Top 10 Rollerball Pens

Top 10 Rollerball Pens

October 22, 2019 0 By Stanley Isaacs


Top 10 Rollerball Pens Pressing down hard on your pen can tire your
hand out and make writing for long periods of time difficult– in come rollerball pens to the rescue. These smooth reliable writers are a good alternative
to fountain pens and use ink that flows much easier than the
thicker oil-based ink found in ballpoint pens. In this video, we’ll introduce our favorite
rollerball pens. Stay until the end to see our top pick. You can buy all of these pens at JetPens.com Best Colors Available in 10 fun colors, the Ohto Fude
Ball is great for writing cards or color-coding notes. Ohto designed this pen to mimic the expressive
strokes of a brush pen and gave it a name to match: “fude” means
“brush” in Japanese. It lays down a thicker line with increased
pressure, but can also produce broken lines when used
with light pressure or at an angle, similar to a dry brush effect. Bold Lines The Uni-ball Air is extraordinarily smooth thanks to a special tip that is encased in
plastic rather than metal. It puts out a thick, wet line and never skips,
no matter how you hold it. The Air also responds to pressure so you can
produce lines of varying thickness. Uni-ball Air’s ink is waterproof, fade-proof,
and fraud resistant, so it is ideal for signing important documents. Eco-Friendly The Pilot Hi-Tecpoint contains vivid, free-flowing
ink that is a joy to write with. It’s made from 71% recycled materials but really earns its eco-friendly credentials
through a waste-fighting cartridge refill system, similar to a fountain pen. Instead of throwing the entire pen away, simply replace the ink cartridge and keep
on writing. Ergonomic If you do a lot of writing, try Stabilo’s
Black Rollerball pens. Designed for demanding professional use, these pens feature curved rubberized bodies that help your fingers rest comfortably in place without slipping. They write smoothly and lay down vivid lines
with light pressure, so you won’t tire your hand by pressing
down as you write. Fine Tip The Morning Glory Pro Mach has a precise needle-point
tip in 0.38 mm that’s amazingly similar to the
Uni-ball Signo Gel Pen in 0.38 mm. It writes smooth, crisp lines without skipping
or needing to be primed, perfect for school notes and other detailed
work. It comes in three basic colors. Lefty-Friendly The Lamy Safari is our pick for lefties. Its ink dries in just one second, so lefties
don’t have to worry about smeared ink. Plus, it features a triangular grip section
to help guide fingers into a tripod position, which can help reduce hand fatigue. The Safari comes in a variety of great colors, including these limited edition pastel hues. Multi Surface The Pilot Multi Ball feels like a normal pen
on paper, but it can write on plastic, metal, glass,
and even cloth! It’s popular with lab researchers who switch
between notebooks and plastic or glass samples, but it’s also useful to keep around the
house. With just one pen, you can go from planning
on paper to labelling tupperware. Retro Style The vintage-inspired Retro 51 Tornado Rollerball
Pens feature distinctive knurled end pieces that you twist to extend and retract the pen
tip. These striking pens come in several colors
and materials, with fun and understated designs. They also provide an outstanding writing experience, with smooth, dark ink that dispenses with
just a light touch. Check out our limited edition JetPens-exclusive
California Republic Edition — for every pen sold we will donate $5 to the
California Fire Foundation. Professional Style With its timeless looks and unmistakable quality, the Kaweco Dia2 is the sort of pen you could
use to sign a heart-felt letter or a multi-million dollar contract. Its shiny black acrylic body is accented with
metal trim and a regal-looking curved clip. Its light weight and gently shaped grip section
help it rest comfortably in the hand. The Dia2 writes as well as it looks, with
wet black ink that glides across the page. Our top choice is the dependable Uni-ball
Vision Elite. This affordable rollerball delivers a dark,
skip-free line every time it touches paper. It uses fraud-resistant, archival quality
pigment ink, making it a good choice for everything from
writing notes to signing important documents. For more information on rollerball pens, be
sure to read our guide linked to in the card above. Shop all of these pens and more at JetPens.com. Thanks for watching!