Rotring Rapidograph Pen - 0.5 mm - Black Ink

Rotring Rapidograph Pen - 0.5 mm - Black Ink

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The Rotring Rapidograph technical pens use Rotring's unique capillary mechanism ink cartridges, invented to offer consistent ink flow. The way the Rapidograph is designed makes it virtually maintenance free. Each time a new ink cartridge is inserted, the pen gets a complete new pressure equalization system allowing for instant ink flow without leaks or blobs until the cartridge is empty.

Each pen is fully equipped with one black ink cartridge, a stainless steel drawing point, and a color-coded barrel and cap with double seal and clip. The pen is only refillable with Rotring Capillary ink cartridges. Ink cartridges in various colors as well as tip replacements are available.

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For the past year or...
November 15, 2011
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For the past year or so I have been a great fan of Pilot Precise V5 RT pens: loved the ink flow and needle tip. BUT, I RIPPED through them. One day I ended up throwing out 4 pens because they all went empty the same day. I couldn't justify the refill cost, vs simply buying new pens, which really bothered me.
Well, my search is over. The Rotring Rapidograph 0.5mm is the pen I was searching for. Lays down nice dark black ink as I write (which is all I do, I don't draw), feels great in the hand, and the refills are economical. I can get over that I have to take the cap off (vs. just click the retractable Pilot Precise V5).
I have a few more V5's to use up, but this is my new favorite for writing up my patient records. I love my Kaweco fountain pen for correspondence and things I want to have a more personal flare, but this is my new "workhorse".
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September 3, 2012
I used these pens for a good number of years for commercial art classes they are truely workhorse pens because it got to the point they were the only pens i used for everything!they are worth the cost they hold up well the only reason i dont have mine anymore is my ex husband took them
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