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Parker Jotter Originals Rollerball Pen - £4.70 - Amazon Prime (+£4.49 non-Prime)
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Parker Jotter Originals Rollerball Pen - £4.70 - Amazon Prime (+£4.49 non-Prime)

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Posted 30th Jan

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Parker Jotter Originals Rollerball Pen - Was £12.00 now £4.70 - Amazon

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  • Glossy black finish with a retro touch inspires original ideas
  • The iconic Jotter design, now as a rollerball pen
  • Ultra resistant scratch-free plastic body
  • Fine rollerball tip combines the smoothness of a fountain pen with the everyday convenience of a ballpoint pen
  • Supplied with black rollerball refill for consistent, optimal ink flow and an easy refill experience that minimises leakage
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Yes it's Parker and all but horrendous quality, build and writing as well.

Not worth the money and honestly BIC pens write much better

The normal parker Jotter is a better buy, not sure if the 3 pack is still on offer.

Returned mm one straight away
Edited by: "TheUser123" 30th Jan
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Yes it's Parker and all but horrendous quality, build and writing as well.

Not worth the money and honestly BIC pens write much better

The normal parker Jotter is a better buy, not sure if the 3 pack is still on offer.

Returned mm one straight away
Edited by: "TheUser123" 30th Jan
TheUser12330/01/2020 20:23

Yes it's Parker and all but horrendous quality, build and writing as well. …Yes it's Parker and all but horrendous quality, build and writing as well. Not worth the money and honestly BIC pens write much better The normal parker Jotter is a better buy, not sure if the 3 pack is still on offer.Returned mm one straight away


Very scratchy when writing, the pen not me...
I wouldn't waste money on Jottor
TheUser12330/01/2020 20:23

Yes it's Parker and all but horrendous quality, build and writing as well. …Yes it's Parker and all but horrendous quality, build and writing as well. Not worth the money and honestly BIC pens write much better The normal parker Jotter is a better buy, not sure if the 3 pack is still on offer.Returned mm one straight away


Like so many brands, has Parker gone down the route of being taken over & their name being put on cheap, sub-standard tat?
Gollywood30/01/2020 21:11

Like so many brands, has Parker gone down the route of being taken over & …Like so many brands, has Parker gone down the route of being taken over & their name being put on cheap, sub-standard tat?


The normal clicky jotters are nice to write with and feel good. This is just rubbish
Still got my Parker 25 set somewhere now that's when they were quality
Cold only because this is free when i enquire about life insurance
Not good quality, i bought last week, waste of money
Gollywood30/01/2020 21:11

Like so many brands, has Parker gone down the route of being taken over & …Like so many brands, has Parker gone down the route of being taken over & their name being put on cheap, sub-standard tat?


You mean production moved to China.
horizon-in30/01/2020 23:04

Not good quality, i bought last week, waste of money


I might have to return it if not good quality. Just placed an order.
meetmax30/01/2020 23:18

I might have to return it if not good quality. Just placed an order.


It's honestly not worth the hassle of taking it back to the post office. All cheap plastic feeling and writes like it's ripping the paper
Damn you UKHD I didn’t need this nor the two measuring tapes earlier either...
This is a good pen... when it works. Which is very 50/50.

It becomes very scratchy half the time.
Imo, pilot make the best pens. All of them are very smooth. Currently use the V7 hi-techpoint and it is absolutely amazing. Ink flow is continuos without leaking, light but don't have to press hard, and does not scratch. Hands down best rollerball pen. Parker ballpoint last long but scratch but this is a rollerball which won't do that. I had a vector which uses the same ink and it was a joy to write with but did notice that it bleed through paper and smudges easily and can leak. However the writing experience is amazing and the weight feels like you don't have to do much. Parker are not good ballpoint pens but good rollerball pens so other comments may be on something else. Hope this helps someone:)
TheUser12330/01/2020 20:23

Yes it's Parker and all but horrendous quality, build and writing as well. …Yes it's Parker and all but horrendous quality, build and writing as well. Not worth the money and honestly BIC pens write much better The normal parker Jotter is a better buy, not sure if the 3 pack is still on offer.Returned mm one straight away


I ordered this a couple of weeks ago. Poor pen. Not used it again.
Due to large scale pen theft in the house, this has been ordered. I shall attach string and brick to resolve further thefts.
S.c.0.TT.y30/01/2020 22:12

Cold only because this is free when i enquire about life insurance


Where
Thanks
Showing as £12. Expired?
I got this pen a few weeks ago and while it writes fine, it's not very smooth. I ended up getting a Lamy Vista out of Waterstones for £13 which writes way smoother and I love the clear design.

If you want a recommendation for a decent Parker, get the Parker Jotter Ballpoint (the clicky one). The refill uses the G2 international standard (not to be confused with the Pilot biro sharing the same name) meaning you can use different branded refills and you're not tied to Parker's own stuff.

Voted neither hot nor cold cause while it's a good price, it writes fine and buying a refillable pen is more environmentally friendly. But it isn't the smoothest and I personally think you can get better value in getting the Parker Jotter BP.
Edited by: "drkRoss89" 31st Jan
Who the hell pays for biros nowadays? Do you not have office stationary at work???
Lol, £5 for a pen and over 600 points of heat. Can only assume some people are nostalgic for their school days
Lol at all the hate over a pen.

Got a couple of Jotters for Christmas, had a couple of the London edition stainless ones too. Absolutely fine: write fine, feel fine, built fine.

And actually, in relation to work stationary, I have my own pen so I know it’s as my own pen and people can’t lie if I see them with it.
I've picked up so many decent pens in hotels etc over time, it'll be a while before I need to part with cash for one, and one as crap as this.....never.
d70cw631/01/2020 22:48

Who the hell pays for biros nowadays? Do you not have office stationary at …Who the hell pays for biros nowadays? Do you not have office stationary at work???


No, my office moves fairly often.
Edited by: "old_mikefield" 31st Jan
dmoore8131/01/2020 23:00

Lol at all the hate over a pen. Got a couple of Jotters for Christmas, had …Lol at all the hate over a pen. Got a couple of Jotters for Christmas, had a couple of the London edition stainless ones too. Absolutely fine: write fine, feel fine, built fine. And actually, in relation to work stationary, I have my own pen so I know it’s as my own pen and people can’t lie if I see them with it.


So, your pen doesn't move, then?
Thanks for posting, we have added this to the Highlights pages
I saw someone buy a Parker recently, it ain’t like I remember it
old_mikefield31/01/2020 23:17

So, your pen doesn't move, then?


Hilarious. Far too much time on your hands: and please, carry on pointing out peoples mistakes by assuming that it’s a level playing field...
Edited by: "dmoore81" 1st Feb
dmoore8101/02/2020 11:43

Hilarious. Far too much time on your hands: and please, carry on pointing …Hilarious. Far too much time on your hands: and please, carry on pointing out peoples mistakes by assuming that it’s a level playing field...


Raw nerve?

Its just a joke. Chill out.
Edited by: "old_mikefield" 1st Feb
old_mikefield01/02/2020 12:13

Raw nerve? Its just a joke. Chill out.


Beauty of the internet, not being able to judge the context...
dmoore8101/02/2020 12:31

Beauty of the internet, not being able to judge the context...


.... particularly when the inbuilt spell check doesn't work/isn't used.
My emails are horrendous sometimes, even with spellcheck turned on-my thumbs regularly create all manner of words that are so bad, you can’t even tell what they were supposed to be
Edited by: "dmoore81" 1st Feb
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