Pilot 31401 G6 Retractable Gel Pens

Pilot 31401 G6 Retractable Gel Pens

Fine Pen Point - 0.7 mm Pen Point Size - Refillable - Retractable - Black Gel-based Ink - Black Rubber Barrel - 12 / Dozen
Item #: PIL31401
5 Star Rating (1 customer reviews)

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  • 0.7 mm Fine point; Black ink
  • Gel ink is acid-free, archival-safe, water-resistant, fade-resistant and smearproof
  • Black barrel; refillable; retractable
  • Smooth-writing gel ink and oversized barrel
  • Contoured finger grip for improved writing comfort and control
The Manufacturer's Description Retractable pen features smooth-writing gel ink, a rolling ball tip, rubber-coated barrel, and contoured finger grip that improves writing comfort and control. Acid-free, archival-safe gel ink formula is water-resistant, fade-resistant and smearproof. Long-writing pen is refillable with the G2 gel ink refill.


Product TypeGel Pen
Brand NamePilot
ManufacturerPilot Corporation
Product NameG6 Retractable Gel Pens
Product LineG6
Manufacturer Part Number31401
Manufacturer Website Addresshttp://www.pilotpen.us
Packaged Quantity12 / Dozen


Grip TypeComfort
Pen Point Size0.7 mm
Barrel ColorBlack
Barrel MaterialRubber
Pen PointFine
Country of OriginJapan
Ink ColorBlack
Assembly RequiredNo
FeaturesFade Resistant
FeaturesWater Resistant
FeaturesSmear Proof Ink
FeaturesAcid-free Ink
Ink TypeGel-based


UPC code072838314017
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Product Classification CodeWKAA
Country of OriginJP
Ready to AssembleN
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Overall: product rating based on 1 reviews Leave your own review!

product reviews 2/2/2012
This is my favorite pen, nice and fat and easy to grip. Staples stopped carrying them several years ago, and I looked all over. When I found them last year at Logan Airport (a Hudson's News store), I realized they might still be made. I Googled the pens, found your store and voila!