The Parker Quink Gel is a refill that is sold in some versions of the Jotter pen as well as a stand-alone refill.
The Staedtler Concrete is a ballpoint pen made of a custom blend of concrete. Every pen is unique because of the building material.
The Pierre Cardin Roller Gel is a Parker-style G2 pen refill that uses gel ink. Despite the name it is not a rollerball refill.
The Kaweco Sport Gel Roller is a Parker-style pen refill that uses gel ink.
Since its release in 1954 the Parker Jotter has been one of the most popular non-disposable ballpoint pens. It’s known for its distinct styling, reasonable price, and absolute dependability. This pen has been endlessly replicated, but rarely rivaled.
It’s consider by many to be one of the best ballpoint pens ever made.
The OHTO Flash Dry Gel pen refill is a top-rated gel refill in the Parker-style G2 size. This is one of a small number of needle-tip refills in this shape.
The Itoya Quick-Dry is a gel pen refill in the G2 size. It’s known for being one of the few needletip refills sold in Parker-style pens.
The Leuchtturm1917 Drehgriffel is a twist-top ballpoint pen, first released in 2020, said to be modeled after pens from the 1920s.
The Kaweco Sport Gel Roller Pen is the capped rollerball version from the popular Sport line of pens and pencils.
The Ohto Flat-C is a highly collectible metal retractable pen that was made in Japan. It’s no longer production.
The Karas Kustoms Bolt is a metal, machined pen with a bolt-style knock. The current version of the pen is known as the Bolt V2, marking some slight changes between it and the previous version.
The Rotring Tikky is an affordable retractable ballpoint pen with a very comfortable rubber grip.
The Rotring Giant is a traditional ballpoint pen refill in a standard Parker-style G2 size.
The Caran d’Ache 849 is an iconic ballpoint pen that has been made continuously since the 1960s.