The Parker Reflex was a ballpoint pen first produced by Parker in 2000. It’s known for its modern styling, similarity to the Jotter, and large sneaker-style grip.
The Reflex has a plastic body and rubber grip. The large grip was well ahead of its time and while it was a major departure from Parker’s normal conservative styling, it’s quite a nice part. The pen has a metal arrow-shaped clip, like most Parker pens.
The Parker Reflex was also sold in a fountain pen (the most desirable pen in the line), mechanical pencil, and a capped rollerball.
The pen was — oddly — sold with two difference clip designs. The first was the standard, featured in the below video, and the second had two mirrored parallelograms on the clip but not other designs.
The Reflex line was discontinued in 2007.
Parker Reflex Ballpoint Pen Information
|Street Price||Check Price|
|Barrel Color||Black, Blue, Green, Red|
|Body Diameter (mm)||11.0|
|Grip Diameter (mm)||11.0|
|Country of Origin||England|
|Capped? Retractable?||Retractable - Top Button|