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Introducing the UNI-ONE

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Introducing the UNI-ONE

 

With a reputation for innovation and style, uni-ball has launched the uni-ONE; a brand-new rollerball that seeks to invigorate the handwriting market and bring some contemporary style to everyday stationery.


The new uni-ONE rollerball represents the future of everyday writing. This debut brand has been developed using the latest Japanese pen design technology from uni-ball’s parent Mitsubishi Pencil Company, resulting in a chic, sleek looking pen that writes like an absolute dream with a crisp, clean line and solid, opaque colour – and is great for journaling too.

 

The retractable rollerball pen has a smooth flowing 0.5mm nib for a fine neat script. It has a compact, trim build with a smart metal clip and sleek white barrel for all pen colours plus an additional, special black barrel for the black pen. The uni-ONE packs have multiple purchase options, with a choice of expertly selected colour combinations in three- or five-packs. They are also available individually.

 

Paul Smith, Director of Sales and Marketing at Mitsubishi Pencil Co. UK Ltd, comments: ‘Whether they’re heading off to school, college, or university, uni-ball will help students stay on trend and return to the classroom in style. Combining practicality with beauty, uni-ONE pens are our latest innovation to inspire, motivate, and engage creative minds to take control, pick up their pens and own their studies.’


Always looking for creative ways to deliver writing solutions, uni-ball has launched this brand within its new On Point stationery collection. This collection presents four individual branded pen ranges with specially devised study packs that have been curated to suit student needs. These comprise uni-ONE rollerball pens, Rose Gold Eye rollerballs, the Emott range of fine liner fibre tip pens, and an Erasable range.


Each branded set is presented in plastic-free fully biodegradable packaging as standard. uni-ball pens are currently available from WH Smith, Ryman, Hobbycraft, Amazon, Asda, Tesco, The Range, Sainsbury, Paperchase, CultPens.com, and Easichalk.com.

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