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BIC For Her Medium Ballpoint Pen (Box of 12) - Black

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Box 12
Black
  • Medium point retractable ball pen available in black and blue ink
  • Designed to fit comfortably in a womans hand
  • Attractive barrel design available in pink and purple
  • Smooth writing
  • 1.0mm tip gives line width of 0.4mm
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Product Information

Size Name: Box 12 | Colour Name: Black
Technical Details
BrandBic
Model Number892312
Item Weight159 g
Product Dimensions15.8 x 5.6 x 3.4 cm
ColourBlack
Number of Items1
SizeBox 12
Point Typemedium
Ink ColourBlack
Tip Typeballpoint
Manufacturer Part NumberBIC® for Her Amber
  
Additional Information
ASINB004FTGJUW
Best Sellers Rank 12,363 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight159 g
Date First Available1 Jun 2011
  
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Size Name: Box 12 | Colour Name: Black

Product Description

A beautifully smooth ball pen designed specifically for women. The pink barrel has a great floral design that continues onto the metal cone. Super smooth Easy Glide ink & a cushioned grip make writing with this pen ultra comfortable!

For more than 60 years Bic has created and produced simple, inventive and reliable products, which are the preferred choice of millions of consumers worldwide!

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12 Bic For Her Ball Pens

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74 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Andy on 1 Sep 2012
Colour Name: BlackSize Name: Box 12
There's no doubt in anyone's mind that I am a man, a real man, a manly man. From the moment I left school I joined up and wore the Queen's uniform. The chest-ful of medals came in the ensuing years through my acts of manly courage as I moved from war zone to war zone saving the lives of the poor unfortunates as I despatched the enemy two at a time by lining them up in the sights of my high-powered rifle. Once I felt that the evil ones were all gone I left to start in a manual job and to take myself a wife, a proper femine one who wore skirts and safety knickers. The job was hard. My hands calloused and cracked to the point that they could be used as sandpaper on the roughest surfaces. Through this time I was supported by my wife who would have my washed clothes laid out for me every morning and a steaming dinner ready as I walked through the door each night. She started to change though; suddenly she was wearing jeans and some contrivance of underwear called a thong. I would often get home to a note saying that my dinner was in the oven; unwashed plates and cups in the sink, undarned socks in her sewing basket. I decided to investigate further, it was then that I found a box of Bic for Her pens in the dressing table beside her bed. That had to be why she had become so disobedient; it was the only the answer. I took one from the box and through my rough workman's hands I felt a gentle tingle. What was going on? The tingling built up into a pulsing sensation and I felt something change within me. Feeling dizzy and nauseous I slumped to the bed and as my head cleared I noticed the face moisturiser on the top of the dressing table.Read more ›
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5,486 of 5,551 people found the following review helpful By Mr. J. Stevens on 28 Aug 2012
Colour Name: BlackSize Name: Box 12
Normally I only use pens designed and created for real men, in colours appropriate to such instruments of masculinity - black like my chest hair or blue like the steely glint of my eyes, or the metallic paintwork of my convertible Mustang sportscar. Imagine then the situation I found myself in when, upon taking delivery of another shipment of motorbike parts and footballs, I reached for and grasped not my normal BIC pen, but a `BIC for Her Amber Medium Ballpoint Pen' (evidently ordered by my well-meaning, but ill-informed girlfriend whilst my back was turned). I knew something was wrong when I had to physically restrain my hands, gnarled and worn from a lifetime of rock-climbing and shark wrestling, from crushing the fragile implement like a Faberge egg. Things only went downhill from there.

Normally my hand writing is defined and strong, as if chiselled in granite by the Greek gods themselves, however upon signing my name I noticed that my signature was uncharacteristically meandering and looping. More worryingly the dots above the I's manifested themselves as hearts, and I found myself finishing off the signature with a smiley face and kisses. Obviously I had no choice but to challenge the delivery man to a gun fight on the rim of an erupting volcano in order to reassert my dominance. Had I not won this honourable duel this particular mistake might have resulted in a situation that no amount of expensive single malt whiskey and Cuban cigars could banish. I leave this review here as a warning to all men about the dangers of using this particular device, and suffice-it-to-say will return to signing my name with a nail gun as normal.
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4,752 of 4,831 people found the following review helpful By daveyclayton on 16 Aug 2012
Colour Name: BlackSize Name: Box 12
I bought this pen (in error, evidently) to write my reports of each day's tree felling activities in my job as a lumberjack. It is no good. It slips from between my calloused, gnarly fingers like a gossamer thread gently descending to earth between two giant redwood trunks.
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2,388 of 2,428 people found the following review helpful By A keen skier on 3 Sep 2012
Colour Name: BlackSize Name: Box 12
My husband has never allowed me to write, as he doesn't want me touching mens pens. However when I saw this product, I decided to buy it (using my pocket money) and so far it has been fabulous! Once I had learnt to write, the feminine colour and the grip size (which was more suited to my delicate little hands) has enabled me to vent thoughts about new recipe ideas, sewing and gardening. My husband is less pleased with this product as he believes it will lead to more independence and he hates the feminine tingling sensation (along with the visions of fairies and rainbows) he gets whenever he picks it up.
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177 of 180 people found the following review helpful By DeeWriteful on 18 Jan 2013
Colour Name: BlackSize Name: Box 12
Ok, I bought these last week because I wanted to write a story about a princess who has been kidnapped by a wicked witch (who is obviously fat and dark-haired, like all evil people), and is trapped in a tower made out of ribbons. Her only friend is a really cute and slightly mischievous butterfly. In the story, the princess is in great distress, because she can't find her way back to the palace where her Prince Charming awaits her. But her Prince Charming KNOWS how helpless and feeble she is, so he decides to save her, using all his manly strength and logic. I don't want to give away any more of the story, to be honest, but SPOILER ALERT! - at the end he saves her and then they get married and there are loads of unicorns everywhere and they fart sparkles and people snort rainbows at the wedding reception.

Anyway, so I sat down with my 'Bic For Her' pens, ready to get writing, and what happened? Every time I tried to write 'princess', the pen wrote 'wrestler'. Everytime I tried to write 'butterfly', the pen wrote 'rotweiler'. Everytime I mentioned 'Prince Charming', the pen wrote 'Vin Diesel'. I am pretty sure that they made a mistake at the factory and put the 'for him' ink inside these pens. I have written to Bic to tell them of the mix up and am awaiting a reply.

In the meantime, I have given these pens to my boyfriend. His skin blisters a bit when he touches the girly outsides of the pen, but he wears special gloves, and so far he has written the most awesome story about loads of dudes doing cool stuff and being really strong.
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