Uniball 0.7mm pens - pack of 5 in black reduced from £13.50 to £4.17 @ amazon / Dispatched from and sold by DLM Direct.
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Uniball 0.7mm pens - pack of 5 in black reduced from £13.50 to £4.17 @ amazon / Dispatched from and sold by DLM Direct.

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Found 26th Mar
Decent pens at less than a quid each.

A pack of Blue is at £4.17 for 5.
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The History of uni-ball:

In 1887 a man named Niroku Masaki started a small company making pencils in Tokyo. Almost 100 years later in 1979 the first uni-ball rollerball pen was created.

Its quality and writing performance made it an instant hit in Japan and America. Fast-forward another 15 years to 1994 and the Eye rollerball that uni-ball is now known for was created. Since then it’s popularity has continued to grow, making it one of the UK’s most popular rollerball pens.

Niroku’s original 10 man ‘Masaki Pencil Manufacturing Company’ was rebranded ‘Uni Mitsubishi Pencil Company’ in 1952; today it employs over 3500 people and it’s uni-ball pens are sold in more than 100 countries around the world.

Product Description:

The Eye Fine Ballpoint pen has been the world’s favorite rollerball ink pen for 20 years. It is filled with Uni-Ball Super Ink, an advanced ink formula that bonds to paper fibers. It is resistant to chemicals that wash dye-based ink from checks. Super ink is also fade resistant, water resistant, and acid free. The ballpoint pen has a unique ‘Uni-Flow’ system that ensures ink flows consistently to give you a smooth writing experience down to the last drop – so there’s no need to worry about the pen jamming or ink suddenly running out. It writes with a bold, 0.7mm nib to create a fine, 0.5mm line that will work great for note taking or general writing. A stainless steel tip with a tungsten carbide ball ensures that this ink pen will never break when you need it the most. The capped top stays put and ensures that this pen will never leak in your pocket. Blue ink in a pack of 5.
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Hitler was a Uniball....
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Original Poster
I also liked the free history lesson courtesy of Amazon.
They are superb pens but Ive simply got too many as it is !
suchitmehta719 m ago

Cheaper on eBay …Cheaper on eBay https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/112876356403?var=&ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1558.l2649


For the sake of 4p you'd be daft to bypass Amazon for ebay (Its went up 2p oh....that makes a big difference, mind..... (lol))
Edited by: "PhilK" 26th Mar
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suchitmehta742 m ago

Cheaper on eBay …Cheaper on eBay https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/112876356403?var=&ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1558.l2649

Make sure you spend that 4p you saved wisely....
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PhilK24 m ago

For the sake of 4p you'd be daft to bypass Amazon for ebay (Its went up 2p …For the sake of 4p you'd be daft to bypass Amazon for ebay (Its went up 2p oh....that makes a big difference, mind..... (lol))


It’s now 6p... amazon have changed their price. How dare they! Almost enough for a 1995 Freddo
Hitler was a Uniball....
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holeymoley181 h, 16 m ago

I bought the pack of 12 for £9 yesterday. …I bought the pack of 12 for £9 yesterday. https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B000SHQAWM/ref=dp_olp_new_mbc?ie=UTF8&condition=new


Nice find
elizalambert31845 m ago

Hitler was a Uniball....


The other was in the Albert Hall.
suchitmehta72 h, 16 m ago

Cheaper on eBay …Cheaper on eBay https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/112876356403?var=&ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1558.l2649


By the way.That ebay one isn't for 5 for the looks of it. Theres no mention I can see for 5. And the description is describing it as a single
Oh - and it's £4.30 now
Edited by: "PhilK" 26th Mar
elizalambert31855 m ago

Hitler was a Uniball....


Nah, he wasn't. Just our Tommies having a laff at his expense. He WAS the one who named the orange drink "Fanta" though (created in Germany) and the assault rifle - both names stuck
I don't suppose these pens are indelible?
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Kulaak21 m ago

I don't suppose these pens are indelible?


I’ve never eaten one
batezy_19847 m ago

I’ve never eaten one


Me neither, to put it another way will these write on shiny surfaces like plastic or glass without smudging/wiping off
Edited by: "Kulaak" 26th Mar
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Kulaak55 m ago

Me neither, to put it another way will these write on shiny surfaces like …Me neither, to put it another way will these write on shiny surfaces like plastic or glass without smudging/wiping off


No mate these will smudge. They dry after a while but no good for quick work
Original Poster
Now £4.17....
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