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Pentel® EnerGel™ LiquidGel Rollerball Pen, 0.7 mm, Medium Point, Gray Barrel, Black Ink
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Pentel® EnerGel™ LiquidGel Rollerball Pen, 0.7 mm, Medium Point, Gray Barrel, Black Ink

Item # 487155 OfficeMax # 22116684
Liquid and gel ink blend dries fast for convenient use
  • Blend of liquid and gel ink with exclusive ink-flow technology for smooth writing.
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Liquid and gel ink blend dries fast for convenient use
  • Blend of liquid and gel ink with exclusive ink-flow technology for smooth writing.  Archival quality, acid-free ink.
  • Colored barrel accents indicate ink color for easy identification.
  • Soft rubber grip for writing comfort.
  • Quick-drying ink resists blotting or smearing for reliable use.

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Item # 487155 
Manufacturer # BL27BP4A  
ink color Black
barrel color Gray
brand name Pentel
grip type rubberized
ink type liquid gel
manufacturer Pentel of America, Ltd.
pocket clip yes
point size 0.7 mm
point type medium
postconsumer recycled content 0%
Product Type pen
quantity 1
refillable no
total recycled content 0%

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Pentel? EnerGel? LiquidGel Rollerball Pen, 0.7 mm, Medium Point, Gray Barrel, Black Ink 5 5 2 2
Best pen on the planet! I am a "pen junkie"--trying any & every new pen. I use the Pentel Energel for my pen & ink artwork. Absolutely no other pen compares. I definitely prefer the stick version to the retractable pen. Please don't ever, ever stop stocking this perfect gel pen. December 10, 2014
Smoothest writing pen ever! I've been a fan of Pentel pens since the 1970s. This pen represents great value for the money. It's my "go to" pen for everything. I'm a little heavy handed with my writing and other brands of pen failed when the ball fell out of the tip. Not this one though! I have to be careful when I lend my pen to someone because people find out what a great pen it is and walk away with them. My only complaint about them is that I wish they had more ink in them. I usually wear out about a half dozen of them a year. December 22, 2013
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