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Zebra V-301 Fountain Pen - Medium Nib - Black Body

$3.20

Zebra V-301 Fountain Pen - Medium Nib - Black Body - ZEBRA 48111
  • Zebra V-301 Fountain Pen - Medium Nib - Black Body - ZEBRA 48111
  • Zebra V-301 Fountain Pen - Medium Nib - Black Body - ZEBRA 48111
  • Zebra V-301 Fountain Pen - Medium Nib - Black Body - ZEBRA 48111
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The Zebra V-301 is a refillable, stainless steel fountain pen with a durable metal body and hard plastic grip. The cap easily pulls off to reveal a medium point stainless steel nib. The pen matches the style of the Zebra F-301 ballpoint pen.


Frequently Bought Together
Zebra V-301 Fountain Pen - Medium Nib - Black Body - ZEBRA 48111+Zebra Fountain Pen Ink Cartridge - Black - Pack of 2 - ZEBRA 87712
Total Price: $5.30
This item: Zebra V-301 Fountain Pen - Medium Nib - Black Body - $3.20


Specs
Model NumberZEBRA 48111
Shipping Weight0.90 oz
Body Color Silver
Body Material Metal (Stainless Steel)
Cartridge-Compatible Yes
Clip Material Metal
Clippable Yes
Converter-Compatible No
Design Style Beginner-Friendly
Grip Color Black
Grip Material Plastic
Mechanism Capped
Pre-Installed Ink Color Black
Tip Material Metal (Stainless Steel)
Tip Size Medium

Reviews
5 people found this helpful
  This pen feels and looks..., September 14, 2011
By cat... - See all my reviews
This pen feels and looks really cheap, and it uses proprietary ink cartridges that only come in watery blue and black. There's no converter available, and it's not a candidate for ED conversion because of the metal body and gigantic hole at the end. Like many others here, I have trouble getting it to write properly.
5 people found this helpful
  i grabbed this on a quick..., September 9, 2011
By silverheart220 - See all my reviews
i grabbed this on a quick office supply run at my local drug store and seeing that it was 3 bucks i thought i'd give it a try. typical zebra look which I like, cap posts with a solid click with no rattling. I had a slight problem getting the ink cartridge to go in all the way at first but once it was in there stayed in with no problem. my only criticism is that it skips rather often and is pretty unforgiving as far as to the position you have to hold it in to write with it, pretty much the same way every time, even if the surface youre writing on is flat. also, its pretty scratchy to write with, which annoys me as I'm really a scribbler and don't like having resistance when I write (you might). that being said, when it does work it lays a nice line and the ink is a nice black. for 3 bucks its a pretty decent fountain pen.
3 people found this helpful
  Well all the statements..., July 17, 2012
By ron... - See all my reviews
Well all the statements are true about feed being not reliable. Thats a challange. inserted 2mil piece of brass shim in the nibs slot, squeezed the tips togather with needle nose pliers then used a converter from a Lamay Safari (Tight fit) filled with private reserve DC purple the pen now works flawlessly (did a little nib smoothing too.) NOW the pen is as good as any and actually better than the Lamy the converter came from altogather took about 15 mins to make a perfect little knock-about pen. the flow problem is the ink in the supplied cartridge it is way too saturated with solids. empty the cartridge and refill with private reserve and the flow problem will disappear. In defense of the pen, I have had to do far more work on some really high dollar pen to get then working this good.
3 people found this helpful
  Like the other I have..., July 1, 2011
By woo... - See all my reviews
Like the other I have a hard time keeping the ink flowing. I think the air passage is too small.
3 people found this helpful
  If you can get it to..., June 2, 2011
By iconoclastic.icon - See all my reviews
If you can get it to write, it writes great. Smooth, wet, etc. But as soon as you stop for any longer than about two seconds, the nib is dry and it takes five minutes of shaking, fiddling, and pressing the nib every which way to get the ink flowing again. This would be a great pen if it would allow me to stop and think for a moment before starting on the next paragraph.