Parker pen

parker pen

What is a Parker Pen?

Parker Pens Parker pens are exquisitely crafted fine writing instruments with a rich history of innovation and belief in the importance of the written word. Our experts have dedicated themselves to the art of fine writing, using 130 years of history to develop new Parker pens that reflect modern culture while remaining true to our heritage.

Is the Parker fountain pen smooth?

Every parker fountain pen I have used has been smooth and writes reliably straight out of the box. Most foreign brands are not available widely in India and if they are available it would cost very high because they are imported.

What is a Parker Duofold pen?

The pen became an immediate succes and put the Parker Pen Company on the map as a serious producer of writing instruments. The current series of Duofolds started in 1988 to commemorate the start of the Parker Pen Company in 1888.

How much does a Parker sonnet pen cost?

The Parker Sonnet is one of the most popular ranges from Parker pens, and you can find them in multiple variants. From fountain pens to ballpoint and rollerball pens, you can never go wrong with a piece of Parker Sonnet in hand. Retailing between $95 to $300, you can find a Parker Sonnet for almost every use.

Why choose Parker Pens?

Parker pens are exquisitely crafted fine writing instruments with a rich history of innovation and belief in the importance of the written word. Our experts have dedicated themselves to the art of fine writing, using 130 years of history to develop new Parker pens that reflect modern culture while remaining true to our heritage.

What kind of pens are in the Parker Jotter?

The iconic Jotter is back with a range of vibrant colours, bringing a retro touch to your everyday fine writing moments. Match your writing type with a Parker fountain pen, Parker 5th™, ballpoint pen or rollerball pen. Explore over 130 years of Parker brand history, expert craftsmanship and the future of Parker fine pens.

When did the Parker Pen come out?

From the 1920s to the 1960s, before the development of the ballpoint pen, Parker was either number one or number two in worldwide writing instrument sales. In 1931, Parker created Quink (quick drying ink), which eliminated the need for blotting.

What is a Parker im ballpoint pen?

Parker IM ballpoint pens were first introduced in 2006 and remain one of their more popular ballpoint pens. in case you are wondering what the IM stands for it is “Instant Message”. The Parker IM ballpoint pen has had a couple of revamps to give it a fresh modern look.

Why choose Parker Duofold ballpoint pens?

Each Parker Duofold ballpoint pen is perfectly weighted and balanced and has a supersmooth twist-action mechanism to advance and retract the nib. Being a luxury pen Parker Duofold ballpoint pens are finished off by hand to ensure a premium finish to their top-of-the-range ballpoint pen.

What is the Parker Duofold PEN limited edition?

Parker proudly honours the traditions of this fine writing instrument with the release of a Limited Edition Duofold pen. Available first as a Limited Edition collectors set of just 100 pieces, and then individually for 12 months to commemorate the launch of the iconic Parker Duofold in 1921.

How many parts are in a Duofold pen?

Each Duofold 100 pen remarkably contains around 300 individual pieces of resin. A wooden exterior coated in glossy black lacquer, with soft black suede interior and cushioned platform. Each pen individually numbered from 1 to 100, fitted with a deluxe Parker converter.

Why is the Parker Duofold so popular?

The Duofold was an early example of the growth of the popularity of colour, rejecting the commonly held belief that the general public favoured a modest palette of plain black. The Parker Duofold opened up the market to the adoption of bold coloured celluloid pens which emerged in the years following the initial release of the Duofold.

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