|Global Product Type||Pens-Gel Pen|
|Point Size||Available in: 0.38 mm or 0.38 mm; 0.7 mm|
|Point Type||Available in: Medium; Micro or Micro|
|Ink Color(s) Assortment||Available in: Beige; Blue; Blue Black; Blue Green; Bronze; Gold; Golden Yellow; Green Black; Gray; Khaki; Light Pink; Lilac; Mandarin Orange; Metallic Blue; Metallic Green; Metallic Red; Metallic Violet; Prussian Blue; Purple; Red; Silver; Sky Blue; Yellow or Blue Green; Golden Yellow; Light Pink; Mandarin Orange; Prussian Blue; Purple; Red; Sky Blue|
|Special Ink Type||Gel|
|Cap Color(s) Assortment||Available in: Beige; Blue; Blue Black; Dark Gray; Gray; Green Black; Lilac; Metallic Blue; Metallic Green; Metallic Purple; Prussian Blue; Purple; Silver or Blue Green; Golden Yellow; Light Pink; Mandarin Orange; Prussian Blue; Purple; Red; Sky Blue|
|Visible Ink Supply||Yes|
|Pre-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Total Recycled Content Percent||0%|
Choosing the right pen or marker involves considering the ink type, thickness, smoothness, and other factors. Learn how to select the perfect pen for any project.
Even in this modern, digital age, pens still have an important place at work, in the home, and on the go. There are lots of factors to consider when choosing a new writing instrument, such as color, grip type, special inks, and pocket clip types. Beyond the basics, having the right pen for the job can even have a surprising impact on your productivity, creativity, and bottom line. That's why we created this buying guide to help you pick out the perfect pen.