Parker Jotter Stainless Steel Gold Trim Ballpoint Pen for $14.99
Other colours discounted too
Black and Chrome trim - $15.26
Red chrome trim - $14.18
Parker Rollerball Refill Black Fine Blister - $4.70
Blue - $4.70
This was $2 in some BigW stores several (4-6) weeks ago.
Had 2-3 colors as I recall.
Fryberg should return mine, have waited since the 70's for it's return
I prefer the Zebra pens over the Parker Jotter series. F701 you can pick up from $10-$20 and just feel like they're better quality.
EDIT: It's down to $10.37 atm. AmazonUS so $49 minimum spend for free prime shipping though.
I prefer the Kilometrico, over 1km of ink!
Then ends chewed off before that was ever achieved
5 is the most you can use in an area of concern!
But only until this weekend, when suburbs that meet the government's target of 70% rich white residents will have the limit increased to 200km and will be allowed to get their hair cut.
Gladys seems to have forgotten that it was her eastern suburbs besties that started this outbreak and that an eastern suburbs hair salon was one of the super spreader venues that allowed the virus to spread into the western suburbs that she's locked down.
So stupid Gladys is locking her self into doing something stupid before even knowing what the numbers.
Basically that's how we got into the mess in the first place.
(lost track of how many times we've seen a gladys flip)
bought 4 in different colours and pack of 6 refills. damn.
For refills, I use Monteverde-branded (made in Japan).
Japanese pens really are the best. There are some $2 or so Mitsubishi ones I grabbed in Japan and they're just amazing. Ink is like silk but doesn't smudge, and the pen holds really well. Unfortunately no clue what they were or where I got them ><
Monteverde makes a lot of ink refills for all the pen manufacturers.
I prefer them because they have a lot of varieties and, in some cases, colours. For instance, my Parker pen has blue gel, fine refill and the original are not just very difficult to find but also expensive.
they are not as heavy as you would think considering they are made out of stainless steel. i thought this was the old heavy pen my dad had when i was a kid but this is quite a light pen.
I have 2 in my hands right now. One is a silver stainless with gold trim. Another is a blue with chrome trim.
The stainless steel with gold trim is heavier than the chrome.
However, the stainless steel with gold trim, I have had over 20 years, I cannot tell if new ones are the same
I bought same pen from Amazon store in January. Feels cheap, lightweight and click feels cheap too. Looks like they have started using thin sheet of steel.
Red with Chrome: "Usually dispatched within 1 to 2 months."
I'm not that desperate for a $14 pen.