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Discussion in 'Pens, Pencils, Notebooks, and Notebook Covers' started by Cao87, Feb 23, 2019.

  1. Cao87

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    Hi I work in a warehouse where I have to sign
    Invoices and I am looking for a pen that is a
    Clicker pen and isn’t expensive and if I drop it
    I don’t have to worry that it breaks and it lasts
    Long


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  2. neo71665

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    My experience around warehouses is just go buy a big pack of bics. Pens seem to grow legs really fast in that type of environment. Matter of fact I think they skip legs and grow wings.
     
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  3. Tesla

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    +1 on bag-o-Bics
     
  4. Donald Hamilton

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    For a cheap disposable, you can’t beat a Zebra Zgrip!


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  5. Tallboyjim

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    Uniball power tank. Not mega mega cheap, but only a quid or so each. THeyll write on anything at any angle. Wouldn’t be without mine.
     
  6. HarryD

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    If you don’t want disposable check out the Zebra F701, all stainless steel, I like the feel & weight. They only run $5.00 - $7.00.
     
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  7. Till

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    I like Parker Jotters for heavy duty pens.


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  8. this_is_nascar

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    Get a bag of pens from Dollar Tree. You'll save yourself headaches in the future.


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  9. Water-Rat

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    As said above, a bag of bic clickys is probably the way to go. They're tough, write well enough, and they're cheap enough that it doesn't matter if you lose one. Now, if you did want something that looked nice but was still relatively cheap, the Zebra F701 mentioned above is the way to go. It writes well, looks awesome, is tough enough to take abuse, and is still on the cheap side.
     
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    Go cheap or go home...
     
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    +1 on this pen! Best overall/bang for the buck

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  12. Tesla

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    Disagree about F701 being good bang for the buck. Stainless Jotter can be had for under $10 and actually writes--which is the first job of a pen. I do like the ergonomics of the F701, but the Zebra refills are THE worst ballpoint refills ever. If you actually need to write with a throwaway pen, go for case-o'BIC