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September 7, 2007
I just received a black...
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I just received a black and a blue 0.25mm slicci pens. They write more smoothly than the Pilot Hi-Tec-C 0.25mm pens and they are far sexier looking ^_^ Another review noted that the HiTecC seemed to draw a thinner line. I found this to be true. I would guess the Slicci line is about 0.015 broader. But compared to the UniBall Signo DX 0.28mm, the Slicci definitely draws a thinner line. If you want the thinnest line possible, buy the UniBall Signo bit 0.18mm. I have used all four products mentioned, and I have enjoyed using all of them. I intend to buy Sliccis in the future...

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October 30, 2014
This was a trial to see...
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This was a trial to see how small of a tip I would like. The bigger sliccis are awesome, but for my uses, this is a little impractical. I have big hands, so this is overall not good for writing for me

July 8, 2014
OMG best gel ink pen...
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OMG best gel ink pen ever. Since December I've abandoned the exploding-ink Pilot G-2 and purchased several Hi-Tec C, Signo, and Slicci pens in varying tip sizes. The .25 Slicci is my jam. Pretty much floats on the paper, provides unbelievably smooth writing experience. Those who prefer a wider barrel would be happier with a Signo as these are definitely on the narrow side, but I take pages of notes for homework and haven't had a problem with soreness or fatigue that's unique to this pen. I'm on the site right now to buy another Slicci or five, and you should too.

June 5, 2012
Just received this pen...
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Just received this pen and while it writes very smoothly for ultra fine tip pen, I purchased it to replace the Uni-ball Signo bit 0.28 mm pens that I have grown to love. While the tip appears to write quite nicely, the pen is very thin. I much preferred the thicker body of the Signo Bit and the rubberized insert on the holding surface. Unfortunately, Uniball decided to discontinue the 0.28 mm blue Signo Bit so I need to find a replacement pen. I will use the Slicci until it runs out of ink (not worth returning) but I don't see myself purchasing anymore.