Uni-ball Signo UM-151 Gel Pen - 0.38 mm - Red

Uni-ball Signo UM-151 Gel Pen - 0.38 mm - Red

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Uni-ball Signo UM-151 gel ink pens, also known as Signo DX, are known for their smooth writing and exceptional ink quality. And, to everyone's delight, there is a sea of colors and tip sizes to choose from. Find the perfect pen for any task, whether it's writing meticulous notes, marking your calendar, or decorating your scrapbook with colorful captions.

Everything about this pen, from its solid construction to its carefully-formulated ink, ensures a wonderful writing experience. The sturdy tip does not bend or break, even with heavy-handed use. The pigment-based ink flows smoothly and is waterproof, fade-resistant, and feather-resistant. Much of that is due to special viscous properties of the ink. The ink is viscous while in the barrel, but as it passes through the pen tip during writing, the viscosity drops. This results in smooth ink flow. Immediately after it hits the paper, the ink returns to its viscous state, which prevents feathering. You are left with beautiful clean lines that you can enjoy for a long time!

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The pen leaks ink, which...
October 20, 2015
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The pen leaks ink, which gets on my hands. Am I doing something wrong?
Best pen ever. ...
July 8, 2015
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Best pen ever.
Just a great pen....
July 7, 2015
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Just a great pen.
Great Pen so far....
June 14, 2015
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Great Pen so far.
My favorite pen. I use...
September 17, 2014
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My favorite pen. I use this for just about anything. I will edit technical drawings, write notes for changes, etc. I will even sketch out some smaller jobs with it. The red really stands out, and is really the only universally acceptable color besides blue/black. It is the universal sign for "this needs fixed, or this is important." The thin crisp lines are perfect for a multitude of different tasks. Part of me wants to ink up a fine Metropolitan with some Platinum Pigment red, or Noodler's Fox. But why mess with a good thing?