Pilot Choose Gel Ink Pen - 0.7 mm - White

Pilot Choose Gel Ink Pen - 0.7 mm - White

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The intense competition between Japanese pen manufacturers produces a joyful new innovative product line every year. The best traits of gel pens have been carefully selected for the Pilot Choose line. LIke the Uniball UM-100 pens (you'll notice that the two look suspiciously similar) the ink flows very smoothly and comes in a multitude of vibrant colors. Like the Uni-ball Signo Broad line, the Pilot Choose ink is waterproof and fade resistant. Lastly, the pens are bargain priced, practically labeled with the color names on their caps, and are made of 73% recycled plastic!! The 0.7 mm line includes the rare ink colors of silver, white and gold, all three of which show up on dark colored paper.

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It's not easy to find...
January 4, 2011
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It's not easy to find pens which actually work in the intense drawings I make moving the pen under computer control (see http://mlyon.com for examples of my work) -- 9 out of 10 pens stop writing long before the ink supply has been exhausted and that can be very frustrating!

The Pilot .7mm White Gel Ink pens draw and draw until the last drop of ink has been used. They're also pleasantly semi-opaque -- they develop intense whiteness only after several layers have been laid down -- they're perfect for my work and I'm very pleased!

Excellent! Now, if I could purchase only the refill cartridges, it would be an almost perfect world! :-)
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I'm not gonna use any...
April 24, 2012
I'm not gonna use any other white gel pen after this. It so far has been the smoothest and thinnest line I've found so far and I've tried at least 4 other types of white gel pen. Sadly they are SO hard to find!!
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This was good til I tried...
November 30, 2010
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This was good til I tried the uniball white ink pen. Ink was a bit on the thin side. If u go over same spot twice, the think will b uneven. I wanted this for a replacement for using white-out because I wanted a more precise and small tip to white out tiny mistakes in my drawings. But this one's ink doesn't completely cover my mistakes. So now I use this for making my black lines appear gray for affects and backgrounds by using this pen right over the black lines that I want to appear grayish.
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When it works it works...
April 13, 2015
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When it works it works great, but lots of these white ink pens seem to feel clogged or you need to clean the tip regularly with your finger. I haven't seen many that are used rigorously with textured or repeated overlapping lines work very well. It becomes more of a broken line type of work. Perhaps if you work a little more patiently then maybe the lines come out more smoothly. This one is far better than the other white ink pens from what I have noticed.
I had bought this pen...
December 9, 2014
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I had bought this pen with high hopes of a rich creamy white but alas it came with a semi-translucent shade. Although my disappointment didn't last long when I found a great use for it for light highlights or really popping up my art work. It isn't as strong as I would have liked but it gets the job done.It looks especially beautiful over dark back grounds and for fine details. My only concern is that when using this pen over charcoal or a medium with dust it tends to stop and sometimes produce a darker color but a simple wipe of the tip gets rid of it.. after multiple times over the medium. Overall, I am satisfied with this product, I am using it as we speak.