The most versatile micro...
October 26, 2014
The most versatile micro gel ink pen with the least drawbacks. It has a plucky,
write anywhere, get-up-and-go quality about it, and it's the only pen I carry in
The Sarasa's most outstanding quality is it's consistency and versatility. While
some other pens may have sharper lines (Signo UM-151), or more vibrant inks
(Hi-Tec-C), the Sarasa's lines are sharp enough, its ink vibrant enough, and
it'll put that line down anywhere, on any paper, from the best Rhodia stationary
to the worst college looseleaf paper. Try saying that about the equivalent
size/color Signo UM-151.
And that's why I carry it in my pocket. It's certainly not the only pen I use,
but when I'm out and about, scribbling and jotting on random paper at awkward
angles throughout the day, I want a pen that will write well on anything,
without me having to think about it. This pen is smooth, reliable, and ultra
comfortable. It's my desert island pen.
The one major con? The ink capacity. It's pathetic. You'll go through three
times as many of these pens as any other. But will you care? Nope. Not one bit.