|Item Weight||0.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7.7 x 3 x 0.8 inches|
|Item model number||59411|
|Material Type||Stainless Steel|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||59411|
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- Easy-to-hold, knurled metal grip provides writing stability
- Stainless steel barrel
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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.
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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|
M-701 Mechanical Pencil features designer stainless steel from tip to clip to prevent corrosion. Easy-to-hold knurled metal grip provides writing stability. Mechanical pencil has a convenient eraser underneath the plunger that advances the lead. Refillable.
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The Zebra M-701 is indeed a nice pencil. It measures 5-3/8" long and 3/8" in diameter. The walls are just a hair over 1/16" thick, and there's no "give" to it. The grip is knurled for grip, and the knurling is nicely done. It reminds me of the grip on a tattooing machine. The grip is 1-1/8" long. A clip is installed and can't be removed unless you break it off. It does not rotate. When inserted in a pocket, 1/2" of the pencil sticks out. The "silent plunger" is pretty quiet, yeah. The "soft clicking mechanism" feels pretty standard to me. The M-701 uses standard 0.7mm lead. The pencil unscrews right below the grip to refill. A drop of lubricant will keep the threads clean and squeak-free. The rear of the pencil comes off to use the eraser. It's a standard white pencil eraser; enough said. Remove the eraser and you'll find two spare leads; you can fit about four in the pen comfortably.
In use, the M-701 works very well. It writes as well as most mechanical pencils, and the feeding mechanism doesn't skip. There's not a lot more to say. It's just a good pencil. If it matters, the Amazon photo shows the M-701 on a white card, like you'd find in a department store. Mine arrived with a green-and-black cardboard backing and clamshell front.
Comparing the M-701 pencil and the F-701 pen:
-The M-701 pencil is 1/8" longer than the F-701 pen.
-The body material and type are identical, as are the texture and length of the knurled sections. The black collars at the top are identical.
-The clips are the same, except for the markings (the M-701 says M-701, and the F-701 says F-701).
-The F-701 pen has a black dot on the clicker; presumably to show ink color. This is replaced with a hole on the M-701, allowing you to see the white eraser.
-The clicker on the M-701 pencil is slightly more rounded at the corners than the F-701 pen. It's also a hair shorter.
*EDIT: The M-701 is NOT solid stainless steel. The pencil can come apart at a junction where the knurling and the body meet, showing a substantial chunk of plastic. The knurling, not the body is about 1/16" thick. The body itself is very thin. The same applies to the F-701 pen.
Speaking of that pen, I've gotten more compliments on that pen ("this is a great-writing pen", etc.) than all other pens I've ever owned combined. In my job, I need to get lots of documents signed by other people, and they often use my F-701 pen. I have to keep a close eye on it, too, because people like it so much, they often try to keep it. In fact, I think I'm on my sixth or seventh F-701, but they're fairly inexpensive, so easy to replace.
Back to the pencil...it doesn't really cost a lot, although there are many less expensive mechanical pencils that would work just as well. But for me, as a regular user and fan of the matching F-701 pen, I like the way this pencil matches that pen. That was pretty much the prime selling point for me.
The Pentel P-207 is probably the benchmark as far as 0.7mm pencils are concerned. The M-701 weighs 19.6g versus the 9.2g of the P-207 but it still feels comfortable in the hand, and its knurled grip allows the writer to hold the pencil firmly.
1. All stainless steel construction lends the pencil a durable look that has a pleasant heft to it
2. Notched grip for better hold
3. Writes smooth (uses standard .7 lead)
4. Makes a handsome addition to the Zebra F-701 retractable ballpoint pen
1. Changing leads is accessed through the metal cap covering eraser. I
I found it can be difficult to remove
2. Erasers must be special ordered
Overall this pencil should be a great addition to an professional desk. It would also make a great gift for a student in math or art classes. I purchased this for a nephew and he loves it. I recommend you purchase extra erasers online at Staples or here at Amazon.
The pencil is sturdy, writes smoothly, and is sure to get you a compliment or two. At the listed price I doubt you can find a better value. Buy it and be satisfied.