|Item Weight||0.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3 x 5.9 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||30000|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||Box of 12|
|Manufacturer Part Number||30000|
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Pilot The Better Retractable Ballpoint Pens, Fine Point, Black Ink, Dozen Box (30000)
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- Stainless steel point and metal clip with
- Ribbed finger grip for writing comfort
- Fine point (0.7mm) for precise writing
- Box of 12 pens with black ink
- Retractable and refillable - Better refill model #77210 sold separately
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Pilot The Better Retractable Ballpoint Pens feature a stainless steel point, crystal clear barrel with a non-slip grip and a stylish metal clip. The stainless steel point delivers consistent writing while the ribbed finger grip affords comfort and control. The Better Retractable Pens are also refillable for your convenience - classic styling at an excellent value. Each pen has a tinted transparent barrel that lets you keep an eye on your ink supply. There is no cap to lose, so you not only have a quality ballpoint pen, but a convenient one that you can confidently rely on for writing perfection. They are great for students, office workers or anyone who writes a lot.
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Retractable pen features a stainless steel point, stylish metal clip, crystal-clear barrel and nonslip grip. Stainless steel point delivers consistent writing. Ribbed finger grip affords comfort and control. Better Ballpoint Pens are refillable.
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|Item Dimensions||5.94 x 3 x 1 in||7.5 x 8.7 x 0.3 in||1.17 x 0.45 x 2.28 in||5.37 x 2.43 x 0.43 in||2.3 x 5.6 x 0.4 in||5.3 x 2 x 7.25 in|
Top customer reviews
Several years ago they had an occasional issue with leaking ink but they seem to have fixed that problem. I haven't found a dud in years!
While these pens used to be in stores everywhere, lately I've only been able to find them online. They are slightly more expensive than the cheap packs in stores now, but definitely worth it.
My parents started using Pilot's Better Ballpoints more than 20 years ago and they're still great quality today.
These pens are light but have a good tactile feel with having any rubbery crap on the handle that will peel and fall off. The tip is fine so your writing on a page will be sharp and presentable. My penmanship improves dramatically when using a fine tip pen. The ball rolls easy and from very acute angles to the page (I will say that I have had some defect Pilot pens where the manufacturing didn't make a good ball and they didn't roll very well. I throw those out). The pen is comfortable for very long writing sessions of heavy notes. The pen seems to fit well in anyone's hand. Zebra pens are very small and people with big hands will have a tough time with them but the Pilot pens here are long enough that even a large hand will hold them. The ink is clear and will not run through any paper, even very thin paper or napkins. The pen is physically professional appearing but not so obviously flashy it looks ridiculous. These pens are not expensive compared to Zebra. They also are pretty tough, and my pen has been in the field on some nasty FTXs and come through like a champ. The end tip on these pens is just the right size for chewing and doesn't show the chew marks unless you are Ed the Hyena.
A good pen is important and I've tried a number of them. This pen is the best. Everyone who uses these pens comments on them and asks where I bought them from.
Pens are very important to me.
PS: In college I used Pilots until the ink ran out. Performance was great. I find that the current production pens are of the same quality.
My only complaint is that with prolonged, fast writing, more than the normal amount of ink will occasionally come out. This leads to a little glob of ink on the paper, and inevitably, ink on my finger. Glob sounds exaggerated, its really not that bad, but that's the only way I know how to describe it. I guess it could have more consistent ink release? I'm no pen expert.