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Parker

Parker Jotter Ballpoint Pen, Royal Blue with Chrome Trim, Medium Point, Blue Ink, Gift Box

4.0
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Description

  • Streamlined style with clean lines for a fresh take on the iconic PARKER Jotter design
  • Stainless steel barrel with blue finish accented by high shine trims and an arrowhead clip
  • Signature retractable design opens and closes with a satisfying click
  • Fitted with Quick flow ballpoint refill for optimal ink flow and a smooth writing experience; blue ink; medium tip; also accepts PARKER gel refills
  • Packaged in a distinctive PARKER gift box

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Customer Reviews

French dudArrived DOA. Purposely purchased the French-made model for its purported quality. Not a single drop of ink flows out of this pen. 1Pen-UltimateThe pen is mightier than the sword but it may be easier to find the right sword. For eight years I ve been writing exclusively with a Uni-ball Signo Bit stick pen. It s an unassuming, affordable plastic stick pen in the sea of the same but it writes nicely and, until recently, it was readily available from eBay for about $1.25.When the ink in my second-to-last Signo pen expired, pushing me below the minimum re-order quantity, I knew time was of the essence to replenish my pen inventory. I ve purchased about dozen boxes of these pens from eBay so naturally I visited eBay for a resupply but I could find no Signo Bit pens matching what I had! I searched other sites on the Internet and still no luck. I shopped several local brick and mortar stores where I found many related pens: siblings, cousins, but not the real thing. I reluctantly concluded I was not going to find my pen - a pen I d been calling the World s Greatest Pen .My new mission was to to find an affordable, competent replacement pen which equalled or surpassed the writing experience of the World s Greatest Pen. I followed my father s advice Let your fingers do the walking. , an allusion to the 1962 Yellow Pages advertisement. For those who may not know what I m talking about, the Yellow Pages was the business section of the ancient device known as a telephone book. A telephone book was a list all telephone numbers of individuals and businesses. Before the Internet the telephone was a key research tool.I was surprised to discover numerous pen-related blogs, many of them recommending the Uni-ball Jetstream RT. The Uni-ball website says the Jetstream RT offers smoother writing and quick-drying ink. The latter is a boon for lefties whose hand trails the pen during writing and often smears the fresh words while accumulating an unsightly ink stain giving the writer the appearance of an unwashed orphan from a Charles Dickens novel.I purchased a package of two Uni-ball Jetstream RTs from a local office supply store. I hurried home and began writing these words as I wanted to tell the world I had found my new World s Greatest Pen. However the Uni-ball Jetstream RT was a disappointment. They skipped and they did not write smoothly. In fact they were so bad I had to resort to my last Signo World s Greatest Pen to finish this story. I returned the Jetstream RT pens and received a refund which I used for the next candidate pen.Enter the Zebra JIMNIE GEL, a pen also praised on blogs although not as highly as the Jetstream RT. The JIMNIE is no pretender. It is a cheap, clunky stick pen with no imagination wasted on its design. It seems to be a copy of a copy of a copy of a copy of what was probably a great pen. Maybe, even a copy of my beloved Signo Bit and former World s Greatest Pen? The JIMNIE GEL writing experience, the ink on paper, was similar to the Signo and if I closed my eyes I could smile (but not write legibly) until I realized I was holding cheapness. The JIMNIE was not acceptable.As I continued my search, sifting through the bloggers celebrating the usual suspects of affordable pens: Uni-Ball, Pilot, and Zebra, etc., I found another group of bloggers talking about the Parker Jotter pen. Hmmm? This is a pen I had encountered before and had some limited experience with many years ago. I had forgotten about the Jotter but the clever name seemed to be perfect for an affordable, general purpose pen.I bought a Parker Jotter pen with a black satin and stainless steel barrel and I am pleased. It is affordable, classic, and, most importantly, it writes nicely. I am sold. I ve since purchased additional Jotters in various colors. The Parker Jotter was exactly what I was looking for and I have found my new World s Greatest Pen. Maybe the Uni-ball Signo Bit pen, as good as it was, was nothing more than the penultimate pen for me?p.s. Waterloo Blue, how cool is that? 5Feels like I got a fake oneFeels like I got a fake one. Looks different than the product pictures.1. Item box was different.2. "France" and "Parker" is poorly engraved and is placed differently than the photo. The pen's arrow points between letter A and R in the photo while the one I got points between letter R and K.3. Refillable ink insides has gasoline-like smell, and looks oily and used. Not sure if this is normal. 1decent affordable ballpointNegative reviews had me half expecting a lousy, lightweight pen that felt disposable. While this is a slim and by no means heavy pen, it doesn't feel like I'm about to crush it or anything. It's a solidly constructed instrument. The ink cartridge appears to be brand new, and writes about as well as any ballpoint I've encountered thus far.This is by no means the nicest pen I own, but it's a very nice knock-around everyday ballpoint pen. Great to put in the pocket or keep on hand when you need to jot something down, as the name suggests. I received it at the same time as a gunmetal Parker IM ballpoint, which is heavier and sturdier, and overall I prefer right off the bat.This came with a working, apparently new cartridge. The IM came with a cartridge which won't write. It's disappointing, but these are refillable pens made to be reused, they aren't disposable. So bear in mind if you order a Parker ballpoint on Amazon, they have a reputation for coming with faulty refills. Consider a good refill a nice bonus, but buy it for the pen and just assume that you'll need to buy refills at the time of purchasing the pen itself and you'll probably be good.As far as the working cartridge that came with my pens today, it writes as smoothly as any ballpoint I've tried. Much better than Cross. It's a ballpoint, so it doesn't look or feel as nice as a fountain pen, but for everyday use without having to worry about the considerations that come with liquid inks, this is a nice option. I'd consider getting another Jotter in a different finish for sure. 4Fake Jotter or just failed quality control by Parker?I lost my good old Jotter so I decided to order a replacement from Amazon. This was a bad idea.First of all the packaging is different from the description pictures or from the other review pictures.Second, the pen does feel lighter than my previous Jotter.Third, if you see my pictures you notice a hump on the bottom of the pen. Two shells of the pen doesn't even line up. I can feel that hump whenever I'm hold the pen. Very disturbing. (changed the color to black and white for better visibility)Fourth, when I opened up the pen to check to ink, the label was a bit washed off. This might be because it's a counterfeit ink or a used ink.Lastly as someone mentioned on another review, it does smell a bit weird. Like when you receive a product from China and it smells? That kinda smell.So my recommendation is don't purchase this from Amazon. I'm not sure if I've received a fake Jotter or Parker's failed quality controlled product. Either way this was an unpleasant experience. 1A Great pen that is very versatile.Just right! Buyer beware of the Non-France/India Jotters that are much cheaper. But this is the France version and it is perfect.Has a stylish, classic yet contemporary look with a feel that matches.Light enough to carry everywhere, but with enough heft to feel like something substantial and able to take on a little more than jotting. . The clicker is very nice and adds to the pens versatility and ease and pleasure of use. This feels like a QUALITY pen. ONE thing I will say is that this isn't the best pen for prolonged writing sessions. I like it for Jotting and notetaking, but for prolonged sessions I need my Parker Sonnet with the Schmidt Easyflow 9000 refill..Material on the lower half is an excellent quality, doesn't feel cheap, and provides good tactility. Better than expected. Has decent grip. ****However not all the variations of the Jotter have this more grippable bottom half . I bought the Street Black CT which has it and it is a favorite pen, but I also bought the Premium Oxford Grey version and couldn't stand writing with it since it was so slippery with a polished lower half.Quinkflow ink that comes with the Jotter is one of the better ballpoint inks I've used. Very smooth and precise with minimal pressure, excellent for my arthritis, but works very well for those that use more pressure and don't want excess smoothness. Definitely a "staple" for high quality ink.Works with Fisher Space Pen refills which I recommend if you're writing in the rain, have it in extreme temperatures, abnormal conditions, or in high altitudes or anything adventurous like that. Fishers aren't as smooth as Jotter's Quinkflow, but they will be dependable in abnormal conditions and any condition at that and anytime.For those who prefer Gel refills and those like the Pilot G2 (and even if you don't prefer the Gel inks) the Parker Gel may suit your needs. However these are hit or miss and often a package contains Gel refills that write like dried up Gell pens (Those ordered from Amazon: May have been sitting around too long... IDK). I love the way they write if they work but the percentage of my Gel refills that didn't was not good, BUT......for those that want that effortless writing the Schmidt Easyflow 9000 M refill for the Jotter is the way to go. No pressure needed and provides a smooth effortless dark Gel-like line without skips. They are easier to write with than the Parker Gels, which will skip unless you write with more pressure, which will suit some people, so I don't want to write them off, but for those who prefer effortless writing, the Schmidt is worth a try. There is no smoother, easier flowing refill.With all the different types of refills that fit the Jotter it is a truly versatile writing instrument that offers the most for the value. It doesn't just feel like a good pen for the money. It feels like a quality pen in general that comes with excellent ink to start with (if contains the composite lower half rather than all metal).I couldn't recommend the Parker Jotter more, and I highly recommend trying out the Schmidt 9000 M refill... And the Fisher Space Pen refills if your adventures take you out of the typical writing climate. And there are probably other refills out there to experiment like the Monteverde and others.Has made for a great gift for others as well! 5Doesn't feel like a $20 penIs it awful? No. Does it feel like a $20 pen? No.Writes fine, looks OK, but disappointingly does not feel any different than a $2 pen.I guess I have to go upscale...something with weight to it. This slender lightweight doesn't convey value or affluence. 3No stars for this pen.This isn't a genuine Parker pen. The barrel lacks the metal finished tip. It's feel isn't the genuine Parker pen feel in your hand while you write. I'd give this pen no stars but the system won't let me submit a review without at least one star. 1Solid, stylish, pen.This pen is a super solid choice for nearly any situation. I keep it tucked away in my pocket daily, and use it for things like signing receipts and checks, or scribbling down notes. I went for the ball point in Royal Blue, which is absolutely stunning to look at. Ball points are usually my favorites due to their reliability and flexibility on writing surfaces. I am left-handed and can confirm that the default cartridge that is included does not smear easily when writing. Some gels also offer this flexibility, and I look forward to trying a few refills that fit to see which might also work out.Good price for a great pen. If you're looking for something that writes well and looks good doing it, give this a chance. 5Buyer beware!!!Don't buy these. One of mine came with a crack in the stainless body. Didn't take it out of the package till after my 30 day return window closed as I was still using up the ink in my old pen. So now I'm stuck with a pen with a crack in the body. Hopefully it doesn't spread. Paying this much for a pen they should have better quality control. Understandable for a .$10 BIC but not for a pen in this price range. 1
Parker Jotter Ballpoint Pen, Royal Blue with Chrome Trim, Medium Point, Blue Ink, Gift Box

Parker Jotter Ballpoint Pen, Royal Blue with Chrome Trim, Medium Point, Blue Ink, Gift Box

4.0
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Regular price
€50,00
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Regular price
€82,00
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