4/18/10

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

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4/18/10

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

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4/18/10

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.

4/18/10

I don't get it - why get expensive pens? A pen is a pen...

4/19/10

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...

4/19/10

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

4/19/10

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

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4/19/10

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.

4/19/10

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...

4/19/10

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.

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5/7/10

I like the Zebra F402.

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5/7/10

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

5/7/10
5/7/10
In reply to alex2551
5/7/10
alex2551:

http://www.altmanluggage.com/cross_at008226.php

Dude, Cross sucks. Half the pens I have from them don't even write.

5/7/10

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

8/30/12

InkYourDeal has a nice selection of pens. Check it out I am sure you will find what you are looking for:
http://www.inkyourdeal.com/executive-pens/big-bold...

8/30/12
8/30/12
8/30/12

http://www.amazon.co.uk/BIC-For-Amber-Medium-Ballp...

Hands down, the best pens ever. I do not believe I would have gotten through my maths without them! If you don't believe me, the proof is in the reviews.

11/11/15

You can go for cross if you are looking for ballpoint pens...you can get the best offers on william penn..it has a wide range of ballpoint pens

11/11/15

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