Zebra Surari Emulsion Ink Pen - 0.7 mm - Dark Black Body - Black Ink

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4.4 (13 reviews)
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. The Zebra Surari is available in multiple tip sizes and colors.

Model NumberZEBRA BN11-DBK
Weight0.4 ounces
Ink Refillable Yes

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At first I thought this...
May 15, 2012
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At first I thought this would be a poor competitor to the 0.7mm Jetstream. After a full shift at work using just this pen I can say I was wrong! The Jetstream is only slightly smoother but the Surari is a tad darker. The writing was a little scratchy at first but as the day went on this went away. The only problem I had was that ink would glob on the tip of the pen and I'd have to wipe it off. It would never get on the paper though.
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The writing is nowhere...
April 28, 2014
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The writing is nowhere as smooth as my goto Jetstream Sport RT Fine.
I love the emulsion ink...
March 25, 2013
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I love the emulsion ink in this pen. It looks cheaply made, but it feels like a very dependable pen.
Love this pen but one...
September 27, 2012
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Love this pen but one thing and it doesn't write well on Sustainable Earth by Staples Paper. This is the main book I write in but it's GREAT on everything else. Thanks, keep up the good work.
In comparison to the...
September 13, 2012
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In comparison to the Jetstream Sport Black Fine, I find that the Surari's ink generally flows less smoothly. The ease of writing is inconsistent between different kinds of basic paper -- it writes great on some, and requires more effort on others; I can't figure out exactly what it is about the particular paper that causes this.

In contrast, the Jetstream writes consistently, reliably smoothly on any paper I use.