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FORAY® Liquid Ink Rollerball Pen, 0.7 mm, Fine Point, Turquoise Barrel, Turquoise Ink
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FORAY® Liquid Ink Rollerball Pen, 0.7 mm, Fine Point, Turquoise Barrel, Turquoise Ink

Item # 625716
Smooth, skip-free writing for an improved writing experience
  • Quick-drying liquid ink resists smearing.
  • Fade-resistant, waterproof formula is ideal for archiving.
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Smooth, skip-free writing for an improved writing experience
  • Quick-drying liquid ink resists smearing. 
  • Fade-resistant, waterproof formula is ideal for archiving. 
  • Pocket clip provides easy hands-free carrying. 
  • 0.7 mm fine point for writing precision. 

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Item # 625716 
Manufacturer # 496527  
ink color Turquoise
point type fine
barrel color Turquoise
brand name FORAY
distributor Swinton Avenue Trading Ltd., Inc.
ink type liquid; quick-drying; water-based
pocket clip yes
point size 0.7 mm
postconsumer recycled content 0%
Product Type pen
quantity 1
refillable no
total recycled content 0%

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Rated 2.3 out of 5�by 3 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5�by Nice color ink, but ... This is a nice ink color, but if used on lightweight paper (e.g., a crossword puzzle magazine), it bleeds through the paper. February 16, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5�by skippy do 2 skips, blobs, line width varies. Writes inconsistently always. tried three times to take notes at a meeting. then threw it in the trash February 9, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5�by bleeds Pros: Clever cap insert keeps pen from drying out Cons: This rather wide-barrel pen lacks a comfort grip. It's not practical if you prefer college-ruled paper--many of my lower case letters are filled in due to bleeding/feathering. I love turquoise pens because I can write and underline with them, but in both cases this pen is a disappointment because the ink from one side makes it difficult to read what's written on the other side of the paper. September 24, 2012
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