While shopping at my local stationers for a new Rhodia notepad, I was given the Uniball Signo 307 as a gift for making a purchase. Those of you who are familiar with the Uniball Signo 207 writing experience will truly appreciate this versions ink flow and vibrant ink color. For many years, I have used the Uniball Signo 207 for writing checks because of Uniball's patented Super Ink. Super Ink is a permanent, fraud, water and fade resistant ink.
I have always enjoyed writing with the Uniball Signo 207, but due to the inexpensive plasticky feel, I have not placed the Signo into my daily rotation. The Uniball Signo 307 looks similar to the 207, but with a new carbon fiber design printed on the plastic. I have only used the pen for a few days and the print is already scratching off in some areas, which is extremely disappointing. Honestly, the Uniball Signo 207 provides a slightly classier look than the 307; however, the 307's writing experience is much more fluid and very similar to the Pentel Energel refill.
Let's face it, the Uniball Signo 307 is one of the best pens you can buy in big box office supply stores. It writes smoothly, is reliable, and the ink last a long time. What more can you ask for from a pen this inexpensive? For those of you who enjoy the Uniball 207 or 307 refill, but dislike the pen's body may try a little hack. Try the refill in a Retro 51 Tornado by trimming the end of the refill. The quality and weight of the Retro 51 combined with this refill is an absolutely amazing experience. Try it and comment below!