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Parker Jotter Originals Rollerball Pen - Classic Black Finish, Fine Point, Black Ink - £5.28 @ Amazon Prime (+£4.49 non-Prime)
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Parker Jotter Originals Rollerball Pen - Classic Black Finish, Fine Point, Black Ink - £5.28 @ Amazon Prime (+£4.49 non-Prime)

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Posted 10th Jan

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RRP £12.00.

Pack of two refills available for £4.65 here

Product Description:

Jotter Originals, the original design icon capturing thoughts and inspiring new ideas since 1954. The range of Parker rollerball pens combine Jotter's distinctive silhouette and arrow clip with a retro colour palette that pays tribute to over 60 years of writing excellence. A vibrant addition to the Jotter family and perfect for on-the-go writing, Parker Jotter Originals brings a retro flair to every stroke of the pen.

Features & details:

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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Is it Alexa compatible?
DodgeySolenoid11/01/2020 13:14

Yeah, some of the ballpoint pens are cheaper than the OP's. But what's the …Yeah, some of the ballpoint pens are cheaper than the OP's. But what's the difference between a rollerball and a ballpoint?


For those who are interested and, to answer my own question, here we go:-

Ballpoint pens use a thick oil-based ink, whilst rollerball pens use a water-based ink, more similar to the ink used in fountain pens. These two styles of ink act very differently to one another. We've highlighted the key difference below:

Oil-based inks can be thick and sticky, which will sometimes leave blobs of ink on the page or be difficult to start writing after long breaks between uses
Water-based ink is more fluid and usually provides a smoother writing experience
Oil-based inks are less prone to drying then water-based inks
Oil-based inks generally last much longer than water-based inks; even if both pens have been stored properly
4 ballponts available for £13.47

Parker Jotter Originals Ballpoint Pen Collection, Assorted Retro Finishes, Medium Point, Black Ink, 4 Count
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Is it Alexa compatible?
Nah heard this model only works with Cortana
Great deal, ordered one
Ordered, love a retro gadget
Cold, who writes these days....
Is this touch screen?
Ordered thanks! Heat added
Will this work with samsung note
Great! Been looking to get a nice new pen for Work, bought and heat added!
4 ballponts available for £13.47

Parker Jotter Originals Ballpoint Pen Collection, Assorted Retro Finishes, Medium Point, Black Ink, 4 Count
amazon.co.uk/dp/…11S
helloyoufool11/01/2020 12:33

4 ballponts available for £13.47 Parker Jotter Originals Ballpoint Pen …4 ballponts available for £13.47 Parker Jotter Originals Ballpoint Pen Collection, Assorted Retro Finishes, Medium Point, Black Ink, 4 Count https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07J5FHBPH/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_mcCgEbSWTX11S


Yeah, some of the ballpoint pens are cheaper than the OP's. But what's the difference between a rollerball and a ballpoint?
DodgeySolenoid11/01/2020 13:14

Yeah, some of the ballpoint pens are cheaper than the OP's. But what's the …Yeah, some of the ballpoint pens are cheaper than the OP's. But what's the difference between a rollerball and a ballpoint?


For those who are interested and, to answer my own question, here we go:-

Ballpoint pens use a thick oil-based ink, whilst rollerball pens use a water-based ink, more similar to the ink used in fountain pens. These two styles of ink act very differently to one another. We've highlighted the key difference below:

Oil-based inks can be thick and sticky, which will sometimes leave blobs of ink on the page or be difficult to start writing after long breaks between uses
Water-based ink is more fluid and usually provides a smoother writing experience
Oil-based inks are less prone to drying then water-based inks
Oil-based inks generally last much longer than water-based inks; even if both pens have been stored properly
Any cheap refills for this?
What does this do?
Cold, Bic pen's do the same at a fraction of the cost
Voted hot...I just like to collect pens!
Thanks just jotted the details down for later
Not as cheap, but there are also some good deals on Parker fountain pens for any really classy peeps
Can't I get this free from Michael Parkinson with an insurance quote?
kevsy11/01/2020 14:12

Cold, Bic pen's do the same at a fraction of the cost


Blood is free.
The pen is mightier than the sword. To some what you write with might say something about what kind of person you are. Also, some say that a nice pen is easier to keep hold of than a cheap, disposable one. I like this deal and love nice rollerball pens.

Used to be a joke that the best website to buy pens from was pen island.com (without the space) think about it before putting it into your works browser!!!
Edited by: "neilcaldwell" 11th Jan
good pens but keep it on you all times and make a mental note to check your pocket for it lol
Don't really know how good a deal this is but it's quite hot so i'll defer to you lot! Bought one and some uni-ball pens, that're supposedly good, as well. Kinda hoping my handwriting is down to bad pens, prob not but shall soon see
I've ordered this. See how it goes.
ehosin11/01/2020 14:00

Any cheap refills for this?


eBay. All sorts of varieties, quantities, colours and ink types. G2 refill is what you are looking for.
I Picked up the black plastic Jotter rollerball a few weeks ago and I'm really happy with it. It writes well and it's good for taking notes at work. It has a steel cap and glossy plastic body if that helps.

airdsuk11/01/2020 19:34

eBay. All sorts of varieties, quantities, colours and ink types. G2 refill …eBay. All sorts of varieties, quantities, colours and ink types. G2 refill is what you are looking for.


That's for the Parker retractable Ballpoint pens. Their roller-ball pens take a different refill.
Edited by: "drkRoss89" 11th Jan
Thanks for sharing. We have added your thread has been added to the Highlights section
DodgeySolenoid11/01/2020 13:19

For those who are interested and, to answer my own question, here we …For those who are interested and, to answer my own question, here we go:-Ballpoint pens use a thick oil-based ink, whilst rollerball pens use a water-based ink, more similar to the ink used in fountain pens. These two styles of ink act very differently to one another. We've highlighted the key difference below:Oil-based inks can be thick and sticky, which will sometimes leave blobs of ink on the page or be difficult to start writing after long breaks between usesWater-based ink is more fluid and usually provides a smoother writing experienceOil-based inks are less prone to drying then water-based inksOil-based inks generally last much longer than water-based inks; even if both pens have been stored properly


Agreed, except for drying- a standard bic or staedtler doesn’t smudge as easily as a proper ink pen.

Oil based will take more effort to write and I’d find it easier to write with water based. It also doesn’t leave a mark on you paper. If you’ve been writing on a side of A4 and flip it over, it’s no longer a flat surface. Nor does it leave an imprint on the piece of paper below (good if you’re a spy).
andywedge11/01/2020 20:22

Thanks for sharing. We have added your thread has been added to the …Thanks for sharing. We have added your thread has been added to the Highlights section


Cheers Andy
MattR9511/01/2020 18:07

Don't really know how good a deal this is but it's quite hot so i'll defer …Don't really know how good a deal this is but it's quite hot so i'll defer to you lot! Bought one and some uni-ball pens, that're supposedly good, as well. Kinda hoping my handwriting is down to bad pens, prob not but shall soon see


Love Uniballs, V5 per chance? Made by the Mitsubishi Pen Co of Japan.
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