Modeled after "The Original" F-301. Stylish, stainless steel barrel that transforms to compact size for easy storage. Cap features an extra-long pocket clip and eye-loop to attach lanyard.
The 301 Series features a sleek, sophisticated appearance housed in a rugged steel body for lasting performance. Ideally sized for perfect pocket transportation, it features a metal clip for a secure clasp.
Zebra Steel. .. Another tool in your arsenal.
Originality. Elegance. Distinction
Zebra’s writing instrument for those who wish to stand-out from the crowd. Unique style and durability make it ideal for those who require something a step above the norm.
Whether you need something sophisticated for a business meeting or a durable tool that can withstand the elements of the job site…Zebra steel writing instruments are the answer to your writing needs. Select your writing tool from the sleek design of the 3-Series to the most durable 701 Series – long lasting quality and always professional!
|Pen Type||Ballpoint||Mechanical Pencil||Gel||Fountain||Rollerball||Highlighter|
|Point Size||Fine, Medium, Bold||0.5mm, 0.7mm||Fine||Fine||Arrow||Chisel|
|Clip Style||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel|
|Grip Style||Non-Slip Grip||Non-Slip Grip||Non-Slip Grip||Non-Slip Grip||Non-Slip Grip||Non-Slip Grip|
|Barrel||Stainless Steel, Compact||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel|
|Available Ink Color||Black, Blue, Red, Green||N/A||Black, Blue||Black, Blue||Black, Blue||Yellow, Pink|
|Refill||F-Refill||Standard Lead Refill||JK-Refill||V-Refill||R-Refill||HL-Refill|
By the way, I love the short pen and how well it writes.
The fix was to gently move the rubber O-ring out of its groove on the non-writing end. Then I wrapped some black sewing thread around the groove twice and gave it a half-tie to close. Then snipped the loose ends. Then moved the O-ring back over the thread. So far it's holding up well and keeps the cover firmly in place...maybe too firmly. The tolerances are small, so once around with the thread might work better on some pens. This may cause the O-ring to fail prematurely. Time will tell.
After the first week the pen stopped writing smoothly and it started skipping a lot, almost to the point to what I would write couldn't be read. I still carry the pen, but I only use it as a backup just in case I need a pen. It definately isn't an everyday pen, it doesn't write well enough.
This is very dissapointing. I might have to just give up on zebra pens. They've been the only pens I use for almost 10 years now and frequently find them unstable. The rectrable ones shift and tetescope while I write, the compacts have loose covers. They look nice and write nicely but are not as useful for heavy use. Since I like to have nice pens I might just go back to buying sets of cross pens and pencils.