Pen #17/18.
Zebra Eco “Sarasa” Clip + Zebra Eco “Jimnie” Clip
Well, I was going to sit down and write two completely seperate reviews for these two pens; at least until I figured out that both of them are simply “environmentally responsible” versions of two of Zebra’s standards. There are two main “drawing points” for these two pens. 1.) The adjustable clip (enabling them to be clipped onto thicker binders and such.) 2.) Both pens claim to be made from approximately 70-75% recycled materials (although, both use standard refills). Both pens live up to the quality standards I have come to expect from Zebra (although the ballpoint skips a little), and both are exceptionally comfortable to write with (cause we all know recycled rubber grips are 10 times more comfortable than the non-recycled kind). The “Eco-Sarasa” lays down a smooth consistent line, and while I personally wouldn’t purchase many of them (due to the fact that I’ve only seen them in black, no blues or reds), it’s still an excellent pen.
“Eco-Sarasa”: 0.7mm, 4.5 out of 5 stars…
“Eco-Jimnie”: 0.7mm-1.0mm, 3.5 out of 5 stars…


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