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A rollerball pen that uses fountain pen ink! This pen has a hand made ebonite feed inspired by an 1879 stylo that is fitted with a fine Swiss made ink-ball tip. It has a piston-fill mechanism, and holds a good amount of ink. Includes two replacement nibs.  Black grip and piston with a red cap ring.
Our Price: $14.00

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A rollerball pen that uses fountain pen ink! This pen has a hand made ebonite feed inspired by an 1879 stylo that is fitted with a fine Swiss made ink-ball tip. It has a piston-fill mechanism, and holds a good amount of ink. Includes two replacement nibs. Black grip and piston with a red cap ring.
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Average Customer Review: 4 of 5 | Total Reviews: 156 Write a review.

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works well April 21, 2014
Reviewer: Elizabeth Pou from Asheville, NC United States  
I am impressed at how nicely the rollerball works.   I  haven't used it enough to determine longevity.  So far, I'm quite pleased.

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I wish I could break this review down..... April 5, 2014
Reviewer: joshua Spaz from joshuaspaz.tumblr.com  
First off I'm not biases about this pen. I would buy another and I will once the new materials and colors come out (soon according to the company).
The pen writes like a champ.  Perfect as a writing pen. Small enough for my shirt pocket. It doesn't skip and if it does,  remove the nib and drop in a new one.
If the pen leaks, hold it upright and screw the plunger so it removes the extra air in the body. Problem solved.
After a day I developed a crack in the cap. I didn't even screw it on too tight. The body material isjust VERY brittle.  I mean after two weeks its almost unusable because of all the cracks in the body it's developed. It's only been clipped to my shirt collar hanging around. I never dropped it or sat on it. It's just plane brittle.  But like I said the company is releasing this in other body colors.

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Helps with Work Forms April 1, 2014
Reviewer: Donovan from Oakland, CA United States  
Where I work I fill out lots of forms that have many carbon copies.

I wanted to utilize all my fountain pen ink but still be able fill out these forms, so I purchased one of these pens.

The pen writes well for me, looks nice on the page; However, about half way through my forms the pen starts to go "dry." It starts out very nice and wet but with a good deal of continuous writing begins  to fade fast then becomes difficult to get ink on the page.

If you wait a few minutes it's back to normal and repeats. I've only used one ink Noodler's Bernanke Blue.

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Inexpensive, self-filling pen March 15, 2014
Reviewer: George  
Inexpensive, refillable rollerball demo pen with a rotary piston self-filling mechanism, can fill with any color or quality of FP ink. I've had HOD in it for waterproof notes, and custom color mix too.
Compact size of the pen is great for the pocket but tricky for large hands. Is there a rollerball feed insert for the Ahab?

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Leaked when new, but OK now February 22, 2014
Reviewer: Loren Steel from Kirkland, WA United States  
My Noodler's Nib Creaper Piston-Fill Rollerball Pen leaked when I first got it.  I had filled it with Noodler's El' Lawrence.  

Before contacting Goulet Pen for troubleshooting or an exchange, I thoroughly washed it, including removal of the fiber core from the roller tip.  The fiber core seemed to have lumpy particles on it.  Not sure if this was from the ink or from manufacturing of the pen.  I rinsed the core several times, soaked it in bleach for a few minutes and rinsed a few more times, then reassembled and filled it with Noodler's Zhivago.

It took a while for the Zhivago to flush through the core, bit it writes OK now and there are no leaks (yet).

This is my first experience with a refillable roller ball pen and I have found it to be, well, kind of OK, I guess.  I don't usually use roller ball pens anyway and I got this one to use for signing checks and other things requiring more pressure than I'd use with a fountain pen.  I probably will not get another one.

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