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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. Black grip and piston with a red cap ring.
Our Price: $14.00

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Product Code: N18060
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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. Black grip and piston with a red cap ring.
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Average Customer Review: 4 of 5 | Total Reviews: 168 Write a review.

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Love these pens July 23, 2014
Reviewer: Michael Hall from Lexington, KY United States  
At some point you realize that you need something besides a fountain pen.  These write well and I love being able to choose my ink.  I bought two and have been showing them off and have others interested in them.

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great! July 18, 2014
Reviewer: Steve West from Tucson, AZ  
A piston filled rollerball! I couldn't get the ball that came attached to the pen to work very well. I put in the spare included, and it's a joy to use. I've loaded it with Bay State Blue. Puts down a nice line of ink effortlessly, and so far, no skipping whatsoever. I use gel rollerballs for work, and now I'll be using this pen. The clip is easy to get on/off the pocket and holds the pen securely.
The price is fantastic--now I just have to find spare rollerball tips (out of stock at Goulet).

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Working great, but... July 9, 2014
Reviewer: Ivan V. from Gatineau, QC Canada  
...a tiny leaking problem. The issue has been very quickly resolved by the amazing Goulet team!

Bought it for my architecture student sister, and she says it's perfect for drawing/sketching with the same fluidity and colours fountain pen inks provide.

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Great pen!!! June 22, 2014
Reviewer: Eran Bilbool from Jerusalem, Jerusalem Israel  
A real delight to write with this pen.
Much better than the J.Herbin refillable rollerball.

The only reason i don't give it an excellent score is because it seems like the quality control is not so good - one of the 2 pens i got has a crooked clip and the nib is not centered.
But other than that, hey it's a 14 USD pen and it's really worth it..

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It's a rollerball. June 22, 2014
Reviewer: Mat B from Scottsbluff, NE United States  
I like it. I bought it for work where I need to write on carbon copies and such and need a pen that could do that and use fountain pen ink.
A lot of people complain about this pen leaking. One must push the air out of the barrel  as the ink level drops or it will leak when the excess air expands. The pen's piston was designed that facilitate that: invert the thing and twist the piston until the air comes out. I could imagine this pen is no fun to use if you don't adhere to this simple step. I've had no leaking problems personally, but then again, I keep the air out of the pen.
It writes a smooth, dryish line that is suitable to signing receipts and such as well as writing on crumby paper without problem and works well on carbon copies. The pen does not work as well on smooth paper, like Clairefontaine.
One minor quirk--the screw finial that holds the clip on likes to come unscrewed, and my cap cracked a bit because I cranked it back on. I foresee gluing this on in the near future.

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