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Uni-ball 64538 Signo UM-153 Broad Rollerball Pen - White
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Uni-ball Signo Gel Pens
The Signo Gel range is made up of a wide variety of high quality gel pens ranging from the retractable 307 for every day writing, to the metallic and sparkling ink pens, suitable for arts and crafts. Whatever your handwriting style, whether you are decorating a card or simply writing your shopping list the Signo range has the right pen for you.
The Signo Gel Range
Uni-ball Signo 307
This pen is designed for speedy writing - like note taking. Featuring a rubber grip and smooth gel ink for comfortable writing.
Uni-ball Signo Gel Grip
All of the benefits of the 307, but for those who prefer a cap.
Uni-ball Signo Gel Impact
This pen is bold. Extra thick writing line for large handwriting.
Uni-ball Signo Gelstick
With a wide range of vivid colours, this pen is suitable for arts and colour coordinated notes.
Signo Coloured Gel Pens
Coloured, metallic and sparkling gel ink pens, suitable for arts, crafts and card writing.
Uni Super Iink
Signo Gel pens contain Uni super Ink, which is fade resistant, water resistant and tamper proof*.
*this does not apply to metallic and sparkling coloured pens.
The History of Uni-ball
In 1887 a man named Niroku Masaki started a small company making pencils in Tokyo. Almost 100 years later in 1979 the first uni-ball rollerball pen was created.
Its quality and writing performance made it an instant hit in Japan and America. Fast-forward another 15 years to 1994 and the eye rollerball that Uni-ball is now known for was created. Since then it's popularity has continued to grow, making it one of the UK's most popular rollerball pens.
One of the ideas from the uni-ball team in Tokyo is the Signo TSI erasable pen. It's heat sensitive ink turns transparent when you use one of its two erasers, allowing you to correct your mistakes.
Niroku's original 10 man Masaki Pencil Manufacturing Company was rebranded Uni Mitsubishi Pencil Company in 1952; it employs over 3500 people and it's uni-ball pens are sold in more than 100 countries around the world.
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Unless... unless you only have the ONE white writing job to do. In which case this pen is great - it gives a solid white line that covers deep blacks and dries to a very faint raised white crisp edge on lettering.
But it only does it ONCE - on the first use.
After that, the ink/pigment/gel dries behind the roller (and on the outside too, but you can scrape that off with your fingernail) and forever FUBARS the nib.
No amount of cleaning will get it back to that first beautiful use - it will be patchy and jumpy (as you move on the paper it's trying to zig or zag as bits of dried 'muck' work their way loose.
All you get, after that first beautiful line, is a patchy white line with a clear centre and 'bitsy' outlines.
£3 to remind me to never buy one of these Signo Whites ever again, a little expensive but a lesson learned.
But - if you do have that one single use then this is a good pen to use... just don't bother trying to use it a second or third time, it WILL bugger up your artwork.
Use is once then throw it away... better yet, don't buy it in the first place, my Sakura Soufflé is still going strong after multiple uses.
Realistically - practise with some Titanium White acrylic (a small tube will do) and a rigger brush - draw your own lettering with the brush. Hell, even using your finger is better than this piece of rubbish pen.
It scratches off if you go over the top after the ink has dried.
AND IT IS AMAZING! Really smooth to write with, and comes out so clearly, and very opaque so it shows up beautifully on coloured backgrounds :) buy it buy it buy it!
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Writes on anything and covers up my little mistakes. Brilliant!