Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Zebra Pens Holiday Gift Guide 2017

Zebra has many pens types for you to use to write, draw, color and more with and I was sent a variety to review which are Zensations  Brush Pens which I got Black Fine Tip, Black Medium Tip, Black Super Fine Tip and Black Double Ended Fine & Medium Tip these are good for lettering, illustrations or manga as they offer deep rich black color and varying lines widths depending on applied pressure. The brush tip allows for thick and thin lines, permanent pigment ink that is acid-free, archival quality for listing impressions, water resistant, cap snaps tight to keep fresh for a longer life, and AP Non-Toxic.
Zensations Colored Pencils are easy to hold, colorful and bold as these mechanical colored pencils provide smooth, rich, vibrant colors that blend easily with shading and color mixtures. The triangular barrel makes it easy to hold as it provides excellent control while you color or sketch with a 2.0mm lead that is durable, long-lasting and completely refillable. 

They have a non-toxic lead which makes them great for writing or coloring. They come in 24 colors which are black, red, green, peach, blue, brown, yellow, deep fuchsia, pink, orange, sky blue, light pink, bright lilac, steel grey, ice blue, ruby, red, light green, yellow ochre light, dark brown, light peach, white, blush pink, terracotta and sap green which I got all of them.

Sarasa Fineliner these define the new fine ink performance with a unique writing and drawing experience. The needlepoint is preferred by those seeking a fine tip, but the ink lay down of a fine tip marker that has smooth, vibrant long-lasting color these are water resistant, acid-free and a 0.8 mm point. They come in 12 colors which I got   BlackBlueDark BlueGoldGreenLight BlueLight GreenLight PinkOrangePurple / VioletRedSilverYellowBrownDark BrownFluorescent GreenFluorescent PinkFluorescent PurpleFluorescent YellowGolden YellowGreyLight MagentaRuby, and Sky Blue.

M 301 Mechanical Pencil features a sleek, sophisticated appearance housed in a rugged steel body for lasting performance. It is retractable and fits perfectly in your pocket with a metal clip to secure along with being refillable and comes in a package of 2.

M 701 Mechanical Pencil is stainless steel tip and barrel and made for serious communicator looking to embody their personal style with a stainless steel metal grip for writing confidence it is also retractable with 0/7 mm lead that is refillable.

Cadoozles Mechanical Pencil Woodland Critters, Classroom Series, cupcake, thanksgiving, Christmas, tiger, Easter and leopard  with a thicker 0.9mm lead to resist breakage. These pencils also come in fun patterns that make them a top choice for active learners.  A mechanical pencil that is anything but “mechanical”

Zebra Fountain Pen Enjoy the vibrant colors, control, and smooth writing of the Zebra Fountain Pen. No cartridge worries thanks to an innovative ink system. This free-flowing fountain pen provides an efficient dispensing of the ink utilizing every drop in the colors of black, blue, red, green, teal, purple and pink.

Sarasa Fineliner Pen Assorted 12 pack is 0.8mm defines new fine ink performance with a unique writing and drawing experience. The needle point is preferred by those seeking the performance of a fine tip pen, but the ink lay down of a fine tip marker. Smooth expressive long-lasting color writing for the artist in all of us.

My Opinion: I really like the design and style of all the products I like the colored pencils and the Sarasa fineliners as they are easy to color and draw with they are perfect. The Cadoozle pencils will make great stocking stuffers for kids and my young nieces and nephews. All Zebra Pen products will be great stocking stuffers for everyone on your list. 

To see more visit https://www.zebrapen.com

Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

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