Rollerball pens use a similar writing mechanism as a ballpoint, (a tiny ball at the end of a tube of ink) but use water-based ink rather than the viscous, oil-based ink of a traditional ballpoint. This gives the roller ball pen the smooth wet ink effect of a fountain pen. These liquid-ink type rollerball pens were introduced in 1963 by the Japanese company Ohto. Gel pens were later created in 1982 and use a thicker pigmented ink, incorporating a wider range of colors and metallics.
Grip 2011 FineWriter
Smooth writing experience. Soft grip zone for an ergonomic hold. Blue FineWriter with erasable ink. Stable metal clip. Suitable for right- and left-handers. High-quality metal-encased fiber tip. Refillable. Additional refill...
Ondoro Wood Roller Ball
Hexagonal smoked oak wood barrel. Cap made of highly polished chromed metal with a spring-loaded metal clip. Cap pulls off and can be posted on the back end when writing....