Pens are truly the face of yourself or your company. A scruffy signature makes a certain impression that, although small, is there.
A good pen solves that, and on top of that make writing a joy. While fountain pens are fiddly and expensive, these convenient and cheaper alternative offer the same style without losing their practicality.
I love this pen because it makes my signature look beautiful and I love it for addressing envelopes. I have so many free pens but I bought this pen because I needed a pen to sign letters and the regular ballpoint pens were not doing the job.
I enjoy using the Sakura Pigma Micron Blister Card Ink Pen for all of my writing needs at the office. The great design prevents any bleeding on the paper and you can choose sizes from .25mm to .45mm so you can easily find one that is perfect for your style/needs. It is great for journaling, or just jotting down notes quickly, and I feel that the ink has a more professional look to it than most ball point pen varieties.
I was absolutely ecstatic when I found a smooth-writing pen that didn’t bleed through pages and last a long time. Colors help keep me and my employees well-organized. Every department has its own assigned color and various levels of prioritization are color-coded, so notes/written comments that get passed through the office always easily get to the right contact. I give every new employee a pack of these pens as part of their welcome package.
This is a super-fine line with ink that flows well. The pen is well-made, a moderate price point, and lasts forever.
I prefer ball-point pens, as I tend to smear gel ink. That said, my second favorite is this gel ink pen from Tul. Super-sharp and clean lines.
My favorite office pens are these custom pens from Totally Promotional. These look great in on-brand colors, and are affordable to order custom-printed with your logo. These pens feel great in your hand and have a smooth write.