There are worse addictions.....right?
I just ordered a batch of a bunch of pens and ended up getting the Signo .38 from MaiDo, a stationery store in San Francisco since JetPens was out at the time. They've got black back in stock since then I think.I am definitely enjoying the signo. I do wish it came in a cap-less version too.I have some Signo Gel RT 0.38 that are push-pens instead of capped at the office, and they're not bad, but slightly different and not as good as the 0.38 Signo DX (also -- my Signo from MaiDo is labeled just "Signo 0.38" isntead of "Signo DX" but it's an identical pen (I had a Signo DX a while back).Anyway, thanks for the blog, I enjoy it. Hopefully you can give a bit more feedback on the weights/feels of the pen itself or other random feedback too beside just the writing samples.
Great feedback Jordan - thank you so much! I'm fairly nitpicky, so including more of the "feel" type aspects in the reviews should be easy.I enjoyed your article on your blog - how do you like the Cavalier model of the Hi-Tec-C? I haven't bought one yet, but they look nice.
Before the Hi-Tec-C made #2, I believe this pen was your #2. I ordered a trio along with the Slicci.The feel of the Signo in the hand is nice, but I do not like it's feel on paper. I also have found they can get ink build-up on the tip while writing (which may be because I tend to press fairly hard).Overall, not a terrible pen, but I felt the Slicci was just miles beyond the Signo. I'll post under the Slicci with my one complaint about it.
I like this pen initially and ordered a bunch from JetPens in different colors. I have used better pens and ended up ditching this one...
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