With their Signo RT1 pen, Uni-ball unveils an innovative tip design. The tip is rounded and edgeless to reduce friction against the paper, resulting in a super-smooth writing experience. Mirroring that smoothness is the simple body consisting of a clicker with clip, and a rubber grip that blends almost seamlessly into the barrel.
Rapidly becoming a new favorite. I used to be partial to the Signo 207 0.5, but
this one is gaining lots of love. Even though it's finer, it's not less vibrant
and readable. And the body shape is actually less hindering. With typical grips
I find myself rotating the pen until it gets comfortable in my hand to start
writing. Since this one is a smoother shape 360 degrees and matches the size of
the rest of the body, I don't have to worry about that anymore. Also love how
the clip is attached to the button with a flat surface.
Basically, a very well-designed pen for fine-tip taste.
Love the mix of these two colors. The pink gives it more of an accent on the
black body. The 0.38 are a little more comfortable to write with than the 0.28
mm is. These are good for writing in small spaces.