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Zebra F-402 Stainless Steel Retractable Ballpoint Pen - 0.7 mm - Black

Zebra F-402 Stainless Steel Retractable Ballpoint Pen - 0.7 mm - Black

$3.80
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4.2 (9 reviews)
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The Zebra F-402 is a sleek ballpoint pen with a minimalistic design. It features a stainless steel body, comfortable rubber grip, sturdy metal pocket clip and smooth ink flow. The metal look is very attractive for its price point, and the metal clip attaches well to dress shirt pockets. The 0.7 mm ballpoint tip writes with a smooth, bold line.

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I bought this to make...
June 6, 2016
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I bought this to make an all metal, modified Zebra F-700 with a Fisher Space Pen. I call it the Zebra Fish..
GIANT SQUID
A solid and durable pen...
May 23, 2016
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A solid and durable pen that writes very well. I use ballpoint pen writing at work and for drawing, and I was able to shade well in different tones with this pen.
4lkruzeth
The rubberized grip is...
December 26, 2015
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The rubberized grip is just what the original Zebra needed!
Good pen, but clip will...
October 4, 2015
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Good pen, but clip will break if bent too often.
In my quest for a good...
May 14, 2015
In my quest for a good disposable, refillable pen, I bought the F-402 on the recommendation of an office supply employee. He would store the pen, unretracted, in his pocket to show how it wouldn't stain his shirt. I liked this pen, the grip, the size and the way it writes. What I didn't like was the thread in the barrel. The tip is metal, the body of the pen is metal, but the thread for the tip is plastic. So, when I was halfway through my refill, the thread stripped and the tip would pop out. It's not like I clicked the pen to death or worried the tip. It just failed.

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