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  The pure pink color is..., March 5, 2014
By jac...
The pure pink color is a pink with a touch of blue so it looks like a pink with a tinge of purple, noticeably different from pink (fluorescent w/ touch of orange). Baby pink is more of a bright strong pink, not at all pale or light.

The pen itself I love. For writing quickly and smoothly for an extended time period, I prefer the .38. The .28 is good for smaller writing and is actually preferred for margin writing on coated textbook paper or underlining texts.

I prefer Signo UM-151 pen for continuos writing due to the comfort grip and sturdier conical tip when I apply more pressure compared to .4 Hi-tec-C pen. H-tec-C 's with grip are better for smaller yet clear and precise writing when calm. I also keep the non-grip .4 hi-tec-c pens in my stash for the unique colors that aren't available in the signo.
  Comparing to baby pink,..., January 25, 2012
By ryo...
Comparing to baby pink, it's color is darker & chic.

I found 0.38 mm is the most comfortable & precise pen tip. Pure pink ink does not smear, & it dries very quickly. (Green Black, Red & Orange ink smears badly...) This "pure pink" ink stands out beautifully when it is combined with Signo Blue Black & Light Blue. I don't like using Red & Black ink on white paper, since its contrast hurts my eyes : (
  For histology drawings,..., November 21, 2011
For histology drawings, for biology or anatomy classes, this is the pink (Pure Pink) you need. I teach Biology and recommend this one to my classes. The Uni 151 Violet and Blue go best with this pink (Pure pink).