Average Customer Review
5 out of 5 people found the following review helpful
I find the 0.38 mm version...
, August 18, 2010
I find the 0.38 mm version to be a sweet spot of fine, concise lines and ease of
writing. The blue black ink is a fantastic alternative to the usual black but
still professional in appearance to be used in a business setting.
4 out of 4 people found the following review helpful
This is the sweet spot....
, May 21, 2012
This is the sweet spot. The .38mm is not too thing or too bold. I found .4 to
be too thick and .3 to be too thin. 0.38mm seems to be the sweet spot.
Also, as far as the color, its just the right amount of blue where it doesn't
hurt your eyes but its enough blue to distinquish it from black.
Its the best!
2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful
The perfect everyday...
, March 21, 2013
The perfect everyday pen for jotting down songwriting ideas in my pocket Field
Notes. A great combo for remembering ideas, phrases, etc. rather than trusting
my memory or slips of paper. Great for journal books too, which I use to flesh
out lyrics. The ink flows fluidly smooth, lays down a nice fine line with no
scratchiness. I love these pens, almost as much as my fountain pens. Maybe more
because I use them everywhere.
I started with green-black; which still has not run out of ink, even though I've
used it every day for almost a year! I have since bought more; green-black,
blue-black, bordeaux-black and brown-black. The black ink tones down the colors
- they have become my signature pens. The only problem is that folks tend to
"borrow" them. But at this price I can easily afford to buy as many as I need.
BTW - As an old-school songwriter I really love to put pen to paper. I buy all
my writing tools from JetPens. You could say you guys rock, literally.
2 out of 3 people found the following review helpful
these pens are my pride...
, June 9, 2006
these pens are my pride and joy. ever since i accidentally stumbled upon one a
few years back, i was hooked......to the point where i absolutely refuse to use
any other pen. NO JOKE. my boyfriend thinks i have an unhealthy obsession with
the pens, but i gave him a set to test out and he seems to be secretly enjoying
them himself as well....=D
PEOPLE, you have to invest in one to see for yourself.
2 out of 3 people found the following review helpful
I love this pen! I first...
, March 15, 2006
I love this pen! I first purchased one of these pens while studying in Hong
Kong, and was impressed with the efficient, durable design. But when I got back
to the States, I couldn't find the pens or refills anywhere. I stumbled across
this site, and ordered a big box so I wouldn't run out again.
The tiny carbide steel ball (0.28 and 0.38 mm) means less ink is wasted compared
to the American Signo line. At the same time, it writes as smoothly as a regular
gel pen. My only regret is that I can't purchase them in bulk.
A good blue black is...
, September 12, 2014
A good blue black is hard to come by. This pen provides a really nice deep blue
black. Like all other uni-ball pens, this one glides smoothly (the 0.38 mm is
amazing) and the weight of the tip and body makes writing comfortable. Doesn't
feel like a fragile/poorly made plastic pen.
Best cheap pen on this...
, January 21, 2014
Best cheap pen on this site hands down.. such a pleasant writing experience and
the ink flows superbly. .38mm tip is definitely the sweet spot as far as tip
size for thin lines without any scratchy feeling. I wish they made refills for
this bad boy.
I am a pen fanatic especially...
, November 3, 2013
I am a pen fanatic especially those that are made in Japan when I was kid. Then
I rediscovered my love of gel ink pens when I purchased a set of vivid, vibrant
colors at Jetpens.com. So far the Uni 0.38mm blue black has been my favorite
while I use it for studying and at work. This pen is great because it is
comfortable with a rubber grip while I am writing, and it is smooth to write on
any paper. It doesn't smudge, leak and blot. This point is perfect. I suggest
you to buy the refills because it is cheaper rather than buying the pens. This
online store is cheaper by $0.15 or 15 cents compared to another Japanese
stationery store that I typically buy.
The Uni pens is made in Japan only carries the 0.28 and 0.38mm versions. The
colors were vibrant and you can tell the difference compared with the Uni Vision
Elite or Uni Needle (their black variant colors are more darker than the ones
sold in the US). The color palette of Uni signo pens have more vivid color
choices compared in the US.
I ordered five UM-151...
, October 10, 2013
I ordered five UM-151 pens, all 0.38 and of different colors. Out of them all,
the blue-black pen was the only one that wrote scratchily and skipped
consistently. I believe I may have received a faulty product.
For general office use,...
, August 14, 2013
For general office use, this is too fine for me. I really like a nice big bold,
easy to read line. So the .38mm Signo's sat in my drawer unused.
I had to edit some technical drawings by hand recently, then these really stood
out. They really do write exceptionally well, and leave a nice fine line. From
what I have read they are even waterproof. I left this five stars because they
do what they are supposed to do flawlessly.
Beautiful blue black...
, April 28, 2013
Beautiful blue black color and nice line thickness.
1 out of 2 people found the following review helpful
AWESOME! The absolute...
, February 8, 2012
AWESOME! The absolute best buy pen available.
I own many!