I love taking notes.
This is because I love writing and I love to learn. My wife is constantly complaining about the number of notebooks I purchase, and I have multiple shelves on my bookshelf that are full of journals and notebooks.
I also love pens (I mean I created a whole website about Pens!).
Over the years I’ve gravitated towards my favorite pens for everyday use. For the longest time, I swore by the Pilot G2 pens. I would usually get the fine or extra-fine versions (035, and 05). They wrote so smoothly, and they were very comfortable (even after hours of writing).
But then, somebody recommended I try the Uniball Signo 307. I’m so glad I did because this pen is remarkable. I haven’t purchased Pilot G2s in almost a year because of how much I love this pen.
Here is a writing test of a few of the 307’s I own, compared with a Pilot G2.
Uni-ball says the 307’s use a technology called nanofiber ink. On Uni-ball’s website, it says this technology is a plant-derived material called “cellulose nanofibers.” The technology allows for quick drying. It also helps the ink be evenly distributed when writing.
I don’t really know what this new technology is but I can say that it works. The best features of the 307 are the quick-drying ink and smooth writing.
So whether you are a student taking notes, or need to write notes a lot at your work consider the Uni-ball 307. It can be used for hours and doesn’t smudge. It also has a clean look.
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Pros of the Unibal Signo 207
- It doesn’t smear! It is one of the only pens I’ve used where I haven’t had smearing issues.
- The ink comes out smoothly and clean!
- This pen is ridcilous cheap, yet it writes like a more expensive pen.
Do yourself a favor and purchase some Uni-ball 307s.
Here are some of the 307’s and 207’s currently on Amazon.