• Sharebar

Budget ~$50 as I have a bad habit of losing things, links would be helpful.

The WSO Advantage - Investment Banking

Financial Modeling Training

IB Templates, M&A, LBO, Valuation + Learn More.

IB Interview Prep Pack

30,000+ sold & REAL questions Learn More.

Resume Help from Actual IB Pros

Land More IB Interviews. Learn More.

Find Your Perfect IB Mentor

Realistic IB Mock Interviews. Learn More.

Comments (21)

  • ElijahPrice's picture

    The ones from TD Bank. Best part? THEY'RE FREE.

  • TNA's picture

    Just get bic rollerballs. If you are going to get a nice pen get a mont blanc or something. When it comes to pens it is really super cheap or super expensive. No real sense getting mid range.

    I suppose you could look into Parker for a solid mid range pen. I love Zebra F-301 for everyday use.

  • drexelalum11's picture

    Agree w/ AnthonyD, there's no such thing as a good midrange pen - half the ones I have around that price range don't even write, and the other half have some ridiculous weight.

    In my opinion, the uni-ball roller grip is the absolute best pen mankind has ever made.
    http://www.staples.com/uni-ball-Roller-Grip-Pens/p...

  • PA's picture

    Pilot G2.
    everyone uses them. if you don't, who are you?

The WSO Advantage - Investment Banking

Financial Modeling Training

IB Templates, M&A, LBO, Valuation + Learn More.

IB Interview Prep Pack

30,000+ sold & REAL questions Learn More.

Resume Help from Actual IB Pros

Land More IB Interviews. Learn More.

Find Your Perfect IB Mentor

Realistic IB Mock Interviews. Learn More.

  • jackofalltrades's picture

    I really do like the uniball grip, along with drexelalum, but i prefer the gel ink in the 207.

    --
    Support WSO.com and visit these links!
    Financial Modeling Training
    Guide to Finance Interviews

  • TNA's picture

    See, I never got into the gel ink. I like the Pilot Precise V7 Roller Ball though.

    Only on WSO would people be quoting specific brands of pens they like lol.

  • pey3's picture

    The best pens to use at work are the ones with the big hello kitty cat doll on the end. I think the end piece provides a perfect balance of weight distribution to minimize the stress and fatigue on the wrist and fingers when writing for long periods of time.
    http://www.salesmanb2b.com/attachment/product2/125...

  • kingtut's picture

    I have a nice Cross pen that I keep in my ledger for client meetings. That's the only time I use it. You'd look like a tool as an analyst if you were constantly writing with a $50+ pen.

  • hosacanseco's picture

    I like the Zebra F402.

    Professional Bro,
    J. Cans

  • PossumBelly's picture

    Paper Mate Profile 1.4mm....I hoard them.

  • youngmonkey's picture

    ^I have a couple Cross pens and I think they're great!

  • Bennie321's picture

    To unlock this content for free, please login / register below.

    Connecting helps us build a vibrant community. We'll never share your info without your permission. Sign up with email or if you are already a member, login here Bonus: Also get 6 free financial modeling lessons for free ($200+ value) when you register!