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With all the talk of discontinuation of the White Signo Pen I thought I would share the comparison I have done of the three white gel pens I have in my collection. Using each pen I wrote it's name and followed it by five white dots - each was done in the same manner so that I could figure out the differences from one to the next. In hindsight I went back in and wrote the letter e to test it against the pooling that occured with the Gelly Roll pens, this is not shown in the photo. Here is my analysis for what it is worth:
Signo pen - slightly shiny surface, very little "dimension", easiest to write small letters, (but I have been having trouble with my tip not writing and ended up having to rewrite this word several times to get it to come out "clean"). The letter "e" did not pool. One other side note is that I needed to write slowly with the Signo pen in order to get even covereage. Ink dries immediately.
Glaze pen - shiny raised surface, "dimension" similar to embossing, dots were super easy to create, I needed to be careful to not overload an area with ink, first writing came out charmed. You must allow for dry time with this pen.
Souffle pen - slightly shiny raised surface, "dimension" similar to embossing, dots were super easy to create, I needed to be careful to not overload an area with ink, first writing also simple. You must allow for dry time with this pen.
Analysis - I like them all - LOL! I can see a use for each. So as with any experiment your conclusion can be biased to suite which product you are personally trying to promote - ROTFLMBO Ü