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uni-ball Roller Pens, Micro Point (0.5mm), Black, 12 Count
36.21 SAR
  

uni-ball Roller Pens, Micro Point (0.5mm), Black, 12 Count

by  Uni-ball, Stationery -

36.21 SAR 

+ 20.98 SAR Saudi Arabia Delivery
International Product from Amazon.com. Ships from and sold by Amazon Global Store US.
Main Features:
  • Dependable, free-flowing writing the moment the pen hits paper
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PRODUCT INFORMATION

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    Specifications

    Brand
    Uni-ball
    UPC-A
    638084834251
    Item EAN
    2724582506795
    ASIN
    B00006IE8P
    Color
    Color
    Black
    Weight & Dimensions
    DG
    DG
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    Description:

    Writes as smoothly as a fountain pen, without the mess. Archival quality and acid-free ink provides neat, accurate lines. Attractive black matte finish with strong, long lasting metal clip. Stainless steel tip. Specially-formulated to become trapped in paper, helping prevent check washing and other

    Writes as smoothly as a fountain pen, without the mess. Archival quality and acid-free ink provides neat, accurate lines. Attractive black matte finish with strong, long lasting metal clip. Stainless steel tip. Specially-formulated to become trapped in paper, helping prevent check washing and other document alteration. Special Ink Type: Dye-Based Pen Style: Stick Ink Colors: Black Pen Type: Roller Ball.

 

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  • DO YOU HAVE CRAPPY HANDWRITING?
    By Melissa B. on 28 October 2015

    Everybody has their favorite pens, these are mine. Odds are you've used these before, not only do they look ordinary (lessening the odds of someone keeping it in my experience!) but the fine tip (micro point) makes my handwriting a million times better. Everything looks clearer without the thicker lines and dragging of wider tip pens. They last for a long time and always look professional in a shirt pocket or bag. Just make sure they're the micro point because the wider ones seem to skip around on the paper and look a bit sloppy, seriously it is a night and day difference between those and these. Please never stop making these! :)

    *** Did you find this review helpful? I hope so! Let me know if you have questions by using the comments section below ***

    58 people found this review helpful

    Published on Amazon.com

  • THEY SKIP SO MUCH
    By Lindsay S. on 14 June 2018

    I'm seriously so disappointed in these pens. The reviews made them seem so great and I was so excited to use them, but they just didn't deliver and I honestly don't know why the reviews were all so positive. I'm a bullet journaler and I've never really cared about pens beforehand. However, with bullet journaling, you have to write pretty small and the 0.7 mm pens weren't working for me any more (because small letters were more difficult to read/they would often skip), so I decided to try these 0.5 mm pens. THEY SKIP SO MUCH AND IT DRIVES ME CRAZY! I have to write so slow and go over each letter at least twice every time I write, which can make the writing look funny when you're trying to write fast and you don't retrace well. This especially seems to be the case in my bullet journal, which is the whole reason I bought these pens. I'm using a Lemome dot journal (in case you want to know the type of paper), which honestly kind of sucks, but that's a whole other story... It does get a bit better when you write on sticky notes. I've attached a picture of my normal sized, bullet journal sized, ideal bullet journal size and speed, and a sped up bullet journal writing on a sticky note, as well as bullet journal sized writing and faster version on the bullet journal to show you the differences (please excuse my terrible handwriting). On the sticky note, you do still see skipping, especially with smaller writing, but it's not too, too bad. However, on the bullet journal paper, the skipping is unbearable. Some of the letters aren't even completely there if I don't retrace them (specifically the "s" in my picture). It's seriously annoying me to the point where I'm going to have to buy new pens. I tried to return them after I bought them, but it was during finals so I missed the return window. :(

    If anyone out there has any advice on a different pen I should buy, PLEASE let me know in the comments! I really need a fine point pen (I've even been looking at 0.2 mm and 0.3 mm pens lately), that doesn't skip, and a retractable pen would also be nice! Seriously, let me know...

    12 people found this review helpful

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  • I'm now a pen snob
    By Brennan Johnson on 11 December 2016

    At first, these pens look and feel somewhat cheap, but they're probably the best pens I've ever used. Why?
    -The ink. You can write on a piece of paper, let it dry, then soak the paper. The ink won't run. That's definitely not the case with the vast majority of other pens. It's for that reason that I bought these for my lab notebook in grad school, and now I use them pretty much exclusively. In fact, it irritates me to use other pens.
    -Precise, thin lines
    -Far more reliable than typical ball points. Finally, a pen that I can just pick up and write with without having to scribble around on the edges of my paper first!

    Lefties take note:
    My wife is a lefty and doesn't like these pens because apparently "they feel scratchy compared to typical ball-point pens". She went on to explain that lefties push pens while righties pull, and that these pens aren't very nice to push with. Not being a lefty, I can't personally comment. As a righty, they feel good to me.

    30 people found this review helpful

    Published on Amazon.com

  • The skipping is a little better if you're writing on a pad instead of hard ...
    By Herbert J. Ward on 21 October 2017

    They skip. Once the line starts, it is OK (ie, continuous). But, for about 40% of the strokes, the first 2-4 mm is about half intensity.
    If you developed a habit of starting each stroke with a little dot, you'd be OK. I tried to return them, but this particular item is non-returnable. I tried three of the twelve pens. I tried laser printer paper and regular notebook paper. The skipping is a little better if you're writing on a pad instead of hard surface, but not much (20% instead of 40%). This is the last time I buy Uni-Ball pens.

    12 people found this review helpful

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  • Favorite pens for over 2 decades.
    By Rhonda on 26 June 2018

    These pens have been a favorite of myself and my husband for over 2 decades. Probably about 10 years ago, the formulation changed so that they wouldn't be as water soluble (not quite as good as the originals for ink drawn artwork), but still write every bit as smoothly. Amazon's add-on price currently far beats what you'll find in stores that carry these. These pens last quite a while, and don't "dry up" like some similar type pens if you forget to put the cap on... though they do need their cap, unlike ball point pens. (I don't think they last quite as well as 2 decades ago, though...maybe the quantity of ink is reduced from back then.) We prefer the MICRO point, which I think is much easier to write with. I've only used the FINE point a couple of times when bought by accident. Neither my husband nor myself like those ones.

    NOTE: Some people have complained about uniball pens skipping or flooding. I personally have not experienced any issues with these pens. HOWEVER, these pens do have a "life" of max about 2-3 years, meaning I have pens that old, some of which still work just fine, but some that have been sitting in a drawer for ages may skip or dry up a bit. So I imagine maybe some people got "old stock" rather than newly produced pens. I saw one person's example of a pen flooding (photo looked like it was written with a fountain pen) and wondered if theirs was fake. I don't know, but over 2 decades, we have not had that experience, so I think if you have issues with the ink, seek a replacement.

    3 people found this review helpful

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