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Uni Whitia Correction Pen - Blue Body

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Uni Whitia Correction Pen - Blue Body - UNI CLN250 1P.8
  • Uni Whitia Correction Pen - Blue Body - UNI CLN250 1P.8
  • Uni Whitia Correction Pen - Blue Body - UNI CLN250 1P.8
  • Uni Whitia Correction Pen - Blue Body - UNI CLN250 1P.8
  • Uni Whitia Correction Pen - Blue Body - UNI CLN250 1P.8
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Finally, here's a correction fluid that's functional AND cool looking! The Uniball Whitia is retractable, stylish and in a pen-shaped form for extra precision.

Model NumberUNI CLN250 1P.8
Shipping Weight0.52 oz

7 people found this helpful
  Disappointing! I decided..., July 28, 2011
By emi... - See all my reviews
Disappointing! I decided to try this out, thinking that many of the complaints would be user error, but no matter how I experimented with it, I couldn't get it to work in a way that was useful. Plenty of correction fluid comes out when I press gently, but it comes out somewhat erratically -- it takes a moment to start, then gives a thick blob of white-out, then thins out a bit, difficult to maintain a steady flow. It's also very thick, raised quite a bit from the surface. As others mentioned, using this pen WILL dent the surface of standard sketchbook paper -- in order for the white-out to flow, you have to use enough pressure to push the little ball tip back into the pen, and even before the pressure is great enough for fluid to emerge, it dents the paper. The tip also clogs after each use, requiring cleaning between uses, sometimes midway through.

Application challenges aside, the greatest problem with this pen is the correction fluid itself, which really reduces this pen to junk for me. I might have been able to use it for whiting out larger areas in drawings, but unfortunately, once dry, the semi-gloss white-out fluid DOESN'T TAKE INK. All of the pens I tried -- including ball-points, Pilot Pocket brush pen, Zebra sign pens, and others -- would bead up on the surface, some barely leaving a line at all. The beaded ink on top of the white-out doesn't seem to dry, smearing and wiping right off even after 20+ minutes. Totally unusable.

I also purchased the Uni-Ball Signo to use as a correction pen. In contrast, the Signo covered black ink lines cleanly, dried slightly more matte, remained much flatter on the surface, and after dry, took ink well from all of the pens that I tried. It didn't cover *quite* as opaquely white, but it's easy to go over thinner spots a second time with this one. The one real advantage of the Whitia over the Signo is that the Whitia is water-proof, while the Signo will come off with water.

Regardless, I highly recommend the Signo over the Whitia. It's cheaper, too. 380

If anyone knows of a white pen as usable as the Signo but also waterproof -- I'm all ears!
2 people found this helpful
  i LOVE this pen it works..., May 29, 2009
By hulajohnjv - See all my reviews
i LOVE this pen
it works so well
perhaps the people below are complaining because u hav to lightly press the pen when you use it
but that is obviously to be expexted for any white out pen
1 person found this helpful
  Yeah I have had two of..., August 27, 2008
By talkative_blair - See all my reviews
Yeah I have had two of these.........and with both, the liquid didn't come out.....well not well at least!
1 person found this helpful
  This white out pen is..., December 15, 2010
By x3n... - See all my reviews
This white out pen is great! You just have to lightly press the pen when you use it. I would have given it 5 stars, but the liquid is kinda too thick for me.....I would totally recommend it though!
1 person found this helpful
  it totally didn't meet..., September 24, 2009
By Justineo-.- - See all my reviews
it totally didn't meet my expectations.
But no doubt, the aesthetics is great. But the main function of correcting my mistakes....nope.....