PAP1945910

InkJoy 700 RT Ballpoint Pens

1 mm Point Size - Black Ink - Black Barrel - 4 / Pack

Reg. Price $8.43

Our Price $8.11 Per Pack

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Unique writing system starts quickly without dragging and delivers crisp, clean lines
Combines hourglass shape with rubberized grip for comfort and control
Solid metal accents provide long-lasting durability
Retractable; Black ink
  • Additional Info
SKU
PAP1945910
Manufacturer
Newell Rubbermaid, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number
1945910
Brand Name
Paper Mate
Product Series
700 RT
Packaged Quantity
4 / Pack
Product Type
Ballpoint Pen
Point Size
1 mm
Ink Color
Black
Retractable
Yes
Grip Type
Comfort
Features
Durable
Recycled
No

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Paper MateInkJoy 700 RT Ballpoint Pens
 
3.8

(based on 18 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (9)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (2)

72%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Best Pen Ever!

I bought several of these more than a year ago and absolutely love them. Unfortunately now that I am in need of refills I cannot find them anywhere in blue, which is my ink...Read complete review

I bought several of these more than a year ago and absolutely love them. Unfortunately now that I am in need of refills I cannot find them anywhere in blue, which is my ink color of choice. I have searched a half dozen vendors or more on line but no-one has the refill I need. Some even have removed the refill from their website likely because they were out of stock for an extended period and it wasn't known if they would get more. I found one on line vendor who appeared to have them in stock and placed my order only to have them cancel it a day later because they were out of stock and did not know if they would be able to get more in stock. So unfortunately although I love the pen I would not recommend this pen to anyone, nor am I likely to even consider purchasing any other papermate refillable pens in the future given my experience with this one.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

In the reject pile

I purchased these pieces of garbage thinking I was getting four different color pens. WRONG! They were all black!!!!! I try to find the best in every pen I purchase, but...Read complete review

I purchased these pieces of garbage thinking I was getting four different color pens. WRONG! They were all black!!!!! I try to find the best in every pen I purchase, but there was nope hope in these horrible writing utensils. They did not write smooth or efficiently. Paper mate is my preferred pen brand and I am very disappointed with these disgraces. Go ahead and splurge on their gel pens and skip these awful pens. Sincerely, a very disappointed paper mate pen lover.

Reviewed by 18 customers

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2.0

Like the pen style but .....

By cntryloco

from Boise, ID, United States

Comments about Paper Mate InkJoy 700 RT Ballpoint Pens:

Bought a 2 pack of these recently and although they write smooth, they sometimes wont if they are not used for awhile, but the first one the silver tip popped off and wont stay tight. One click and it pops off again. Not sure how long the second one will last.

 
5.0

The best pen ever

By Jeremy

from New Mexico, United States

Comments about Paper Mate InkJoy 700 RT Ballpoint Pens:

I've used all kinds of pens and this by far my favorite pen ever.I like it so much I am going to go buy a whole pack of them and share them with my coworkers..thank you Paper Mate for such a quality product

 
1.0

Ink smears

By chris11

from Orange, CA, United States

Comments about Paper Mate InkJoy 700 RT Ballpoint Pens:

I bought a four pack of these pens for work. The pens look and feel great, but the ink smears on the paper and on my hands. Not sure, maybe a bad lot, but very disappointed.

 
4.0

Smooth writer- needs finer point

By MaryMoon_2017

from Queen Creek, AZ, United States

Comments about Paper Mate InkJoy 700 RT Ballpoint Pens:

I bought this pen because I have a papermate flex grip that is so old that the name of the style has worn off - it is similar but has plastic clip and click. The point is a little finer and it's probably at least three years old. The new pen is ok, but I would like the point a little finer but it's better than other ones I've tried in my search to replace my flex grip. So I guess I will continue my search for the replacement.

 
4.0

Love the Pen, Where are Refills

By SAR55

from DMV

Comments about Paper Mate InkJoy 700 RT Ballpoint Pens:

I love this pen but it is impossible to find refills. Do you carry them? Can you recommend someone who has them. I want blue.

 
5.0

Love the pen

By karenfromwi

from Monroe, WI, United States

Comments about Paper Mate InkJoy 700 RT Ballpoint Pens:

I enjoy using these pens and always buy them! My question is are these refillable? I would prefer to buy a pen that is refillable. thanks!

 
3.0

Comfortable and smooth writing

By Laurie

from Seattle, WA, United States

Comments about Paper Mate InkJoy 700 RT Ballpoint Pens:

I like how comfortable these pens are. I have small hands and thin fingers, and most pens are too big or contoured wrong to be comfortable. I have found these pens to be very smooth and fast in writing, which I appreciate for work and fast note taking. However, the tips of these pens keeps coming unscrewed. I am on my 3rd pen and while I like them enough that I prefer them to my other pens, the fact that the top keeps coming unscrewed while I'm writing to the point I have to stop every 10 minutes to tighten is really annoying. Also, the ink runs out much faster than other pens. I go through one pen about every 2 weeks, rather than a few months with other pens. While I like the comfort and nice ink flow on these pens, I'm going to look for an alternative.

 
5.0

Smooth

By AmandaLynn

from Corbin, KY, United States

Comments about Paper Mate InkJoy 700 RT Ballpoint Pens:

So happy with this product. It's my favorite pen ever!

 
4.0

Love this pen, but....

By Divalette

from Richmond, VA, United States

Comments about Paper Mate InkJoy 700 RT Ballpoint Pens:

I have purchased this pen on many occasions. They write wonderfully smooth, but in the mist of writing something the pen broke down. The silver tip came off! It would not go back on. This has happened to me 3 different times 3 different pens. Do they come apart after a certain time?

 
5.0

I cannot use another pen after using ink joy blue.

By Mark

from Fort Myers, FL, United States

Comments about Paper Mate InkJoy 700 RT Ballpoint Pens:

I cannot use another pen after using ink joy blue. I keep two at all times.

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