|Item Weight||0.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1 x 3.3 x 8 inches|
|Item model number||29411|
|Material Type||Stainless Steel|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||ZEB29411|
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Zebra F-701 Stainless Steel Ballpoint Retractable Pen, Black Ink, Fine Point, 1 Each (29411)
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- F-701 Retractable Ballpoint Pen is made of professional-grade stainless steel from tip to clip
- Designed to prevent corrosion
- Easy-to-hold knurled metal grip provides writing stability
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The 301 Series features a sleek, sophisticated appearance housed in a rugged steel body for lasting performance. Ideally sized for perfect pocket transportation, it features a metal clip for a secure clasp.
Zebra Steel. .. Another tool in your arsenal.
Originality. Elegance. Distinction
Zebra’s writing instrument for those who wish to stand-out from the crowd. Unique style and durability make it ideal for those who require something a step above the norm.
Whether you need something sophisticated for a business meeting or a durable tool that can withstand the elements of the job site…Zebra steel writing instruments are the answer to your writing needs. Select your writing tool from the sleek design of the 3-Series to the most durable 701 Series – long lasting quality and always professional!
|Pen Type||Ballpoint||Mechanical Pencil||Gel||Fountain||Rollerball||Highlighter|
|Point Size||Fine, Medium, Bold||0.5mm, 0.7mm||Fine||Fine||Arrow||Chisel|
|Clip Style||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel|
|Grip Style||Non-Slip Grip||Non-Slip Grip||Non-Slip Grip||Non-Slip Grip||Non-Slip Grip||Non-Slip Grip|
|Barrel||Stainless Steel, Compact||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel|
|Available Ink Color||Black, Blue, Red, Green||N/A||Black, Blue||Black, Blue||Black, Blue||Yellow, Pink|
|Refill||F-Refill||Standard Lead Refill||JK-Refill||V-Refill||R-Refill||HL-Refill|
Top Customer Reviews
Looks are certainly in the eye of the beholder, but I think this pen looks very nice. There are no markings on brushed steel at all, the only indication of brand and model being a faint stamp on the pocket clip. It's classy.
I have used many many pens, and I know all about how annoying it is when you have to "wipe" off the sides of the tip on a ball point to avoid it leaving tiny blobs of ink on the page which you will inevitably smear later with the side of your hand. I have also had many a pen that skipped so badly I needed to go back over half of my notes to "connect the dots". I'm not sure what zebra does to their ink cartridges, but they are doing something right. This pen writes very smoothly, and I have heard the same about the refills. If there is a fault, sometimes after not using it for awhile, it will take a millimeter to start, but that's rare.
I'm not sure what else to say really, it is after all only a pen. A pen that I love. I seriously think I will never use another pen. These are cheap enough to be quite cost effective, and sturdy enough that even if they weren't cheap, I'd consider them a good investment. Buy one, try it out. I just ordered two more so I'll have one for school, and one to replace the one my wife says she's taking.
My only wish is that Zebra could deliver a slightly blacker ink. Unfortunately, every pen I've ever used with a blacker ink also leaks and smears. Zebra works perfectly every time.
If there is a better pen, I haven't written with it yet. Well done Zebra.
It's not an entirely stainless steel pen, how this pen is assembled is that inside of the steel barrel, is a plastic insert to which both ends of the pen, tip and clicker retaining ring, screw into. A barrel within a barrel if you will. Also the clicker retaining ring is plastic as you can see in the pictures; the black ring at the top. So while it may be made of steel, the parts are still screwed into plastic which pretty much defeats the entire purpose of constructing a pen out of a metal only to have both ends screw into the same cheap plastic that the disposable dime a dozen pens are made of.
The reason the above info is relevant is because my pen broke, but it didn't get lodged in some gears, get run over by a forklift, or get thrown across the building. It rolled off top of an office laser printer, 3.5 feet tall, onto the steel floor and BAM, the clicker retaining ring broke and all of the internals of the pen shot out. LAME! So much for heavy duty, ay?
This is kind of a long review for a simple pen but I'm pretty disappointed that I bought a single pen plus a pack of 2 refills for like 10 bucks (from Staples), then have it totally and utterly fail from something as simple as a 3.5 foot drop. On that same printer is a plastic clicky pen that you can grab for FREE from your bank and it's lasted through far more abuse than this "heavy duty" pen has.
If you want a Zebra pen stick with the F-301 and skip this.Read more ›
New info: I found that a shorter spring from another pen made the point deploy more smoothly. And a tip from another site also works if your pen rattles a bit: trim that tiny 2mm small end of the flexible plastic insert you removed from the pen's tip, replace it in the pen's tip. (You should use a razor blade Or X-ACTO knife for trimming). Problem solved. I'm lovin' this pen.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this pen! I can be very picky with my choice of writing instruments. I like how sleek and professional it looks! Read morePublished 2 days ago by Vanessa Holmes
These are all I use. Nice balance of weight, design and functionality.Published 2 days ago by Jeff Streifling
Durable pens that feel good in your hand even when you are doing lots of writing.Published 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
First, I did not buy my F-701 here on Amazon but thought I would leave a review anyway. I really liked the pen at first (a year or so) seemed to be a well made pen except the fact... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Scouter
THese pens start out writing well.
Then about 1/5 or 1/4 of the way through the ink, they stop working. Read more