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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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Product Description

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. Quiet plunger mechanism silences any clicking when you retract. Refillable with Zebra F Refill.

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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. Quiet plunger mechanism silences any clicking when you retract. Refillable with Zebra F-Refill.

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Technical Details
Brand NameZebra
Item Weight0.3 ounces
Product Dimensions1 x 3.3 x 8 inches
Item model number29411
ColorBlack
Number of Items1
Manufacturer Part NumberZEB29411
  
Additional Information
ASINB002L6RB80
Best Sellers Rank #519 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableApril 18, 2006
  
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From the Manufacturer


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!

F-301 M-301 G-301 V-301 R-301 H-301
Retractable
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

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Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars

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93 of 93 people found the following review helpful By Ryan Nathaniel White on April 13, 2010
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First off, the pen feels solid. It should I suppose, it's fairly thick steel. If I'm ever really hard up for an ice pick, I hope to have this pen in my pocket. It's got a nice weight to it, and it feels great in your hand. If you hold a pen like you are supposed to, the grip (knurled metal) is fantastic. If you hold a pen like I do (way down right on the tip) then this pen still feels pretty nice, but you lose some of the advantage of the grip.

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.
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47 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Rodney E. Fisk on October 15, 2009
I have used Zebra pens for years. The F-301 was my main pen for years. I prefer the fine tip. I love the heavy, solid feel of its steel barrel. I love that the grip is knurled steel. I prefer not to use gel-grip pens and such. They are difficult to get into or out of a pocket or planner. The rubber always gives up also. The clicking action is the smoothest I've ever used. It's incredible! It's almost silent and you can barely feel it. Rather akin to a mercury light switch.

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.
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30 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Redox on October 1, 2010
I love the looks and build quality of this pen. I'm not a fan of fine points, though. Luckily it is easy to fix. I used a straightened paper clip to push out the small plastic insert from the metal tip. This prevented the slightly larger diameter tip of the Fisher Space Pen refill with a medium point (SPR4) Fisher Space Pen Pressurized Refill Black Medium from fitting through the tip opening. The original spring for the Zebra cartridge works just fine with the much higher quality, pressurized, upside-down writing, under water jotting Fisher refill. This is now very nearly the perfect pen for me. This is such a sturdily constructed, nearly all-metal pen that I'm wondering if I can get it past the bonehead TSA idiots at the airport. They might be afraid that it could be used like a tiny ice ax to take down the cockpit door. At least if they confiscate it I'm only out about $10 for pen & refill. I'm going to buy a couple of extra pens, I think, just in case they stop making them. That's how good they are. Oh, btw, if you save the plastic insert you can always go back to Zebra refills.
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.
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45 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Rebtor on October 2, 2008
I was a big F-402 fan. It was the ultimate pen for the price and performance. My only issue with the 402 was the plastic part of the barrel under the rubber grip. I have cracked it after years of use. I am now on my second one. Not a big deal, but it's only shortcoming as far as I can tell. Well, the F-701 takes it up a notch. It has everything you have come to love about the F-402 but with one significant difference. It is all steel. Same smooth clicking action, same smooth ink flow, same great looks. Only now the new knurled grip is actually milled out of the steel barrel, so there is no more plastic to crack. I still keep a F-402 around as a stand by but my main instrument for writing is now the F-701.
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47 of 57 people found the following review helpful By SAA on April 19, 2012
I work in an industrial factory and I need a pen on me pretty much at all times to fill out or sign various things, so this pen seemed ideal for the job, seeing as how it's supposedly made out of solid steel, one would assume it to be fairly heavy duty...not.

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.
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