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Tiger Pens Giveaway: Uniball Signo TSI Erasable Pens

Uniball Signo TSIGuys, we've got a brilliant one for you this month!

The Uniball Signo TSI is a high-performing erasable gel pen that became available in the UK this summer and is quickly replacing Uniball's previous offering, the Fanthom.

They're great pens for drawing or for using in your adult coloring books, or perfect for kids doing their homework.

Want to try them out? No problem. You'll have a chance to win a pack of 7 Signo TSIs in a range of colors including black, sky blue and violet.

This month, we're going to try something a little different. To enter, just leave a comment below telling us you're favorite kind of pen. Then we'll randomly select one winner from the entries.

(While you're here, don't forget to check out our online store and the blog for lots of nifty articles about pens and the things that people do with them. And be sure to tell your friends about Tiger Pens!)

The contest is open until Aug. 21 to residents of, well, anywhere. We'll announce the name of the winner on the blog Aug. 24.

One entry per person, please.

The only way to win is to enter, so make sure to put your name in while there's time. This is one giveaway you don't want to miss out on this summer.

Good luck to everybody!

6 thoughts on “Tiger Pens Giveaway: Uniball Signo TSI Erasable Pens”

  • Lindsey M

    I love my old cartridge fountain pen, especially for writing cheques of greetings cards. Sharpies are also a favourite, so useful for all-sorts of crafts

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  • Jazz

    My favourite kind of pen is any pen that magically appears when I need it most (on the phone)!

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  • Mia Fergusson

    My favourite type of ben is the ball point. They come in a range of prices, styles and most of them work lol x

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  • Steven Scott

    For personal thingsI love writing with a fountain pen. So much nicer than using a ball point. For work my Parker jotter works flawlessly, I just wish all my colleagues would not keep borrowing it!

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  • Michael Simon

    I'm still exploring my interest in fountain pens. But I've always enjoyed having an assortment of fine marker pens with a good variety of colors.

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  • Phoebe

    My favorite pens are the ones that don't dry out, and run smoothly!

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