Bic Biro Reviews
Product Type: Bic in Homeware
Description:BIC manufactures and sells 24 million stationery products every day around the world. BIC is the world’s number one manufacturer of ballpoint pens and a leader in stationery products.
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Customer Bic Biro Reviews (39)
by - written on 08/03/08 (Very useful, 2923 readings)
As a writer, reviewer and teacher it's no surprise that unlike my colleagues who use Parker "Jotter" pens and expensive classy premium priced pens such as SHEAFFER who are now also owned by Bic, I still like to snap up the cheap, disposable pens which like my mobile phone (brick Nokia,) if it gets stolen, there are no tears to shed. Over the years there have been endless and oodles of companies who produce disposable pens, either from three of the best known companies around; Staedtler of Germany, Bic of France (who also make those dangerous disposal wet shavers) and Papermate from America. I know which company I prefer but their pens are becoming ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/09/13 (Very useful, 39 readings)
I don't know about you but my favourite kind of biro is the good ol' Bic. I remember when they cost just 19p each and we used to get them in packs of 4 and use them at school but we were only allowed to use black ink. Now that habit is still there and I usually stick to black but the Mrs sometimes rebels against this and buys blue too! I think I like these pens because they are simple. You know what you're getting. It's nothing super fancy, nothing elaborate or trying to do too many things at once and forgetting what it's main purpose is. Bic biros don't try and do two or three or even twenty three things at once but just are pens and that is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/03/12 (Very useful, 28 readings)
As a student using biro's everyday I am always in need of a good pen that wont run out, or break the bank. And, lending out your much needed pens to friends who have 'forgotten' to bring one of their own, usually results in the pens going missing. I tend to replace pens every month or so, and I have probably tried over 10 brands of different pens, including Supermarket basic ranges, to the more expensive pens. Bic is a well known company and from previous uses, I must say that have to be one of best pens I have ever used. Not only do they last a lot longer than your average biro, but the ink is of high quality, I have never once experienced blotchy writing or ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/08/11 (Very useful, 23 readings)
As an office worker I often find myself trying to solve the common mystery of WHERE DO DISAPPEARING PENS GET TO?! As a company, we must get through hundreds of these each year, but we only employ around 20 people. You can guarantee if you go on holiday you'll come back and every single pen you owned will be missing, so you'll be off for a trip to the stationery cupboard to re-stock. As a result of this, I think the Bic brand has kept its popularity over the years because it is so cheap and convenient, the pens do what you want them to without any gimmicks or unnecessary complications like everything seems to have these days. They have produced lots of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/04/11, updated on 25/05/11 (Very useful, 17 readings)
World famous, or at least I think they are, Bic for me are the benchmark of a good quality, reliable biro pen. I use these at home and at work and although we sometimes buy cheaper versions, these always feel more reliable and seem to last much longer. First made in the 1950's, the Bic Biro is one of the enduring images of pen making and is something we use both at work and at home regularly. The Bic Biro is a ballpoint pen, it is around 15cm long with a transparent hexagonal barrel which holds the main ink cylinder of the pen. It is made from plastic and is easy to break or chew, obviously neither are recommended and it is fairly sturdy ... Read the complete review
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