| The ink doesnt erase...
, April 8, 2011
The ink doesnt erase all the way but the black is very pigmented; l would
recommend the pilot frixon if you want a pen that erases better!
| I love these pens. Smooth...
, December 10, 2009
I love these pens. Smooth to write with, nice dark ink. The erasable aspect is
fine, imo. It doesn't completely erase every trace of ink, but if I'm just
writing over the same space, I can't tell where I made the mistake unless I
really look. It does a lot better than most "erasable" pens I remember, and
better than I was expecting.
| I don't really like this...
, January 15, 2008
I don't really like this pen that much. When I try to erase the ink, i still can
see what i wrote. So it doesn't completely erase. So it didn't met my expertion.
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I purchased and tried...
This review is from Uni-ball Signo Erasable Gel Ink Pen - 0.5 mm - Blue
, June 24, 2010
I purchased and tried each type of erasable pen offered at JetPens (three
different Frixions, the Uni-ball Fanthom, and this Uni-ball Signo) and the
Uni-ball Signo was far and away the worst of the bunch.
It looks nice and it's convenient to have the eraser on the cap so you don't
have to remove the cap every time you want to erase, and it writes adequately
(-- not great, but adequate), but the erasability was very poor: the eraser only
served to fade the ink rather than erase it, and it was the only erasable pen
wherein the eraser wore down notably as you used it.
The other erasable pens (Frixions, Fanthom) actually are erasable, and I tried
mixing erasers and pens (using the Signo to erase a Fanthom, and using the
Frixion to erase the Signo, etc.), and found both the Signo's eraser and the pen
itself to be very poor at erasing/being erased.
Stick to the Frixions or the Fanthoms.
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I don't really expect...
This review is from Uni-ball Signo Erasable Gel Ink Pen - 0.8 mm - 8 Color Set
, February 13, 2011
I don't really expect a lot out of erasable pens and these are no exception. The
ink is watery and takes quite a while to dry. It seems more like liquid ink then
gel ink. Only when the ink is completely dry will it erase and even then, some
of the color is still left behind. Another thing is that after a while, the
writing on the page starts to smudge and fade away. This makes the pen even less
appealing for me. The only things I like about these pens are that they work on
every notebook I have (they don't skip) and the color is nice. Sometimes it
takes a bit for the pen to start up, but after that there're no problems.
Overall, these pens are okay, but you can do a lot better. They're currently my
last option when it comes to writing instruments.