Tikky Fine Rollerpoint – Rotring

R65.00

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The Rotring Tikky Rollerpoint pens have a free-flowing liquid ink that glides smoothly onto your paper surface. It is possible to use 100% of the ink contents, with consistent line quality down to the very last drop, because of the special free-flowing design. An extremely firm needlepoint pen tip gives you a fine line, and the ink level window right above the grip area shows the amount of ink left in the reservoir at any time. Limited stock of Black, Blue and Red are available, all the pens have Fine tips.

Who knows – This might even be your next favourite pen!

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ROTRING TIKKY ROLLERPOINT – LIMITED STOCK AVAILABLE

The Rotring Tikky Rollerpoint pens have a free-flowing liquid ink that glides smoothly onto your paper surface. It is possible to use 100% of the ink contents, with consistent line quality down to the very last drop, because of the special free-flowing design. An extremely firm needlepoint pen tip gives you a fine line, and the ink level window right above the grip area shows the amount of ink left in the reservoir at any time. Limited stock of Black, Blue and Red are available, all the pens have Fine tips.

This pen looks and feels like an expensive pen, but is so reasonably priced, that one could have a set of different colours without breaking the bank! Because of the needle point tip, writing really small with the fine is not a problem- great for making notes in the margins of books or writing on tiny post-it stickers! The pen glides across the paper, does not feel scratchy and the ink flows consistently. You will have no smudges and no blots on your paper!

The pen looks impressive, the weight and the feel of the barrel makes one aware of the thought that went into the design of this pen.  Approximately 139mm long and 10mm in diameter, this pen also has a long, sturdy clip and a tight-fitting cap. This is an amazing pen depending on what you will be using the pen for. The Tikky Rollerpoint has a fast flowing ink barrel, requiring the writer to write at a reasonably fast pace or there might be some bleeding.

With that being said, there are artists who use this pen for sketching and drawing – please click on the video link to see the pen in action.

Who knows – This might even be your next favourite pen!

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