So is it multipens, multi-pens, or multi pens? And why do I care?
Let’s get to it.
This Surari, with its orange body, is a flat out winner. No doubt about it. In fact, a sane person would stop buying pens after they acquired this one. After all, you’ve got all four of your daily ink requirements packed into one medium sized pen body. Black, blue, red, and green. This team can handle any jotting, editing, drawing, scribbling, list making, color-coding need. Buy this and you’re ALL SET.
The grip is just right, too. It’s grippy enough to be helpful, but not so grippy that it’s distracting. Know what I mean?
The ink color is selected by sliding down the associated plunger button thingie (is there a technical term for that?), except for black, which is selected by sliding down the pen clip. But you would’ve figured that out for yourself.
And the emulsion ink is just wonderful. You can tell that by the green. SO many times, the black, blue, and red look great, but the green is anemic and disappointing. Not so in this one. I don’t use a lot of green, but when I do, I want it to be GREEEEEEN.
Emulson ink is, according to Jetpens, low-friction, smear-proof, and water-resistant. All this for $4.95. Mere peanuts.
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And now Zebra is selling the ZMulsion refillable 1.0 pen at Staples…was on online only special for 40% off last week (though the ad copy math was wrong…) Nice pen, quite similar, a bit less flowy than the Jetstream 1.0.