Review: Zebra Sarasa Clip 0.4mm Gray

Zebra Sarasa

So are you as disappointed with the Sharpie Liquid Pencil as I am, but still wouldn't mind trying out a lead coloered gel ink pen?  Well, the Zebra Sarasa Clip 0.4mm Gray may be something for you to check out.

I have reviewed a plethora of the Zebra Sarasa Clip pens already, but I keep coming back for more since they are such good pens (try the Viridian Green).  They feel just right in the hand, have a great grip, and have a crisp, clean line from start to finish.  I personally have zero complaints - especially at $1.50 each - but some people do find them to be a bit scratchy.  Unless it is absolutely terrible, that is something that doesn't phase me on sub-0.5mm pens.

The gray ink color is a little light for me, but as I mentioned in the written review, this is one pen that would probably work better on a plain white page as opposed to the grid+lines of my Doane Paper.  It does have a pencil lead quality to the color, so if the Sharpie Liquid Pencil left you high and dry you may want to give this a look.  Just don't attepmt to erase it or take a Scantron test with it.

Click here for the XL review.

Products used:

Zebra Sarasa Clip 0.4mm Cool Grey from JetPens

Writing Pad from Doane Paper

Posted on September 7, 2010 and filed under Pen Reviews, Sarasa, Zebra.