Zebra Surari 4C 4 Color Emulsion Ink Multi Pen - 0.7 mm - Black Body

4.4 (7 reviews)
Pen includes a black, blue, red and green Surari ink pen in one multi-pen body. Refills available.

You are viewing a breakthrough in ink history, the development of a new ink type!! The new Emulsion ink from Zebra combines the best quality of a ballpoint and gel ink pen. It has the smoothness of an oil-based ballpoint ink pen but features the vibrant colors of a gel ink pen. That's an incredible new development. The Emulsion is supposedly even smoother than "low friction" ballpoint pens, is smear-proof and water resistant.

Model NumberZEBRA B4A11-BK
Weight0.5 ounces
Body Color Black
Body Material Plastic
Clip Material Plastic
Clippable Yes
Color Set No
Diameter - Grip 12.4 mm
Diameter - Max 12.5 mm
Grip Color Black
Grip Material Plastic
Ink Characteristics Hybrid
Ink Refillable Yes
Length - Extended 15.2 cm
Length - Retracted 14.8 cm
Mechanism Retractable Tabs
Pre-Installed Ink Color Blue, Black, Red, Green
Tip Length 4.2 mm
Tip Material Metal
Tip Size 0.7 mm

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One of my favorite pens!...
September 13, 2012
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One of my favorite pens! My love for ballpoint multi-pens is probably now the stuff of legend, but the Zebra Surari comes second on that list (behind the inimitable Jetstream 4+1). The plastic body is quite light and slimmer than most other 3- or 4-cartridge pens, which is nice if sometimes, like me, your hands get a little tired from holding up bigger and heavier pens. The downside is that it maybe doesn't look as "classy" as the Jetstream or the Dr. Grip 4+1s; this means I tend to use it for note-taking in the library or lectures but not at conferences and things. The grip is comfortable but nothing remarkable; the tabs are easily clicked, although I did find it confusing at first because they go in reverse of the usual color order. The ink itself is great - smooth and dark with no streaks, though the blue and green are prone to the occasional glob. The green ink is possibly the most unique ballpoint green I've ever encountered - it's much darker and warmer-toned, almost a forest green, and I absolutely love it!
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So I just received my...
April 9, 2011
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So I just received my this pen. It is very lightweight and has a nice rubber grip. The pen feels comfotable to hold and the point is very fine. It is very smooth! Red, Green, and Blue are nice and bright. I have ordered many pens and just as the rest this is a good quality pen.
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A buddy was looking for...
April 23, 2015
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A buddy was looking for a multi-pen, and we decided to give these a try. Very impressed! Feel durable, and refillable too!
Lightweight, well distributed,...
April 28, 2013
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Lightweight, well distributed, acceptable thickness/slimness. But, I don't like emulsion inks very much, they look a lot like ballpoint (Very glossy on paper), while I prefer gel inks (Most of the time, matte and profound darker color).
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I love love LOVE this...
August 18, 2011
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I love love LOVE this Multi-Pen. Due to the overall positive reviews on all models of this pen, I decided to take the plunge and purchase two bodies (one black and one clear).

As a student, color coding notes makes things easier to find and emphasize. What better reminder can one have than bold red ink screaming TEST MATERIAL next to an organic chemistry mecthestren the strength of this pen lies in its ink. I'm not a fan of ballpoint pen because it smears, but I am quite fond of using multicolor pen during lectures. All they sold in my local brick-and-mortar shops were those BiC ballpoint multi-pens. Being an office supply nerd, I was pretty determined to find a gel ink multicolor pen. This comes pretty darn close to my ideal. The colored (RGBlackBlue) ink flows out of the pen smoothly, with much less smearing compared to my old BiC ballpoint.

I don't use the clip at all, but I imagine it would be somewhat difficult to use the clip (which doubles as the plunger for the black barrel) when it is depressed. In terms of ergonomics, the barrel is the perfect size for my hand (I have big hands, so I like thicker barrels). It's definitely thinner than the BiC though. I can't attest to long-term longevity yet, but this pen has survived being jostled around in my pencil bag and tossed aside for the past four weeks of class rather nicely.

Overall, I highly recommend this pen.