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|Model Number||ZEBRA JJ15-FB|
|Shipping Weight||0.40 oz|
|Diameter - Grip
|Diameter - Max
|Length - Extended
|Length - Retracted
|Pre-Installed Ink Color
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I LOVE this pen! The...
, March 23, 2012
I LOVE this pen! The moving clip is really fun to play with. The navy ink is
gorgeous too. The pen writes very well especially for the price. In comparison
to the regular Zebra Sarasa, the grip on this version is 8 mm closer to the end
of the pen. This is great for me because I grip my pens close to the end and
with most other pens I end up only using part of the grip. However, the pen is
not the most attractive I've seen. The visible threads inside the pen where it
unscrews look really ugly and the hazy white/clear plastic towards the tip looks
weird especially when the rest of the pen has completely clear plastic. But
that's just me being picky. I like the grip and the clip so much that those
outweigh any minor quibbles I have with the design.
| I like the blue-black...
, August 16, 2014
I like the blue-black ink. The 0.7mm tip writes thicker then the usual 0.7 mm
tip. Ordinary appearance. I prefere ball points, but I do like this gel ink
pen. Will keep it.
| Another fantastic everyday...
, July 17, 2014
Another fantastic everyday pen from Zebra. Would love to buy this tip and ink in
something a bit fancier, but this'll do.
| Although not the most...
, July 1, 2014
Although not the most aesthetically pleasing gel pen on the market, the Zebra
Sarasa excels in every area that matters. The barrel is comfortable--not too
thick; not too thin--with sufficient grip to keep from slipping. The
spring-mounted clip is brilliantly designed. Most plastic clips are merely
vestigial limbs, and not particularly useful without breaking.
The ink and writing tip are outstanding. I emptied an entire refill without a
skip, sputter or hesitation. The lines are slightly bold, but near the
advertised 5mm width. I found the tip very smooth. Unlike Pilot and Uni gel
pens, the Sarasa seems to dry incredibly fast with no smearing. I'm left
handed, so that is a big issue typically.