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Zebra Sarasa Dry X20 Gel Retractable Pens, Medium Point, Black Ink, Dozen (46810)

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Item #: 901-46810
  Model #: 46810
Brand: Zebra
Zebra Sarasa Dry X20 Gel Retractable Pens, Medium Point, Black Ink, Dozen (46810)
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Price $17.99 $17.49 $17.29
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Price per each: $1.50 $1.46 $1.44
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Description
Make writing clean and neat with this 12-pack of Zebra Pen Sarasa 0.7mm medium-point retractable black gel pens. Fill out forms and work on other writing tasks with these medium-point retractable black gel pens. The 0.7mm point delivers crystal clear lines and sharp precision. The smooth-flowing ink of these Zebra Pen Sarasa retractable black gel pens dries quickly to prevent bleeding.
  • Retractable gel pens for everyday writing tasks
  • Black ink has a rich color for excellent readability
  • 0.7mm medium tip
  • Black plastic barrel
  • One dozen pens per pack
  • Comfort grip for superior control
  • Features a pocket clip for convenient carrying
  • Refillable ink allows pens to be reused instead of replaced to save money
  • Safety Data Sheet
Specifications
Refillable : Refillable Pen Barrel Color : Black Pen Point Size : 0.7mm Pen Pack Size : Dozen
Series or Collection : Sarasa Dry X10 Erasable : No Retractable : Yes Grip : Grip
Barrel Material : Plastic Ink Color : Black Point Type : Medium Pen Type : Gel
Brand : Zebra Quick Ship : Yes Customizable : No
Weight : 0.30 lbs. per Dozen

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