Average Customer Review
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I just received a black...
, September 7, 2007
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...
OMG best gel ink pen...
, July 8, 2014
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
Just received this pen...
, June 5, 2012
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