Rotring Tikky Graphic Drawing Pen - Pigment Ink - 0.1 mm - Black Ink

$3.60
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4.8 (6 reviews)
DescriptionSpecifications
The Rotring Tikky Graphic is a fine fiber tip pen with non-fading water resistant pigment ink and a metal encased nib for accurate drawing on straightedges or templates. Rotring's Free-ink technology ensures consistent high quality lines to the very last drop. The ink-level window shows the amount of ink left in the reservoir at any time. Available in multiple point sizes.

Pen dimensions: Approximately 5.5 inches (14 cm) long and 0.42 inches (10.8 mm) in diameter.

Model NumberSANFORD 1904750
Weight0.4 ounces
ManufacturerRotring
Body Color Dark Brown
Body Material Plastic
Clip Material Metal
Clippable Yes
Color Set No
Diameter - Grip 9.5 mm
Diameter - Max 10.9 mm
Grip Color Clear
Grip Material Plastic
Ink Refillable No
Length - Capped 13.9 cm
Length - Posted 15.6 cm
Length - Uncapped 13.1 cm
Mechanism Capped
Pre-Installed Ink Color Black
Tip Length 5.2 mm
Tip Material Felt
Tip Size 0.1 mm
Tip Type Needle Point

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Dzevad says: This...
April 19, 2012
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Dzevad says:

This is my go to pen for drawing and sketching as it has a good ink flow such as found in fountain pens. Ever since I discovered this pen (which off course has waterproof ink - a must) I have stopped using my fountain pens. Other fiber pens such as Micron are few steps below Rotring in quality. Second best is Faber Castell Pitt drawing pens which use archival waterproof India or China ink.

I also use Mitsubishi Pin pens for sketching and writing but it is not as good as the two mentioned. Very good but it maybe better for some as it can also be used for writing due to low ink flow which may not go through poor paper. With good nice paper such as Rhodia and Clairefontain any pen, juicy or not can be used.

It would be nice if JetPens had a deal where if buying larger quantity of pens would reduced the individual price of the pen.

To add, pens with nice ink flow such as this one and fountain pens are not good for using on cheap paper found in most regular stores as likely feathering would be an issue. You should use Rhodia or Clairefontaine or similar quality paper.

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Love these pens...can't...
October 27, 2014
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Love these pens...can't find them in any local artsupply store here in San Francisco. Permanent ink and great selection of size tips.
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Love this pen! I use...
May 19, 2015
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Love this pen! I use it for zentangles, doodles and sketching and absolutely love it. Much prefer to the Sakura Micron, which is very popular here now for zentangles. It gives a beautiful, rich black and is just juicy enough without being too juicy to lose detail. Micron used to be favourite, but this has taken its place; in fact, I am considering investing in the refillable Rotring pen. Very pleased with the quality. My new favourite.

I have heard, although have not yet tried, that once it dries it is waterproof and can easily take watercolour washes. I find, though, that colouring over with Copic will cause the ink to smear slightly.
I have from 0.1 to 0.7...
March 31, 2015
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I have from 0.1 to 0.7 and really appreciate these pens because I'm a watercolorist and if I give them just a couple of minutes to dry they don't bleed - EVER, no matter how wet the wash or watercolor. They also give a pristine line even on the textured watercolor paper. Can't beat them!
Very nice pen, works...
February 25, 2015
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Very nice pen, works perfectly a very high quality product, I also bought a 0.2 at the same time. The line the .01 makes on paper actually looks larger than the 0.2, but it's hard to tell the difference even with a magnifying glass.
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