The Pilot G2 Limited is a metal-bodied, executive pen based on the popular Pilot G2.
The Pilot G2 Pro is a variant on the standard Pilot G2 gel pen that features a slightly upgraded body, but it’s still essentially the same pen as the G2.
The Libretto is a rollerball-style pen that uses Pentel’s Energel gel ink refills. Pentel calls it’s a “Roller Gel” pen despite that not being a popular naming convention.
The Energel Pro Permanent, sometimes call simply the Energel Pro or Energel Permanent, is a variant of the Energel liquid gel pen that uses a permanent, waterproof pigment-based ink. The ink is quick-drying like that of all Energel pens, but it’s also waterproof, fade-resistant, and fraud-proof.
The Karas Kustoms Bolt is a metal, machined pen with a bolt-style knock. The current version of the pen is known as the Bolt V2, marking some slight changes between it and the previous version.
The Zebra Sarasa Grand is one of the best deals in the pen world. It’s a metal pen that uses Zebra’s excellent Sarasa gel link, and sells for under $10. It’s almost impossible to beat.
The Pilot Dr. Grip Gel is a popular pen that is known for its comfortable grip and wide availability. Dr. Grip pens are sold in ballpoint (the most popular type) and gel models, as well as a mechanical pencil.
The Sharpie S-Gel is a retractable gel pen that is aimed at office users. It’s designed to take the boldness and ease-of-use of a Sharpie marker to a pen, but doesn’t offer anything new to buyers.
The Uni-ball One is a gel pen that uses pigmented ink in order to produce clearly writing and water-resistance.
The Zebra Sarasa Dry X30 is a quick drying gel that is at the top end of the “X” family. Other pens in the family as the X1, X10, and X20.
The Zebra Sarasa Dry X20 is, in many ways, the standard Zebra Sarasa gel pen. This is the most standard looking, and in many ways the best pen from the Zebra “X” line of quick-drying gel pens.