The uni-ball Signo 207 gel pen has valuable features for use in check writing, legal and financial transactions, and important documents and records. Our product review finds it is a good choice for notaries.
uni Super Ink for Fraud Prevention
The uni Super Ink, made from exclusive pigment-based ink, forms an indelible bond in paper, for intense coloration and document security. Because the ink bonds to the paper, it resists fraud by criminals attempting to erase and change a signature or tamper with other document information using chemical check washing.
Acid-Free Ink for Archival Records
The uni Super Ink formula is acid-free, making it suitable for archival storage of paper records. It should be used with acid-free paper, documents and notary journals for the preservation of archived paper records. Ink containing acid may fade over time, especially when exposed to light. Paper containing acid may turn yellow over time.
Since notary records must be stored and preserved for many years, archival ink and archival paper should be used, with records stored in a secure, controlled environment.
The pigmented ink is also water-resistant, protecting against smearing if a document gets wet.
Other uni-ball Signo 207 Pen Features
The uni-ball Signo 207 is available in several point sizes: ultra micro 0.38 mm, micro 0.5 mm, medium 0.7 mm and bold 1.0 mm. There are 8 ink-color choices, including black, blue, red, orange, pink, purple, light blue and light green. Refills are available. Plunger color matches ink color. The uni-glide gel-ink system delivers no skips, blobs or smears. Semi-translucent barrel provides a visible monitor of remaining ink supply level.
The pen has a sleek, distinctive, contemporary style with a plastic body and black rubberized textured grip for comfort and control. It has a metal pocket clip and a retractable conical stainless steel tip, with no loose cap to use or lose. The rollerball in the tip is made from tungsten carbide. The medium 0.7 mm model delivers a 0.4 mm line width. Pen dimensions: length 14.2 cm/5.6 in, diameter 11.5 mm/ 0.5 in, weight 0.35 oz.
It is made in Japan by uni Mitsubishi Pencil Company, founded in Tokyo in 1887.
The pen is readily available at major retailers, office supply stores, drug stores and online stores. Cost is about $1 each in multi-packs.
uni-ball Signo 307 Pen Features
A newer version, uni-ball Signo 307, with a medium or micro point, features revolutionary gel ink in 3 colors that provides a superior, skip-free writing experience on virtually any paper surface, including glossy paper.
Business Promotional Marketing
It is a nice quality pen and may be imprinted with a company name and logo as a thank you or giveaway promotional marketing item to business prospects, clients or customers. The imprint area is 1/2″ high x 1-3/8″ wide.
Online customer reviews for the pen are highly favorable, mostly 5 stars, with many longtime loyal fans. Medium point 0.7 mm is recommended for normal use with documents.
Tips for Removing 207 Ink Stain from Clothing
Avoid contact with clothing. Do not store in a shirt pocket, or add a plastic cap.
Step 1 – Use household ammonia* and water (*1 teaspoon of ammonia per gallon of water). Add an enzyme-type detergent, such as ERA Active Stainfighter or Tide Liquid Coldwater. Or try an enzyme-type stain remover.
Step 2 – With an old toothbrush, scrub stain. Rinse with warm water.
Dry Clean Only Garments
Take the item to a commercial dry cleaner who employs a “spotter” and advise dry cleaner that the stain is a pigmented, water-based ink.
We recommend the uni-ball Signo 207 gel ink pen for check writing, legal, financial and medical documents and records, and for notaries.
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[Last-Modified Date 2017-03-12] add content, ink stain removal