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One pen body only. Needs to be customized with one pencil and two pen components (available separately).

The Sharbo X series has been a hit success among professionals in Asia. It's currently one of the most customizable multi-pens available on the market. With the Sharbo X, you have the freedom to choose almost every aspect of your multi-pen, from the pen body to the type of refill colors it has. You can choose your preferred pen body color, pencil lead size, ink color, ballpoint or gel ink type and pen tip size. For example, the diligent accountant might want a Zebra Sharbo X LT3 Matte Gray body with a 0.3 mm pencil, 0.4 mm Blue Black gel pen and 0.4 mm Carmine Red gel pen. The architect might prefer a Zebra Sharbo X CB8 Flash Silver body with a 0.7 mm pencil, 0.7 mm Ever Green ballpoint ink pen and stylus. Whoever you are, this is the pen that can be customized for your needs.

Each ST3 body consists of color coated brass and can hold one mechanical pencil component and two pen refill components. An eraser is included at the top of each pen.

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, in gel or ballpoint and in a variety of colors.
Stylus component available.

Body material: Brass
Body size: 138.1 mm length / 11.1 mm diameter
Weight: 22.1 g (body only) / 25.2 g (with refills)

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The ST3 is a really nice...
November 21, 2012
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The ST3 is a really nice pen and I really like the white finish, but compared to my favorite Sharbos, the LT3, this pen is kind of big and feels a little less comfortable to write with.

It's diameter is a little larger than that of the LT3 and for me that's a little too wide.

Don't get me wrong, it's still one of the nicest multipens I've see, but they can't beat the LT3.
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We bought two of these...
September 15, 2012
We bought two of these in Japan years and years ago. One for me and one for my husband. He used his maybe a week. I can't remember why. I use mine intermittently through the years, but when I do use it, it is day-in day-out, heavy duty workhorse.

Mine does have minor paint chips and scratches, but I have abused the pen. It gets thrown in bags and pockets. The mechanism still works smoothly. There are no loose joints. The refills do not wobble when I write. I mostly use 0.4 black gel refill and I love it! That's the main reason I keep going back to this pen. The ink is smooth, dark and consistent.

The pen is expensive, and I am constantly buying and carrying refills. So be warned. This is an expensive investment. This is like putting premium gas in a gas-guzzling sports car. I could not have afforded this as a student. But since I'm not a student, I spoil myself with this pen. I would definitely buy it again, but it's not for everyone.
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This is a beautiful pen...
April 10, 2011
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This is a beautiful pen however, the plastic elements have completely failed.
My first disappointment was the discovery, that all the threads are made of plastic, it\'s not cool that a $$ pen have plastic connections. Because of the plastic threading the pen does unscrew on occasion especially when twisting from one perfect liquid ink refill to the other. I have used this pen nearly everyday, for the last three months. Today the other piece of plastic, a little white ring at the clip end of the pen which had began to crack, broke leaving my all but perfect pen looking as you might expect an expensive pen with a few (plastic) shortcuts to look.
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Love this pen! I've...
August 8, 2012
Love this pen! I've been using it on a regular basis for about four months and would probably say it's my favorite pen. Really like the white shade as well.
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