|Model Number||ROTRING S0891160|
|Diameter - Grip||11.5 mm|
|Diameter - Max||12.2 mm|
|Length - Extended||14.7 cm|
|Length - Retracted||13.9 cm|
|Pre-Installed Ink Color||Black, Red|
|Pre-Installed Pencil Lead Size||0.5 mm|
|Tip Length||3.6 mm|
|Tip Size||0.7 mm|
February 3, 2012
Pen looks and feels great....
Pen looks and feels great. My only problem I cant control the selections of the Pencil, BLK ink, or Red ink. I click and it does not always give me what I want.
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March 15, 2011
When I got the pen I...
When I got the pen I was excited until I saw NewellRubermaid (not that their a bad Mfg.) on the box. They have a factory about 2 miles from my home in Maryville Tn. (is it really a Japanese mfg. pen) Im sure NewellRubermaid is a global company though, I'd hate to think I paid 30.00$ for a pen I could have bought in my home town. Pental now makes a replica .05 pencil only (not a combo pen) which can be bought at your local Staples for around 4.00$ each. The finish on the Tikky 3 in 1 pen seamed to dull rather quickly. The mechanical function of the springs are very solid, but the more often then not the pen color or pencil I'm wanting to use does not always come out correctly when I rotate the pen to desired location or writing tool I need at that moment. The feel of the pen is awesome, the ink writes smoothly but not on all paper surfaces (especially my journal or daily planer) Would I purchase this pen again YES but not for 30.00$ I use it daily and work through the small technical issues, maybe with more use it will function more smoothly. I have had it for about 30 days.
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December 1, 2013
Bought the pen/pencil...
Bought the pen/pencil combo for around 25 dollars.
It cracked easily after a few months from screwing and unscrewing the writing side to put in lead.
The rubbery siding for your fingers started to peel after a couple of months.
The pens have a smooth nice writing feel to them, which I was surprise.
The lead seems to break easily in the holding container so you always have to replace the lead.
To get the correct writing instrument to come out you have to have that color or pencil facing upwards (there is an indicator at the top).
The eraser is a complete joke. You erase a couple times and it then becomes useless.
After 6 months of using this, the button-cover to the release (pressed so the pen/pencil wont be sticking out anymore) came off; the tiny ball-bearing fell out and at that point the Rotring TIkky became useless.
This pen should be less than 15 dollars or to get people to buy it around 10 dollars. I don't plan on buying it again unless it is on sale for 10 dollars.
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