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.
But the yellow ink is way too light to see. The picture here shows it as if its
visible on regukar notebook paper, but when I use it on any white / light paper,
the ink is too light to see. It is not opaque, so it does not show up on dark
paper at all.
I have no use for ink that is too light to see on any paper. So I put the 0.5mm
black refill in this yellow body. It looks funny but writes great!
I've always wanted a yellow pen that ISN'T a dark overripe banana yellow, but
the fluorescent yellow Surari ink is on the opposite end if the yellow spectrum.
The Surari black is fantastic, so is fluorescent blue... I am currently placing
an order for a couple of the other Surari fluorescents to test them out. But I
cannot recommend this yellow to anyone, unless they specifically need a
too-light yellow 0.7mm ballpoint pen.