Zebra Sharbo Smartline 0.4 mm Ballpoint Multi Pen + 0.3 mm Pencil - Blue Body

Zebra Sharbo Smartline 0.4 mm Ballpoint Multi Pen + 0.3 mm Pencil - Blue Body

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Meet the new slim, sleek and oh so detailed partner to your work life. The Sharbo is one of Zebra's most popular multi-pen line and this particular Sharbo focuses on life's finer points. It is a very rare multi pen that actually features a 0.4 mm pen and a 0.3 mm pencil. The combination is quite unique, it's a multi-pen that one could only find in Japan. You won't even find any bulging buttons on the pen. It features a slender body that utilizes a twist mechanism to switch between a fine ballpoint pen and a mechanical pencil. It is an elegant accompaniment to your workplace style. Individuals who like fine point pens will fall in love with the Sharbo Smartline. As the name suggests, it is for those who like their things sharp and smartly in place. Don't forget the 0.3 mm lead refills for your pencil! Black, blue and silver body colors available.

Customer Reviews

I am a frequent purchaser...
February 5, 2010
I am a frequent purchaser of Jet Pens merchandise, but I just happened upon my own Zebra Sharbo at Narita airport near Tokyo, Japan. I bought it on a whim when I was attempting to empty my pockets of the remaining Yen bills and coins I had with me after a short trip to Tokyo. I wandered through the shops at the airport, and I found the black Sharbo. I must say that this pen is a true favorite. I've kept my Sharbo with me at work, using it at every opportunity. What a fine, slim and useful pen! :-)

I will return to Japan this Spring, and I plan on buying more pens like this. Very nice...
This pen looks cool and...
April 21, 2009
This pen looks cool and has a good weight to it; I use the pencil frequently (though I had to go up a few grades of lead hardness to counteract the constant breakage).

The pen is ultra-fine; I find that it works well in Rhodia notebooks and on paper of similar smoothness, but the quality of the line decreases dramatically on everyday paper; same result with both the original fill, and the refill I ordered. I think it's just the nature of such an ultra-fine ballpoint. Sad but true. If I knew then what I know now, I wouldn't have dropped the $21.50 on it.