My Account  |  My Wish List  |  Log In  |  Blog
JetPens®.com - Love at First Write®
Free Shipping
On Orders Over $25!

Pentel Tradio Stylo Fountain Pen - Black Body - Black Ink

$9.50

Pentel Tradio Stylo Fountain Pen - Black Body - Black Ink - PENTEL TRJ50-AO
  • Pentel Tradio Stylo Fountain Pen - Black Body - Black Ink - PENTEL TRJ50-AO
  • Pentel Tradio Stylo Fountain Pen - Black Body - Black Ink - PENTEL TRJ50-AO
  • Pentel Tradio Stylo Fountain Pen - Black Body - Black Ink - PENTEL TRJ50-AO
  • Pentel Tradio Stylo Fountain Pen - Black Body - Black Ink - PENTEL TRJ50-AO
  • Pentel Tradio Stylo Fountain Pen - Black Body - Black Ink - PENTEL TRJ50-AO
  • Pentel Tradio Stylo Fountain Pen - Black Body - Black Ink - PENTEL TRJ50-AO
Add to CartAdd to Wishlist
In Stock and Ready to Ship!


Finally, the Tradio pen can be bought online! The Tradio Pulaman and Tradio Stylo pens are identical, and both have an obsessive following. How many times have you heard "I cannot LIVE without my Tradio!" Well, we've heard it a bunch of times, so here you go!

Fountain pen features a thin calligraphy angled tip that can create a variety of line widths, from thick to thin, depending on the angle and pressure. Writes smooth dark lines and is great for taking notes or writing letters.

Get enough Tradio pens and refills to last a lifetime! Black, blue, and red ink available.



Frequently Bought Together
Pentel Tradio Stylo Fountain Pen - Black Body - Black Ink - PENTEL TRJ50-AO+Pentel Tradio Stylo and Pulaman Fountain Pen Refill Cartridge - Black - PENTEL MLJ20-AO
Total Price: $13.50
This item: Pentel Tradio Stylo Fountain Pen - Black Body - Black Ink - $9.50


Specs
Model NumberPENTEL TRJ50-AO
Shipping Weight0.52 oz
Body Color Black
Body Material Plastic
Cartridge-Compatible Yes
Clip Material Plastic
Clippable Yes
Converter-Compatible No
Diameter - Grip 10.7 mm
Diameter - Max 12.9 mm
Grip Color Clear
Grip Material Plastic
Length - Capped 14.4 cm
Length - Posted 16.0 cm
Length - Uncapped 13.3 cm
Mechanism Capped
Pre-Installed Ink Color Black
Tip Length 11.7 mm
Tip Material Plastic

Reviews
9 people found this helpful
  The last time I used..., August 23, 2011
By alb... - See all my reviews
The last time I used these pens was in college over twenty five years ago. I bought them in the college bookstore until they ran out of stock, and I haven't seen them since. The plastic 180 degree nib takes a little getting used to, but once you get the hang of it you will wish you had bought a box of the refills. Like I said, I used them to take notes in college, and when they were gone, there was no way to replace them. Until now. Thanks, JetPens!
7 people found this helpful
  I love the line I can..., August 9, 2011
By liralenli - See all my reviews
I love the line I can get from this. It's definitely a felt tip marker, not a fountain pen, but the beautiful fine, wet line I can get from the tip is exactly what I want, and the control I can get with it, turning, pushing, or even just light sketch strokes, is exactly what I want. I love just writing with it, but find it exquisite for doing line work on drawings as well.

It doesn't have the flexibility of a finely tuned flex metal nib, but it's not *supposed* to, as it's a felt pen. *laughs* You won't get the wide variation of a copperplate nib, but I can get lovely variations in width by direction, strength, and speed of stroke I can't get with a nib or other styles of pen. I love this thing and I'm buying my third one.
7 people found this helpful
  Being a vintage fountain..., December 26, 2007
By re-searchr - See all my reviews
Being a vintage fountain pen fan, I scoffed at these the first time I saw them. Now I want to smack myself in the forehead for waiting so long to try them. It's light, it's responsive, and the ink is beautiful. And I'm no longer afraid to use a fountain pen at work. (I do abstracting in a courthouse records room, where pens rolling off the tilted work surfaces onto hard, tiled floors is a constant hazard.)
6 people found this helpful
  I love my Tradio, even..., October 9, 2007
By kytheragraves - See all my reviews
I love my Tradio, even though it's more of a marker pen than a fountain pen. I can write with either hand, and even though it's not a true fountain pen, I like it better in my right hand for some reason. Writing left-handed with fountain pens is of course useless.

As a marker pen I find it better than extra fine Pilot Razor Points or Staedtler Triplus Fineliners. It has a nice shape and without the cap it's pretty balanced and lightweight. Highly recommended.
5 people found this helpful
  I first found these heavenly..., July 11, 2012
By maura_badji - See all my reviews
I first found these heavenly and addictive writing instruments in a Victoria, BC bookshop. I bought two pens and two refills; I should have bought two dozen of each. Thank you JetPens for finally making these wonderful pens available online.
|ct_1318|ct_447|ct_351|