What is one thing around the home I always find myself in need of? A pen of course. Seems as if I can by a 25 pack of pens today and by tomorrow half of them will be missing and the other half don't write. And have you ever noticed that a pen runs out of ink at the most inconvenient time! Like while your on the phone with the doctor or school, jotting down some important information. Then you have to ask them to hold on while you run around the house scrambling for a pen that works.
I decided it was probably time to stop picking up that bulk pack of pens for a buck. It just wasn't worth all the aggravation. I was happy to get the chance to check out some pens from the Zebra collection.
Zebra manufactures high quality pens, pencils and highlighters. At a price you can afford without sacrificing quality.I checked out a few of the Zebra Pen Collections like the Sarasa Gel point pens.
- Superior, smooth gel ink formulation for a scratch-free write
- Stylish, sleek barrel body with easy ink visibility
- Strong, silver engraved metal clip for easy storage
- Textured grip ensures control and full writing comfort
I loved the color variety in this pack. They wrote smooth but I wouldn't recommend the gel tip for card writing. It takes a bit longer to dry and can be smeared easily on a glossy surface.
I also got the chance to check out the Z-Grip a high quality retractable ball point pen at an affordable price. Ribbed rubber grip ensures writing control and comfort. Clear barrel allows for ink supply visibility. Grip color corresponds to ink color.
I really like the fit in my hand when it came to the Z-Grip. My son uses them for drawing and I use them for everyday use as well as filling out cards. They write smooth, preform well and in a sticky situation they have yet to fail me.
|Sorry about the clarity. My son took this photo|
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