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BIC For Her Retractable Ball Pen, Medium Point, 1.0 mm, Black Ink, 2 Count (FHAP21-Black)

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  • Easy Glide Ink Technology, for beautifully smooth writing
  • Sleek pen silhouette and jeweled accents add style
  • Soft contoured grip for all day comfort
  • Medium Point (1.0 mm)
  • Just For Her
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Technical Details
Brand NameBIC
Item Weight1.3 ounces
Product Dimensions0.7 x 2.8 x 7.6 inches
Item model numberFHAP21-BLACK
ColorBlack
Number of Items1
Manufacturer Part NumberFHAP21-BLACK
  
Additional Information
ASINB005PFESMG
Best Sellers Rank #14,183 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableAugust 9, 2011
  
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Product Description

The BIC For Her is a pen designed just for her. It is a sleek pen silhouette and jeweled accents add style. It has a soft contoured grip for all day comfort and also features the Easy-Glide System (BIC's exclusive ink technology), for beautifully smooth writing. Also available in Fashion Inks.

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Customer Reviews

So now I'm left with these Bic for Her pens.
David Berkowitz
Our car isn't specifically "for her" and my dainty woman hands just can't handle a regular steering wheel).
CodeNameDuchess
I bought these pens because I grew tired of manly pens that were too robust for my dainty hands.
ellie

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510 of 525 people found the following review helpful By David Berkowitz on August 28, 2012
I thought, being a man and all, that since they didn't have any manly Bic for Him pens, I could buy these, as I need pens and can't always wait for the appropriate pens to come out for my underserved gender. What a mistake.

And don't think I didn't try to look. I searched this very site for Bic for Him, and it recommended the BIC Cristal Stic Ball Pen, Medium Point , 1.0 mm, Black, 12 Pens (MS11-Blk). These are Cristal! There is nothing manly about them, short of the "Stic Ball" reference to a very manly game they used to play in Brooklyn, back when they had stoops.

Amazon also recommended other products, like a Coleman Two-Burner Propane Stove. I admit that is somewhat manly, as it involves fire and propane, but the last time I tried writing with a stove, I unleashed a wildfire on a national park and am not at liberty to discuss that further until after my next court appointment.

So now I'm left with these Bic for Her pens. I took one into a meeting at the office and couldn't stop drawing ponies all over my business proposal. Ponies! The guys here will never let me live that down. I mean, hearts would have been bad enough. I didn't even know I knew how to draw a pony.

Men should definitely wait until a Bic for Him line comes out and should not attempt to use these as a replacement. Nor should guys try writing with a propane stove. Also, since this is a two-pack, I have a second pen unused in mint condition (though the package was opened), if any ladies out there want one.
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501 of 527 people found the following review helpful By A. S. on August 27, 2012
The "Easy Glide, Feel the Smoothness" line suckered me in, and I purchased several packs of these. When I received them, I suspected they were far too thin to really get the job done properly. I tried with every single one of them before finally giving up in disgust. Then, a few days later, I had my best friend over for a movie. She grabbed one -- oh, the embarrassment, the shame! -- and began to rub it against paper. I told her, "No, that's not how you use it!" And she looked at me blankly. That's when I saw the paper and the ink marks scribbled across it, and it hit me: These are PENS. Ink pens! For women.

Please, dear Amazonians, read the product description thoroughly before inserting anything you buy into any orifice. It will save you much shame.
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199 of 210 people found the following review helpful By agilerton on August 28, 2012
I received a set of these pens for my wedding. Unfortunately I can't write or type (my husband is actually typing for me.) However, I do so love the pretty colors. I've been learning how to write with them. They don't send me into a harsh frenzy of tears like regular pens do; nor do I find them sexually intimidating at all.
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359 of 389 people found the following review helpful By Lynn Prikkel on August 24, 2012
Alrights, I works at the bail bonds counter and mens always be taking my pens...and I'm all like, "What makes you think you can take my pens, I know you stressed trying to get your bro, dad, momma...whoever outta the clink, but I don't have like an unlimited number of pens here, so if you can't fills out your paperwork at the counter, and you know I already tole you that you can't, then you needs to bring your own pen" So I got these pens at the doller store and they all pink and purple and I even sprayed them down with Mariah Carey's perfume, the one in the pink bottle cuz the purple bottle smell like my aunt, the one who is the same age as me, and mens can't stand these pens, they never walk off with them anymore.
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219 of 237 people found the following review helpful By KatherineJudd on August 27, 2012
It's really too bad that as a woman, I can't read or write so I have zero use for these. At least my strong, strapping gentleman friend is here to type this out for me. Now back to the kitchen I go!
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339 of 372 people found the following review helpful By Rachel on August 21, 2012
These pens are really dangerous to non-girls, they turned my brother into a unicorn and I've been hearing similar stories from others. I thought it was strange/sort of sexist that they felt the need to put "for her" on the product, since, like, it's a pen, are boys really not allowed to like pretty pens? But now I realize that the real problem is they didn't make the warning explicit enough.

KEEP THESE PENS OUT OF THE REACH OF YOUR HUSBANDS/SONS/BROTHERS/BOY FRIENDS/ANY MALE
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130 of 141 people found the following review helpful By behappy on August 28, 2012
What a bummer.It's way to thin for any woman to really be able to enjoy and no matter which way I turned it I could not find a place to put the batteries. All that click click clicking made my finger hurt and the job still didn't get done. Come on BIC get it together.
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159 of 174 people found the following review helpful By K. Wood on August 28, 2012
I have never known what to include in the section of my university's textbook order form called "other required materials." Now I know: I can require my female students to buy gender-appropriate pens.

Given the growing diversity of our university student body, I will also need pens for my students who are transitioning. Probably this will require different pens for male-to-female and female-to-male. I am sure BIC is up to the challenge.
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