The Angelic line from Uni-ball will take your art and writing to new heights! They write with the same beautiful consistency of the Uni-ball Signo Broad pens, but in a finer point. The 0.7 mm pens show up fantastic on dark papers (in fact they were created to be craft pens) and are ideal for any scrapping or wedding project.
Blue, green, orange, pink, red, violet, yellow, and white ink available.
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
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
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!!
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
Well, Uni-ball signo angelic colors white is a good pen! But it's not good for
I hope I have helped you!
Thank you JetPens for good delivering!
I have been using this pen for a few weeks, and I find it doesnt really preform
in the way that I want it to. The white colour doesnt seem bright, and I've
noticed that some times, over time, it start to suck colour and turn into a
lighter version of the colour underneath it, especially if I use it over
watercolours. The colour changing is also very inconsistent, so I never really
know what the outcome will be. I definitely want to get the other Uni-ball white
pen, and maybe the Sakura white gel pen as well, and try those out. This one is
A friend of mine recommended this to me because I was looking for something to
do detail highlights with. I usually get a different kind of gel pen, which i
like because the ink is really fluid in that one. this one is pretty good too, i
think the ink in this is better quality than what i've been using, but its
sliightly less consistent. the price of this is A+ though, so I will most likely
buy it again in the future.