Unbelievably good. In fact, I’m currently using it as my daily, workhorse pen.
It’s that good. My normal daily pens are an Esterbrook and a Lamy, and to say that a pen which
cost me only a few bucks can rival those pens as my daily one is saying quite a
I was hesitant on ordering a disposable pen but thought I’d try one to reach
that free shipping discount. Why pay for shipping when I could get a pen
I find that, while I usually use the F nibs of Japanese normally, I actually
flipped this one to use the top part of the nib to write with. The ink flow and
width are perfect for me, and the ink is a bold black-blue. It’s mostly black
with an outline of a deep royal blue.
The size of it is also great. This pen needs to be capped when in use, and I
find the length of it to fit the profile of my grip perfectly. It’s strange how good this disposable pen is. I don’t care to throw it away
until the nib becomes dull.
A versatile white-out pen. Got this pen primarily to act as a more precise
white-out and it works--at least with specific inks and colors. For now I’ve been working with J. Herbin black ink on a Black n’ Red
notebook. While I usually just cross mistakes, I thought I’d give a few some
I used the pen and it was a fine experience, though, because of the nib I used
to write the actual text, I had to go over the original error a few times as the
Uni was slightly thinner. Still, it covered it just fine, though part of it was
still a little visible through the white ink.
Wonderfully strong with good amount of ink at an unbelievably fine point. This
is the thinnest point I’ve used so far on a pen and probably will be since I
tend to be a very heavy writer and am afraid of breaking just this point.
One of my favorite pens. Uniball makes some excellent commercial writing
utensils, and their pens are no exception. It’s the perfect size without being
too small, and now I have to get the rest of the colors!
Great pen. Too bad they don’t make this one anymore, or at least it’s no
longer in stock. I tend to write with 0.5mm points, but sometimes I like 0.3mm for margins and
finer writing. 0.4mm is a great compromise for liquid pens, and is somewhat rare
at the same time.
Works great, though maybe it could use a better grip. I’m using it right now
on my California pencil and it works charmingly. The teeth have a nice grip, and
now I’m able to use my pencils comfortably to the very end.
It’s a little expensive for what I consider quality, as it’s pretty light
and almost flimsy, but the grip does get the job done. I just wish there were
some rubber grips on it.