Zebra Sarasa Retractable Gel Pen - 0.7 mm - Light Green

Zebra Sarasa Retractable Gel Pen - 0.7 mm - Light Green

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2.5 (4 reviews)
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The Sarasa is Zebra's #1 selling gel pen in the USA. It features a smooth flowing fine point tip, rubber grip, retractable pen body and clip at a very affordable price. The acid free, archival quality ink is encased in a translucent body to show ink supply levels. JetPens has multiple tip sizes and colors.

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Olive Green doesn't fit...
July 2, 2012
Olive Green doesn't fit the true color of the pen, more like a lime color. Anyways, this pen is not a good choice for notes or writing in general; but the pen is great for circling things like when you're editing some work. For writing I always prefer black ink which stands true for most of the Sarasas. The grip is comfortable and the clip is good. Over all a very exceptional pen.
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I purchased this when...
March 11, 2012
I purchased this when I needed to add an olive green to my collection... unfortunately it is not an olive green at all. It's closer to a lime green, only a tad darker. The pen itself was okay, but since I had bought it specifically for it's olive green color, I was disappointed.
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Yikes! Not olive at all,...
May 14, 2011
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Yikes! Not olive at all, but sort of a deep lime green. I have an elderly pen in this color; the ink was indeed an uninspired olive, but sometimes you just need to write something in drag olive. Or I do, anyway. I was SO disappointed with my new "olive green" Zebra Sarasa retractable gel ink pen: the color was a kind of "Livid Lime." Or "Radiant Bile." It's a little darker than many lime greens, but still not useful for much of anything. Skip it!
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I agree this is one of...
June 21, 2012
I agree this is one of my least favorite in the Sarasa Collection. It's a bright candy green that's too bright for most applications, however— when it dries it tends to who better. Not something I'd use for business unless I had to highlight [circle] something. Yet, it's affective.
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