Uni-ball Signo 207 BLX Retractable Gel Ink Pen - 0.7 mm - Brown Black

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DescriptionSpecifications
The BLX collection of Uni-ball Signo 207 gel ink pens features intriguing dark colors created by infusing black ink with color. The pigment-based ink bonds permanently with paper, resulting in strong colors and document security. It is resistant to chemicals that can wash away dye-based inks, thus preventing check washing (a common method of check fraud). The ink is acid-free, water-resistant, fade-resistant, and of archival quality. You will also enjoy a comfortable writing experience, due to the textured grip.

Dimensions: 5.6 inches length, 0.4 inches diameter (14.1 cm length, 0.4 cm diameter).

Model NumberSANFORD 1837932
Weight0.4 ounces
ManufacturerUni
Body Color Brown, Black
Body Material Plastic
Clip Material Plastic
Clippable Yes
Color Set No
Diameter - Grip 11.2 mm
Diameter - Max 11.2 mm
Grip Color Black
Grip Material Rubber
Ink Characteristics Fraud Prevention
Ink Refillable Yes
Length - Extended 14.0 cm
Length - Retracted 14.2 cm
Mechanism Retractable
Pre-Installed Ink Color Dark Brown (Brown Black)
Tip Length 4.0 mm
Tip Material Metal
Tip Size 0.7 mm
Tip Type Conical

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Customer Reviews

This pen is my new favorite...
January 6, 2014
This pen is my new favorite for use with a Moleskine. The ink flow is buttery-smooth, but the .7mm point still allows for my medium-smallish handwriting to be legible. The brown/black is easy on the eye, with more brown than black. I find this tint is quite a bit more readable than than the true black pens I usually use, such as the Pilot precise V5. But this ink is incredibly slow to dry, slower than any other gel or rollerball I own. I imagine Lefties will have problems with it. I have resorted to using a 3x5 blotter card under my left hand to hold down the page of my pocket journal. But the pleasant tint and supremely smooth feel (on Moleskine paper, at least) are worth the hassle of slow drying ink for me.
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