I call the pen my lucky charm because every time I use bic pen during my exams, I pass with flying colours,” he added.

 

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