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...
Grip 2011 Set
Classy metal gift box Gift box in gold with Grip Edition fountain pen with nib width M and ballpoint pen with XB smooth running refill Super smooth writing with black...
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....
Original Brass Pen
Durable and versatile, the Machine Era Pen is made to go with you everyday – whether you are jotting action points in a meeting, filling journal pages after a good...
Retro 51 Smithsonian Rollerball
Retro 51 Rollerball Pens - Smithsonian Series Pens representative of Smithsonian Museums. “Life is too short to carry an ugly pen!” Rollerball pen with decorative packaging Don’t forget to get...
Retro 51 Tornado Rollerball
Retro 51 Rollerball Pens - Tornado Series “Life is too short to carry an ugly pen!” Rollerball pen with decorative packaging Don’t forget to get your refill!