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Lipton’s iced tea-scented pens


Japanese stationery company Zebra is celebrating the 10th anniversary of their Sarasa Clip pens, which is why they have teamed up with world-famous tea maker Lipton to launch a unique line of ball-point pens. It is releasing 10 pens each with the aroma of a different flavor of Lipton iced tea sold in the Japanese market.

The 0.5-millimeter ball-point pens will be sold individually for 157 yen or in packs of five for 787 yen.

Source: PR Times

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