I bought it from Cult Pens as usual with all my pen purchases (No I am not paid to say that, I wish I was, but I am not)
I went for the Pink colour.
The barrel says "Twinkling like stars" I got all excited when I read that and I was thinking, this will be the most sparkly pen ever. But it was not as sparkly as I expected!
I know the title says Copic Glitter Pens, but looking at the barrel of the pen it says Copic NO WHERE, so I am confused, it does say Top Marker Products a few times, but usually it has at least the brand on the barrel somewhere!
They are made in Japan, which means that they will be ultra magical (as Japan, Korea and China seem to come up with the best stationery!) so I was all set up for an AMAZING experience, you would think wouldn't you!
On the Cult Pens website it has an explanation behind the "at you spica"...
The pen revels in the name 'atyouSpica'! A sparkling piece of translated Japanese - although atyouSpica sounds like a heads-up to a Greek footballer, Spica is in fact a bright star in the constellation of Virgo and gives rise to the pen's slogan - 'Twinkling Like Stars!'.
Which is interesting....
It does not say as to the point of the pen, but at a guess I would say 1.00mm - 0.7mm?
Here is how it writes, I will let you all think about the sparkle before I say anything...
Not convinced it sparkles???
NEITHER AM I!!!!
There is a tiny hint of glitter if you look up close, maybe it gets glittery over drying time? I am not all too sure, I do love how it writes though, it feels so natural. I am planning on buying a Dark Blue and Black one to try using as normal pens as I feel they would be lovely for writing in my Filofax!
There is a hint of sparkle but not enough! So if you are buying these to sparkle don't expect too much, but if you are buying them for writing then do!!! You never know the other colours could be sparkier I AM HOPING!!! I will update you!