|25 January 2013, 11:00 PM||#61|
Join Date: Dec 2012
Real Name: Sandar
Watch: Rolex datejust
|26 January 2013, 01:42 AM||#62|
Join Date: Jan 2009
Real Name: Leo
Location: Park Forest Il.
Watch: GMT-II 16710 PEPSI
Take it easy.....Leo
SS GMT-II 16710 PEPSI(Z-serial#)
THE ONLY DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MEN AND BOYS IS THE PRICE OF THE TOYS!!!
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|28 March 2013, 05:34 PM||#63|
Join Date: Jul 2010
Real Name: Jim
Watch: Rolex 16710 GMTII
A fine selection inthe Boheme. I bought a MB rollerball (161) when I was still in medical school a number of years ago. I eventually graduateed to the Legrand (162) a little bit later. I used to think the ballpoints were low rent and I looked down upon them or some time. That is until I decided to buy one (164) and found for me they are the most efficient and compact during day to day patient care. There's no risk of dropping the cap on the floor from frequent capping/uncapping (I've dropped my share of MB caps on the floor and damaged them). That being said, let me give a few pieces of advice.
1. Don't be afraid to try new pens. You might be surprised how much you like the feel or look of a pen once its in your hand. Pictures and advertisements can deceive.
2. If you go with the ballpoint, get the broad (B) tip refill. It flows easy, feels good and looks good writing too.
3. Agree with above. Never hand your pen to a stranger or someone that doesn't appreciate it. They'll drop it or damage it. Be sure and carry with you in your white coat or scrub top what I call a "scrub pen". When a patient asks to borrow your pen to write something down then hand them the "scrub pen". Potential damage averted.
4. Realize that during training and practice that pen will be in and out of your shirt/coat pocket. Take care.
D O C
ROLEX 16710 GMTII Pepsi "P"
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