A pack of 2 BIC 4 Colours ballpoint pens to cover all your writing needs: the iconic refillable Original with medium 1.0 mm blue, black, red, and green points; the smaller BIC 4 Colours Mini with the same ink colours; the BIC 4 Colours Fluo pen with inks in blue, black, red and a wider 1.2 mm fluorescent yellow tip; the sleek BIC 4 Colours Shine with a metallic barrel; the BIC 4 Colours Fun with a turquoise barrel and pink, purple, turquoise, and lime green inks; and the BIC 4 Colours Sun ball pen with inks in pink, purple, orange, and yellow. All 6 pens feature the classic round barrel, pocket clip, and lanyard hole on top. No one else can be BIC.
The BIC 4 Colors Grip has a translucent blue barrel with a grip, so fingers don't get cramps while the ideas flow. Ideal for high-volume writing at the office, in a lecture, or when taking long notes. Invented in 1970, the BIC 4 Colors Original ballpoint pen was revolutionary because it could change colors in a click – without changing pens. Blue, black, red, green. It's easier to write, memorize, and organize notes with 4 colors. Ground-breaking then and legendary now, BIC fans around the world have been using the BIC 4 Colors pen for decades. Millions of BIC 4 Colors pens have been sold and they each hold a special place in someone's heart. For some it's their trusty pen, for others a tool of the trade, a sidekick for visionaries. Students of any age can't take notes without it and some artists depend on it for inspiration. It's so easy to spot this classic pen with the blue and white barrel, the unmistakable clicking buttons, convenient clip for attaching it to your notebook, and the signature white lanyard hole. A genuine BIC.
Let the BIC 4 Colors Grip ballpoint pen arrange everything. Color-code your work in blue, red, green and black
For those endless meetings, you'll love the padded extra-comfort grip
The 4 medium 1.0 mm tips are perfect for anything from note-taking and diagrams to annotations and to-do lists
Long live the BIC 4 Colors Grip ballpoint pen. Each ink cartridge writes for an average of 2 km – that's a total of 8 km