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A.G. Spalding & Bros Hexagonal Body Ballpoint Pen - 0.7 mm - Navy Body


A.G. Spalding & Bros Hexagonal Body Ballpoint Pen - 0.7 mm - Navy Body - RAYMAY BRB117 K
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When you're looking for a fine ballpoint pen with a subtle and refined look, this A.G. Spalding & Brothers Hexagonal pen hits a home run. The pen has a unique geometric shape for ergonomic handling and writes in a fine 0.7 mm line. Ink glides across the paper and is waterproof. Navy and silver body colors as well as black and blue refills are available.

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Model NumberRAYMAY BRB117 K
Shipping Weight0.80 oz
Body Color Dark Blue
Body Material Metal
Cartridge-Compatible Yes
Clip Material Metal
Clippable Yes
Diameter - Grip 9 mm
Diameter - Max 9 mm
Grip Color Dark Blue
Grip Material Metal
Length - Extended 14.4 cm
Length - Retracted 14.0 cm
Mechanism Retractable
Pre-Installed Ink Color Black
Tip Length 4 mm
Tip Material Metal
Tip Size 0.7 mm

3 people found this helpful
  I wrote a review for..., March 9, 2013
By brian15co - See all my reviews
I wrote a review for the silver one, but since the issue (rattling button) affects both, here it is again...

The pen feels nice, very nice. The only issue that I had with it is that while writing, the retract-o-button rattled around a little bit. It is snug when the pen is sheathed, although is writing position is has room to move around and make a little bit of noise. Enough to drive a man crazy.

I used a small piece of .0025 inch plastic shim stock and tucked it down into the gap between the button and the pen body, thereby saving it from a lifetime of darkness in the drawer.

If the rattle would have not been fixable, the pen would have gotten the lowest possible rating. If the rattle was absent upon arrival, the highest.
1 person found this helpful
  No question this is an..., September 25, 2013
By lin... - See all my reviews
No question this is an excellent looking pen -- and it feels great in the hand. It's all quite nice until you try to use it, really. The mechanism has a cheap feel to it; the knock is a bit wobbly. The included refill, a fairly standard ballpoint, is also surprisingly small given the length and breadth of the pen. It's a pity you can't swap it out for a Jetstream.
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  I bought this as a gift,..., October 22, 2011
By sos... - See all my reviews
I bought this as a gift, and was really worried about the scraping sound and writing performance but the sound is fine (I was expecting nails on chalkboard) and it writes smoothly. Although, the button is loose enough to rattle a little while writing, which is more annoying than the scraping sound imo.
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  Plunger makes a hollow,..., September 17, 2010
By jnapieralski - See all my reviews
Plunger makes a hollow, unpleasant metal-on-metal scraping sound with each click and is loose enough to rattle, especially in the down position. Ink is unremarkable at best. Clip seems solid. I like the color of the body, but the whole thing is larger and more ostentatious than I'd prefer.
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  I really like the body..., August 28, 2010
By fly... - See all my reviews
I really like the body of this pen. Looks great and isn't too heavy for a metal bodied pen, though the mechanism is a bit clacky. I added a longer spring to improve the action. The stock clear plastic ink refill was a bit disappointing, though. Scratchy and not much different than a cheap Bic pen. Maybe the metal A.G. Spalding refills are better? Does anybody have experience with the refills? They've been sold out so I haven't been able to try them. Instead, I took a spare Pental Selfit refill and modified it to fit. Quite a bit better, though the Uniball Jetstream refills are the smoothest. I might try to modify that to fit.