|Brand Name||Zebra Pen|
|Item Weight||0.5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.9 x 7.8 x 3.8 inches|
|Item model number||48121|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||48121|
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Zebra V-301 Stainless Steel Fountain Pen with Refill, Blue, 1-Pack (48121)
|Price:||$8.15 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- Distinctive easy-pull cap
- Durable metal clip
- Fitted silver steel nib
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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!
|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
2) soak nib/wick in hot water
3) place nib at 45 degree angle (whatever works really) on paper towel/paper/etc so that you can see the water coming out and leaving wet marks
4) do this until the ink is running black/blue. scribbling helps move it faster too
-once it gets going it works great. just a pain in the @$$ to get going
-the idea is to get the water soaked all the way up the wick to where the ink is, therefore pulling the water out simultaneously pulls the ink with it. at first it will be watered down but will gradually get darker.
I've gone through half of the first cartridge and have yet to have any problems. 5 stars once it works
I would love to give this pen 5-stars, but here is my issue. Purchasing refills is very difficult. So far, I have not found a international, or generic cartridge that will fit this pen. You can find the refills on Amazon, but two refills cost more than the original pen. That seems a little out of line to me. For me it is cheaper to just purchase another package (pen with refils).
My suggestions: (1) make refills available in the stores, and for the sake of customers, especially students, do not over price them. (2) make both the pen and refills available in more stores, and on Amazon. (3) I know there is blue ink cartridges (with pen) available....I purchased on a few months back (on Amazon)....so make them available so that people have a choice.
I have purchased the pen to given to kids, and teens who have all fallen in love with it....and then the heart break when can't find cartridges...... shame, shame, shame on Zebra.Read more ›
The main detractors are that it doesn't take standard ink cartridges, but rather takes the slightly longer proprietary zebra cartridges, and it doesn't have interchangeable nibs. The latter isn't that big of a problem considering the price. If it breaks, you can just buy another pen for the price you'd pay for nibs on a more expensive pen, but you won't have the option of using thicker or thinner nibs for other uses.
I find this is a good fountain of you enjoy drawing in ink, since it's rugged and portable, but it's probably not suited for those interested in calligraphy. Price is a big factor here though. For what I paid for it, there's really no complaining.
To summarize, the PEN is wonderful: smooth nib, comfortable grip, nice ink flow, stainless barrel is durable and attractive. The negatives, which I hope Zebra remedies, are all about the ink. The ink is washy and it clogs the pen. It is simply not reliable.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a nice pen! I did not buy it on Amazon. At first I had some doubts, but as others have commented, after you break it in it writes like a charm! Read morePublished 6 days ago by Scandalli
Don't bother. I should have known when the packaging itself said "the tempermental; world of fountain pens." I know fountain pens are quirky. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Amazon Customer
the V301 blue pens are a different design than the black pens. Love the black ones and the way they are designed. Don't waste your money on the blue ones. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Amazon Customer
didn't like the pen at first. Suggestion for anyone attempting to write without success take a lighter to your nib for 15 to 20 seconds mine wrote like a beauty afterwards.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Initially I was excited when I saw this pen at my school's bookstore. I've always wanted a fountain pen, and it was a great price. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jet
Picked one up today and have been writing all day with it. No gaps or breaks in the line or anything. Very happy for the price. Read morePublished 3 months ago by AnAmazonShopper
I love my pen! The newest nib they have come out with is perfect for me. They just need to make the refills more reasonably priced or make the pens compatible with other... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Emily L.
As a collector of cheap pens I could not pass up this one when I saw it at my local Walgreen's. I knew the bad reviews it had and still thought it would be fun to try. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Tim Brown