This rollerball or fountain pen might rarely leave your hand! Not only will you write with it constantly, but you'll show it off to everyone around you. All you need to do is unscrew the cap and write away!
The wood chosen is East Indian Ebony tree native to India and Sri Lanka. The heartwood is jet black and the natural imperfection in the wood has been enhanced with a fluorescent dust mixed with epoxy. Because of the small surface area, the corresponding 'glow in the dark' may not be bright enough to light up a room.
The pen's wood body has a barrel shape and is finished with Pure Tung Oil and Carnauba-based Wax. The Tung Oil penetrates the wood to emphasize the grain and colour. The oil does not contain artificial thinners or cure-accelerants and is approved for food-contact items. The Carnauba-based wax forms a light 'skin' finish which serves as an additional layer of protection. The combination of the two finishes emphasize the beauty of the wood while preserving its natural feel.
Both the rollerball and fountain pen hardware are finished in chrome and the threads at the back of the pen allow you to attach the cap giving you extra length and balance.
The rollerball pen comes with a fine-tipped (0.6mm) ceramic roller refill from Schmidt. The rollerball tip ensures smooth and even lines to your hand-writing.
The fountain pen comes with an Iridium Point medium nib manufactured in Germany and takes an ink well or a prefilled cartridge. The pen is uninked and will ship with the ink well attachment only. The prefilled cartridges are susceptible to damage and therefore are not shipped to protect your purchase.
To access the refill or the ink, simply unscrew the tip from the middle. In case of the rollerball pen, make sure you don't lose the spring that goes at the end of the refill.
Customization for this pen is not available.
A truly unique creation by nature that fits in your hand. Complimentary velvet pouch is included with the purchase; the pen holder in the images is sold separately.
Note: the dimensions are shown as length of closed pen by height of pen at clip by largest diameter of the wooden body.