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Uni-Ball Gel Impact Roller Ball Pens combine bold, smooth writing with contemporary barrel design. The rubber grip provides comfort and control, and the gel ink delivers permanent, vibrant color.
The point is a 1.0 mm (0.04") ball. Uni-Ball Gel Impact Pens contain notoxic ingredients, and conform to ASTM D 4236.
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Best pens ever
By Carol the Hat Lady
from Sun City, Arizona
Comments about Uni-Ball Gel Impact Roller Ball Pen:
These gel pens are great for signing photographs, dark colors and many art projects. I have ordered before and will order again. I love these pens. Wish they would go on sale of have a new offer.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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My granddaughter requested this pen for Christmas. I tried it and love the way it writes. I should get one for myself.
Great product for signing your art work!
By Artist CJV
from rual DC VA area
I use this pen in the silver and gold to sign my art. I works on just about every service and lasts forever!
feels great while using
By Sarah, the calligrapher
from Selma, AL
Writing with these pens is a breeze. Such a smooth and consistent flow.
By Filler of Notebooks
from Somerville, MA
These are excellent. The white is, perhaps, the best pen or marker applied white I've encountered so far--perfect for mixed media work. Ditto the gold and silver: opaque and easy to apply--no sudden blots of ink (so far) no sudden stoppages of ink flow. So far they've written on all of the paper and paper related substances I've tried them on. Have not experimented yet with wet media or fixatives. I'd definitely recommend these.
Just what I wanted
By Juan Ton Tomatoe
from Lander, Wyoming
Basically, there isn't any other products I could find that was low acid and I like the colors. It is the only pen that I want to sign my photos with.
Uni-ball Impact bold white and gold ink
from Jayuya, Puerto Rico
this items is most used by my family to highlight words, for touching up drawings. The color and the width is perfect. Thanks Uni-ball and this company for providing this pens. The price is cheaper than what I have found in Amazon,
By The pen man
from North Hollywood, /CA
Have been using these pens for years ... very reliable, once in awhile there would be some duds but that's to be expected. Wish there was there was a bigger discount since I buy about 4 or five dozens every month or so.
The Pens I've been Looking For!
from Wine Country, CA
I use the gold and white pens for greeting cards. They put out a nice solid line while letting me get the detail I'm looking for. Have been looking for a gold pen of this quality for some time and am excited to have found it; but the white pen is also extremely useful and has good, opaque ink.
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Wonderful Dependable White
By Cindy in SD
from Black Hills, South Dakota
I love this pen! I just ordered two more, and the gold and silver (hopefully they won't be too, too metalic)I use it over Copic marker paintings. The white is hard to save and impossible to get back, and I was about to dispair of finding opaque white pens that would actually write. The next step would have been gesso on a brush, but this is much, much easier. I keep a sheet of scratch paper nearby because sometimes I do have to clean the nib by writing on a blank sheet of paper. But it works consistently. Occasionally I might have a hit and miss line. Usually that's a good thing, but if it's not I just go over it again. I can even get a glow by smudging with my finger or a tissue immediately after applying the pen. It has to be done perfectly to keep it from being chalky, but with practice it works. What's more, I find that (on my surfaces) if I've applied too much white I can scrape it back with a sharp knife -- either completely removing it or making it a finer, more delicate mark. Do not mark over this stuff with your expensive art markers. Or if you simply have no choice, make sure you clean them immediately with a tissue or on a clean sheet of paper! The fine tip art pens are especially vulnerable. I'm hoping the gold and silver will work for a gray and yellow that don't need toning down. Usually I like the stark white, but sometimes it's too much. Other pale, opaque colors would be most welcome.
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Tags: Copic, Using Product, Signo Uni-ball
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