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Noodler's Clear Piston-Fill Rollerball Pen


 
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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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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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A nice pen. August 27, 2014
Reviewer: Sam Pridmore from Colts Neck, NJ United States  
A nice inkball with a good ink capacity and a nice nib. It does have some feedback, but not to a point were it is unpleasant. If it seems scratchy, give it a week or so, and it will become miraculously smoother. Don't ask me why, but that's what happened to me.

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Great work pen August 25, 2014
Reviewer: Steven W from Placentia , CA United States  
Can't use a fountain pen at work, so this is a great pen for me. It allows me choices in ink and fills a void I have!

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Excellent Drawing Pen. August 19, 2014
Reviewer: Rory Keller from Oceanside, NY United States  
I bought this pen for drawing primarily. It generally lays down a lovely medium weight line. It can also really roll out a lot of ink if held at a severe angle.
The speed and tilt of the pen can get you a variety of thick and thins, but If you want a very fine line you'll have difficulty getting it with this.
The twist action piston in this pen is very smooth and the reservoir quite large. It rolls out far more ink than say, Noodler's Ahab, and will need to be refilled more often.
It's quite small compared to other Noodler's, shorter, thinner and very light.
It came with three roller nibs, all appear the same size.
I would recommend it for drawing or to anyone with fairly large handwriting. If your script is small you may not find it to your liking.
It has leaked a bit once, but was contained by the threaded cap. I find that if the air bubble in the reservoir becomes too large, it may leak a bit, so I advance it as it depletes by setting it point up and twisting slowly.


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Great idea, poor execution August 18, 2014
Reviewer: Thiago jp from Petrolina, Pernambuco Brazil  
Same thing with the other noodlers pens, it could use a better quality control. Love the idea, and it actually sucks well ink, writes smoothly, but it leaks an awful lot. But i actually quite like it, it's one of my edc actually. I understand and respect the idea of noodlers, to make awesome pens affordable, but I think they would really benefit of a better QC. Even if the price increases a bit, I would happilly buy it.

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leaks August 15, 2014
Reviewer: Colby from Midland, TX  
this pen never worked properly for me, it leaked all over the place.  I purchased the j. herbin rollerball, and it works flawlessly.

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