A favorite pen for many of us is the Zebra Sarasa Clip, a retractable gel ink pen with a push clip so you don't break the plastic when slipping it on your pocket or notepad. I love this idea, as I do tend to break this part of the pen.
This new Sarasa Clip is the Eco, a green pen using 81% post consumer waste material. I do like this design quite a bit, with the black rubber grip, clear barrel, and the extra-wide clip giving a hit of color in white, blue, and green. For whatever reason I think it's an elegant and modern-looking pen.
Like all the Sarasa pens this gel ink is a smooth-writing instrument. The 0.7mm tip is definitely wide, and doesn't lose any width when you angle the tip. The ink works well on many papers, including a standard-grade notepad I had in my office. No bleed through but a shadow, so double-sided writing may not be available depending on how thin the paper is. But all in all this is a great pen, and a new favorite in the daily arsenal.