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Ohto Orca Ceramic Roller Ball Pen - 0.5 mm - Red Cap

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$16.50

Ohto Orca Ceramic Roller Ball Pen - 0.5 mm - Red Cap - OHTO CB-10RC RED
  • Ohto Orca Ceramic Roller Ball Pen - 0.5 mm - Red Cap - OHTO CB-10RC RED
  • Ohto Orca Ceramic Roller Ball Pen - 0.5 mm - Red Cap - OHTO CB-10RC RED
  • Ohto Orca Ceramic Roller Ball Pen - 0.5 mm - Red Cap - OHTO CB-10RC RED
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Ceramic ballpoint pens are a classic for any pen lover. The pen writes with a smooth yet sharp feeling that you can't get with some other gel pens. This nicely designed ceramic ballpoint pen is named Orca because of its nicely rounded body and cap.

Black, gray, blue, and red body colors as well as refills are available. If you like ceramic pens, you might also like the Ohto Fine.



Frequently Bought Together
Ohto Orca Ceramic Roller Ball Pen - 0.5 mm - Red Cap - OHTO CB-10RC RED+Ohto C-305P Ceramic Roller Ball Pen Refill - 0.5 mm - Black - OHTO C-305P BLACK
Total Price: $19.80
This item: Ohto Orca Ceramic Roller Ball Pen - 0.5 mm - Red Cap - $16.50


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Specs
Model NumberOHTO CB-10RC RED
Shipping Weight0.70 oz
Body Color Silver
Body Material Metal
Cartridge-Compatible Yes
Clip Material Metal
Clippable Yes
Color Set No
Design Style Executive, Modern
Diameter - Grip 9.7 mm
Diameter - Max 11.5 mm
Grip Color Black
Grip Material Plastic
Length - Capped 14.2 cm
Length - Posted 15.5 cm
Length - Uncapped 12.1 cm
Mechanism Capped
Pre-Installed Ink Color Black
Tip Length 4.2 mm
Tip Material Metal
Tip Size 0.5 mm
Tip Type Conical
Weight 0.75 oz

Reviews
3 people found this helpful
  I bought my first Ohto..., April 24, 2008
I bought my first Ohto pen during a trip to Tokyo in 1992 and didn't realy give much thought to refills.
Imagine my despair when I discovered that my favourite pen wouldn't accept normal refills, due the unusual size of the barrel.
Fast forward to 2006 and I'm in Tokyo again.
With my pen in my hand, I returned to the hotellobby shop where I'd bought it, determined to clean out their stock of refills - nope, they don't stock them any more.
The whole 3 days of my visit were spent with one eye frantically scanning for shops that sell pens, but the few that I found couldn't help.
On my return home, I discovered the website for Jetpens and promptly kicked myself, as I'd been in San Francisco as part of my trip (SF -_ New Zealand -_ Tokyo) and had been within striking distance of my precious refills.
Jetpens duly recieved an order for refils and I spent the next year enjoying my lovely pen again.
Earlier this year, a work colleague expressed his deire for a pen like mine, so I bought him one when I ordered some more refills and he is now as mad about Ohto pens as I am.
I'm currently working out how much I can charge him for refills :-)
1 person found this helpful
  This is quite possibly..., April 19, 2012
By addama.sanders - See all my reviews
This is quite possibly the best pen I've written with. When I see interesting pens, I usually buy one just to place it in my writeability list. I have a very fluid writing style halfway between 'elegant' and 'unreadable,' so I'm always looking for that one smooth, dynamic, heavy ink pen. Too thin a line, too scratchy, or too much bleed, and the charm goes away.

This guy is perfect. It looks great, and it's light but with enough weight that when I'm swinging it around (as much as one does when writing as I do) it swings with me. Like I'm not going to lose my rhythm because I put a letter down too quickly. The ink is dark, solid, and a good thick line. A man's line. A line to be proud of. The ceramic ball is new to me, but I could tell the difference as soon as I started writing. It doesn't matter if I'm scribbling furiously or lightly taking notes - the line's the same.

The only problem I've run into is that the cap doesn't sit as well when you're writing. I've taken to just leaving it off, but the main body of the pen is kind of short. Not so short that it's unusable, but because of the tapered end, it feels like it's going to slip into my palm. It won't; I'll get used to it - it's just something I've noticed.
1 person found this helpful
  fantastic pen, nice weight,..., October 7, 2010
By tdinaro - See all my reviews
fantastic pen, nice weight, good size and writes very nicely.. unlike some rollerballs this is super crisp, ink not runny and all around great
  Brilliant, short of perfect. ..., August 24, 2013
By ginseng - See all my reviews
Brilliant, short of perfect.

Engineer, artist, draftsman by training. I decided on this pen after researching extensively and trying broadly. The ink laydown of this unit is perhaps the finest I've experienced in any rollerball. The ink is extremely fluid and dense but dries instantaneously. It supports nearly any style of writing from frenetic to thoughtful. The pen itself is a bit on the light side, but the minimalist ergo grip makes for very efficient and low-fatigue handling. Elegant in appearance with a strong clip that is unusual in design but likely to be extremely durable without making it too difficult to clip to a pocket or retainer. The only thing I could not figure out was the pair of springs inside the pen body. With those installed, there was an incessant tinkle-rattle. I removed them with no ill effect on function. I just wish I knew what those springs were for as they seem to serve no purpose.
  Nice pen but cap falls..., November 30, 2013
By minerva88 - See all my reviews
Nice pen but cap falls off the pen while you are using it way too easily.
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