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I really lucked out on...
July 4, 2009
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I really lucked out on my latest order from Jet Pens. I bought three different white pens in at attempt to find one I really loved as much as I love the Uni-ball Signo Broad UM-153. (In full disclosure, one of those three pens I bought was a Uni-ball Signo Broad UM-153. I just can't have enough of those laying around.)

I was very happy with the Pentel Hybrid Gel Grip Gel Ink Pen - and I'm equally thrilled with the Uni-ball Signo Angelic UM-120AC. Not quite as "pasty" as the Uni-ball Signo Broad UM-153 ("pasty" meaning bright white), this is still a great white pen. The only difference I can tell between the two? A line drawn with this pen isn't *quite* as white as with the 153. Does that mean I would hesitate before buying this pen again? No way! Sometimes you need a white that isn't quite as in-your-face as the 153. The line put out by this pen is just a hair thinner than a line drawn with the 153 - but really it isn't enough to notice.

If Jet Pens is out of the Uni-ball Signo Broad UM-153, or you're just looking to experiment with a different white pen, give this one a shot. It's a great pen and you definitely won't regret your purchase!!
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queenkatherine
This pen (like all the...
September 10, 2010
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This pen (like all the other angelic colors), is very beautiful,with a beautiful glass body and a beautiful, singular and opaque color. But, this pen is not for correction like some people think, it's a pen to draw or write in dark paper, so, when you try to use it for correction you won't get a good result, but that not the pen's fault anyway! You should try the Kokuyo bird correction, it has differents thickness, different colors and a funny shape. Or, if you want a cheaper option: Pentel petit-corre correction, it has differents thickness and differents colors just like the last one. But, if you still want a corrector with the shape of a pen, and, if you want a liquid correction, you can use: Uni-ball whitia correction, it's a cute and eficient corrector, you won't get disapointed!


Well, Uni-ball signo angelic colors white is a good pen! But it's not good for correction!

I hope I have helped you!
Thank you JetPens for good delivering!
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great pen, works very...
October 27, 2010
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great pen, works very good on epoxy resin. Has a little bit thicker line than the Pentel Hybrid gel pen. I will use both pens from now on, they are the best.
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wolfgangschweizer
perfect pen for white...
May 23, 2015
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perfect pen for white highlights!
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tsukikalynn
The ink works as well...
April 29, 2015
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The ink works as well as one would expect from a gel-pen, and is a good alternative to the more expensive gel-pens. I use it for highlights in my colored art, and does well to color over prismas and copics alike.
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I love the new fine point...
September 22, 2016
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I love the new fine point of this new white gel pen. I love to work on black paper with this. It is smooth and does not clog.
This particular Uni-Ball...
September 20, 2016
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This particular Uni-Ball Signo pen is surprisingly better than the UM-153. It clogs, just like the other Uni-Ball pens, but it does flow smoother than the UM-153. I was hesitant about using it, because I'm very particular about my white pens, but it proved to be a pretty good go-to pen. For touch-up jobs or just adding a little life into the eyes of characters, I recommend this pen.
CajunCajoleArt
Great color, no skipping,...
September 19, 2016
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Great color, no skipping, and used with the right paper, no bleed through!
grace.perrynj
Very nice pen. perfect...
August 29, 2016
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Very nice pen. perfect for writing on mat board
dssampson
I'm trying my hand at...
August 7, 2016
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I'm trying my hand at manga art and figured I could use a white gel pen for highlighting over dark or pitch black areas. I started with this one, at first hoping it would be a nice vibrant white that contrast black ink but it didn't show up as such at first. It took some effort just to instead lighten areas to a faint gray. But looking at how it turned out once I was done with my first try, it actually turned out pretty good.

So if you're looking for more of a lightener against black markers or something as opposed to a completely white result, this would do good.
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