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I didn't know what I...
January 27, 2011
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I didn't know what I was getting into when I added this pen to my cart, but it is the most spectacular shade of green that I've ever had in a pen. It's a bright shade of green, but it's completely readable unlike other green pens. The green of the body does not even hint at the great shade - which is different even from the Uniball Signo bit green. It also continues the joy of the 207 pens by writing smoothly.
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I've used this pen every...
April 17, 2013
I've used this pen every day for the past 2 years. The color is unmatchable to any other green I've found thus far. It's not quite lime-green, not quite clover, and it doesn't hurt to look at when you write with it. At my job we have to use different colors to distinguish us from our colleagues, and even if someone is using green, it never gets confused for mine. It's not the most comfortable pen to use, but it lasts till all the ink is gone.
Also, it's easy to spot :D
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I agree with the other...
July 20, 2011
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I agree with the other reviewer. The shade of green is very bright and cheery. Writes well, too!
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Works really well on...
November 3, 2015
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Works really well on my textured card stock. Would have preferred a much darker green, but that option doesn't exist. Yet. :-)
Aside from Zebra Sarasa,...
March 4, 2015
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Aside from Zebra Sarasa, Uni-ball pens are my favorite. BUT I loathe how quickly the pens stop working (ink flow become non-existent) from who knows what. It seems to be a more common trend with the traditional colors (Blue/Black) but nothing like a pen flowing beautifully and the time bomb goes off randomly, while you sadly see all the ink remaining with no option but to swap the cartridge.

Buy the pen body color you like and buy the ink cartridge for the colors you want/need.
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