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3.4 (10 reviews)
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Twist style converter that can be used to draw up ink instead of international short cartridges for most Rotring fountain pens. Not compatible with the Rotring Surf fountain pens.

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Very nice and stylish...
July 11, 2011
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Very nice and stylish converter. I use this converter on my Rotring Artpens, but it also fits my Tombow fountain pens as well. It's a nice touch to have a red line at the end of the piston, but I won't get this converter if it's not for my rotring pens. You can get the same quality pelikan converter for $2 less.
If you do get this converter, don't forget to pre-wash this converter before use. I notice a layer of oil inside the converter when I got it fresh from jetpens

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This is the converter...
January 20, 2011
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This is the converter to get if you own those rare coveted Rotring 600 and 900 series fountain pens. Seals tight with section and no leaking. The red ring you see on the converter by the way, is part of the rubber stopper at the end of the piston; it is not a red ring printed on the plastic body, as Rotring typically has characterized on its pens.
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I initially said this...
January 24, 2015
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I initially said this converter would not fit the Rotring art pen. It does fit. It takes more than a firm push to attach it, though.
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What to say? it's just...
March 9, 2016
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What to say? it's just what I needed to replace a 10-year old converter.
This is a solid converter,...
February 12, 2016
This is a solid converter, but it wont fit any pen, though it seems to be an standard internaticional. I use it on a Nemosine Singularity and fits well, but i put on a Jinhao X450 and the tip of the converter broke. You have to test it, otherwise, it works great. A little bit expensive, though.