Zebra JSB-0.5 Gel Ink Pen Refill - D1 - 0.5 mm - Sepia

Zebra JSB-0.5 Gel Ink Pen Refill - D1 - 0.5 mm - Sepia

$2.75
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4.0 (1 reviews)
DescriptionSpecifications
One pen refill component only. Customizable body and pencil component refills available separately.

Mechanical pencil components are available in: 0.3 mm, 0.5 mm and 0.7 mm.
Pen refill components are available in a: 0.4 mm, 0.5 mm, and 0.7 mm sizes and in a variety of colors.

Meet the incredible pen that has been a hit success among professionals in Asia. The Sharbo X is really about choice. The freedom of choice to choose your own pen body color, pencil lead size, ink color, and pen tip size. The diligent accountant might want a matte black body with a 0.3 mm pencil, 0.4 mm Blue Black pen and 0.4 mm Carmine Red pen. The architect might prefer a silver body with a 0.7 mm pencil, 0.7 mm Ever Green and 0.7 mm Black ink pen. Whoever you are, this is the pen that can be customized for your needs.

Model NumberZEBRA RJSB5-SP
Weight0.0 ounces
ManufacturerZebra
Ink Refill Type Gel Ink
Tip Size 0.5 mm
Tip Type Conical

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Customer Reviews

Very interesting color....
January 15, 2015
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Very interesting color. It's definitely not a rich or vibrant brown, but it's not exactly "sepia" either. Sepia is supposed to have yellowish undertones to it, but this is much more of a grayish, olive brown than anything.

I expected it to be a more subdued color given the name, but it's much less saturated than, say, the royal blue or blood red refills. At first glance it's very easy to mistake it for pencil graphite. It's still a very professional color despite being a tad washed out, but that might be an added plus for some (especially if you're a fan of gray ink). If you're looking for an alternative to black, this could be a nice color for you to try. But if you're after a rich, dark brown, this is not your color.

Other than the color this refill is a fairly smooth writer. It seems to let out less ink than the other refills I tried along with it, thus making it a tad scratchier than the rest. However, it still performs admirably and also works surprisingly well on cheaper paper too!
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