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|Pen Type||Gel pen|
|Point Size(s)||Micro (0.5mm), Medium (0.7mm) — Could only find assorted color set in Medium point 😦|
|Ink Color||8 – Black, Blue, Red, Green, Light Blue, Purple, Orange, Pink|
|Approx Price||~$1.70 for 1 pen. $13 for 8 color pack|
Uniball Signo 207 is a retractable gel pen that comes in 2 point sizes and 8 colors. The ones I own have no clear labels on them that tell me what point size they are. It is not until I dissembled one of the pens, read the part number off the ink refill and look it up on google that I figure out it’s medium point.
The pen is stylish and somewhat professional looking. (It’s a little more on the cute/edgy side.) The barrel is clear and slightly tinted to a dark shade, but you can still clear see the ink level. The clip seems well made (totally speculative as I don’t clip pens on anything.) The retractable “button” is quite interesting in design. It’s a color-tinted clear plastic covering a solid colored stick. Why did they design it that way? It’s not especially pleasing visually, yet it uses more material than a single piece of plastic. Don’t know, it’s not bad, just seems odd.
The grip of the pen is ok. The material used is good. There’s some texture on it which shows good intentions. But the texture is going in the wrong direction. Also, the grip is fatter than the barrel, which kills the control a bit for me 😦
Ink flow is quite good: consistent and smooth. It produces a very pleasant and fluid writing experience.
Overall a good pen, good weight and balance, good attempt at the grip, and very good ink flow.
|Nib/Ink flow||4/5 (fluid, consistent, smooth – I’m reserving the last point when I get to test micro point size)|
|Design/Looks||4/5 (good look for late-teens and very early twenties)|
|Grip/Balance/Weight||3/5 (grip material is good, bigger grip feels awkward)|
|Construction||5/5 (well made, should stand up to some wear and tear)|