Pilot Acroball Ballpoint Pen - 0.7 mm - Red Body - Red Ink

Pilot Acroball Ballpoint Pen - 0.7 mm - Red Body - Red Ink

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Red ink pen.

The Pilot Acroball contains a newly created oil-based ink that has 1/5 of the viscosity (or what you could describe as \"stickiness\") of conventional oil-based inks on the market. In this sense, it is in the same category of the Uni-ball Jetstream as it targets frictionless and smooth writing performance. The unique blend of ink and lubricants allows the ball at the pen tip to rotate smoothly, creating an enjoyable, non-skip writing experience. Oil-based ink draws in satisfyingly dark lines and is also water resistant. The patent pending grip features tire-like patterns and a slightly curved shape to give a nonslip hold. Available in red, blue and black ink colors. Refills available.

Model NumberPILOT BAB-15F-RR
Weight0.4 ounces
Body Color Red
Body Material Plastic
Clip Material Plastic
Clippable Yes
Diameter - Grip 11 mm
Diameter - Max 11 mm
Grip Color Red
Grip Material Rubber
Ink Refillable Yes
Length - Extended 14.6 cm
Length - Retracted 14.2 cm
Mechanism Retractable
Pre-Installed Ink Color Red
Tip Length 5 mm
Tip Material Metal
Tip Size 0.7 mm
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September 7, 2009
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Enjoying this pen. Similar ink flow to the Jetstream line by Uniball, though perhaps a tad scratchy. Just like the Jetstream, the Acroball 0.7mm writes closer to 0.5 or thinner line. Tends to give some ink globs with smaller handwriting as well. The grip is made of a nice firm rubber, which I prefer to the overly-rubbery feeling of the Jetstream grips. Overall, I think I do prefer the Acroball to the Jetstream, and you might too if you can look past the subtle scratchiness.