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Zebra G-750 Gel Pen

The Zebra G-750 is a retractable gel pen from the Zebra “7” series, which includes the company’s famous F-701 ballpoint. As of November 2019 the pen is not yet released but has appeared in some of Zebra’s marketing materials.

The G-750 is expected to have a 0.7 mm tip size refill with Zebra’s quick-drying gel ink. The specific refill will likely be Zebra’s JK (88112) gel refill, the same used in the G-301, not the larger Sarasa refill used in the newer G-350.

The pen will be all black, with all the hardware being matte black. Being part of the 7 series means it’s likely that the pen will be entirely metal, especially if Zebra learned from the poor feedback people had when the X-701 ruggedized pen used a plastic grip.

The pen’s design looks similar to the black version of the F-701, something that fans of the pen have been wanting for some time.

There is very little information available about the pen yet but it looks to be very similar in appearance to the F-701 but with a different taper to the front of the pen.

Zebra G-750 Gel Pen Information

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Manufacturer Zebra
Pen Type Rollerball / Gel
Barrel Color Black
Barrel Material Metal
Grip Color Black
Grip Material Metal
Country of Origin Japan
Still Sold Yes
Release Year2020
Similar To
Capped? Retractable?Retractable - Top Button
Length Capped / Retracted (cm)13.5
Weight (g)