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Parker Ingenuity Large Classic Black Chrome Trim (CT) 5th Technology Mode Pen (S0959210)

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Black Laquer with Chrome Trim
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Product Information

Size Name: Large | Color Name: Black Laquer with Chrome Trim
Technical Details
Brand NameParker
Item Weight8 ounces
Product Dimensions6.9 x 1.5 x 3.3 inches
Item model numberS0959210
ColorBlack Laquer with Chrome Trim
Number of Items1
SizeLarge
Point TypeMedium Point
Ink ColorBlack Chrome
Manufacturer Part NumberS0959210
  
Additional Information
ASINB005SA4YDQ
Best Sellers Rank #131,808 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJune 12, 2007
  
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Product Description

Size: Large | Color: Black Laquer with Chrome Trim

Parker Ingenuity Large 5th Technology Ink Pen, Black Lacquer with Chrome Trim (S0959210). The Ingenuity range offers a wide variety of graceful designs, giving you a smooth and flowing writing experience. The writing comfort of a fountain pen with the spontaneity and simplicity of a ball pen. Innovative 5th technology combines the best aspects of fountain and ballpoint pens and adjusts intuitively to your writing style in just a few words. Combines flexible tip and metal hood for an exceptionally smooth and fluid writing experience, with intense and sharp rendering. Limited warranty guarantees product for 2 years from date of original purchase against defects in materials or workmanship. Parker only uses the finest materials to provide the writing instruments with the best quality and most beautiful aspect. Every part of a pen has its own specificity and requires accurate attention to detail and excellent materials. Since 1888, Parker has been combining innovation, expertise and the love of delicate materials to design and conceive the most innovative pens.

From the Manufacturer


About Parker

Parker has always been a powerhouse of innovation. This stream of infinite ingenuity began when George Parker himself designed the remarkable Lucky Curve fountain pen. A truly revolutionary creation, it started the company on its famous journey 125 years ago. Parker carries on this tradition of innovation within its manufacturing processes, developing its people and skills to keep this spirit alive and at the core of Parker's values.

Parker Ingenuity 5th Pens

Another way--the 5th way

Welcome to the new generation in pens.

Innovative and modern, Parker Ingenuity 5th intuitively adapts to your writing style in seconds for an effortlessly smooth, easy glide feeling, thanks to the latest Parker 5th Technology. The dynamic, standout design is right on-trend, making it the perfect accessory to travel with you anywhere

  • Advanced writing instrument with 5th nib technology
  • Combines traditional craftsmanship with modern innovation
  • Available in a wide range of finishes

The 5th Nib: How it Works

You notice it right away. The Parker 5th Technology tip looks like no other pen nib you've seen before, and it acts differently too. The flexible tip bends with the metal hood, adapting within seconds to the angle and pressure you apply, customizing itself to your writing style to provide an exceptionally smooth and fluid writing experience, with intense and sharp rendering.

Uniquely Refined

Parker only uses the finest materials to provide the writing instruments with the best quality and most beautiful aspect. Every part of a pen has its own specificity and requires accurate attention to detail and excellent materials.

Soul of Craftsmanship

Since 1888, Parker has been combining innovation, expertise and the love of delicate materials to design and conceive the most innovative pens. Talented teams of craftsmen and pen experts work together to create ranges of new, hybrid, sophisticated writing instruments, crafted to delight you for years to come. The 5th series is the result of the latest technology advances combined with the soul of traditional craftsmanship.

Duofold Sonnet Premier Urban IM Jotter
Some of our other Parker Pen Collections Since, 1921 Duofold has been iconic of the stunning craftsmanship and heritage of Parker. Finished in precious metals, Duofold offers an exceptionally comfortable and luxurious writing experience thanks to its durable solid gold nib. Timeless and elegant, Sonnet is hand assembled and checked for flawless quality. Solid gold nib gives high precision and exceptional writing comfort, coupled with stylish and classic design. Available in a range of finishes. Flawlessly crafted using precious metals and a solid gold nib, Parker Premier is a prestigious, yet still contemporary choice. Comfortable, precise and hand-assembled, Parker Premier offers an exclusive fine writing experience. Dynamic curved design offers a bold modern look that dares to be noticed. Designed for both left and right hand writers, your inspiration is never cut short with Urban. At once modern, elegant and professional, Parker IM is a pen ready to accompany you anywhere. Smart graphic design offers a stylish look. Fun and practical, Jotter is perfect for those who need a pen on the go and love simple yet cool accessories. The ballpoint nib offers exceptional durability and ease, coupled with an iconic clip and streamlined design.
Available Pen Types Fountain, Rollerball, and Ballpoint Fountain, Rollerball, and Ballpoint Fountain, Rollerball, and Ballpoint Fountain, Rollerball, and Ballpoint Fountain, Rollerball, and Ballpoint Ballpoint
Barrel Material Resin Models available in Lacquer, Gold, Silver, and Stainless Steel Models available in Lacquer, Gold and Titanium Models available in Lacquer and Anodized Aluminum Models available in Lacquer, Anodized Aluminum, and Metal Stainless Steel
Fountain Pen Nib 18K Solid Gold Stainless Steel 18K Solid Gold with rhodium plating Stainless Steel Stainless Steel
Rollerball Nib FreeInk technology, for consistent, fluid lines and long-lasting colors. FreeInk technology, for consistent, fluid lines and long-lasting colors. FreeInk technology, for consistent, fluid lines and long-lasting colors. FreeInk technology, for consistent, fluid lines and long-lasting colors. FreeInk technology, for consistent, fluid lines and long-lasting colors.
Ballpoint Nib Quinkflow technology for a smoother, cleaner, and more consistent writing performance. Quinkflow technology for a smoother, cleaner, and more consistent writing performance. Quinkflow technology for a smoother, cleaner, and more consistent writing performance. Quinkflow technology for a smoother, cleaner, and more consistent writing performance. Quinkflow technology for a smoother, cleaner, and more consistent writing performance. Quinkflow technology for a smoother, cleaner, and more consistent writing performance.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The pen feels very comfortable in the hand.
Lynne B. Wagner
Did you ever ask the question "why doesn't someone make a pen that looks like a fountain pen, but really isn't a fountain pen"?
Chambolle
Another fountain pen of note, which I respect a lot, is the Waterford Kilbarry.
M. Gattus

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

117 of 125 people found the following review helpful By Dr. Philip J. Kinsler VINE VOICE on November 27, 2011
Color Name: Black Laquer with Gold TrimSize Name: Large Verified Purchase
I have to admit to being a pen junkie. I've got a number of good fountain pens, and have always liked Parker products. The Parker Duofold remains my favorite fountain pen. I looked forward to trying this because it seemed to combine fountain pen like writing with no-leak and no-need-to cap-quickly convenience. The pen has some positives. It's nice looking, seems well made, is nicely balanced. However, the writing is NOT fountain-pen like. It is much more like writing with a Sharpie and has the feel of porous point device. In a fountain pen, one can see a difference between the thickness of strokes, as in a script lower case f or g--lines are thicker where you go around the bottom of the loop and thinner on the upstroke, which gives the writing a nice look. I can't get that effect here. I directly compared this pen with an ultra-fine Sharpie. I'm quite convinced I could not tell the difference with a blindfold. The refill is configured to look like a fountain pen and it does have some flex to it. According to the Parker website the refill 'interacts' with the fountain-pen like 'hood.' I am unconvinced this really happens. So, I wound up paying 160 bucks for a good looking Sharpie. Maybe the dress up is worth it for you, I'm feeling buyer's regret.
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54 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Rocket Riter on August 10, 2012
Color Name: Black Rubber with Metal Chrome TrimSize Name: Large
Parker's PR people did a lousy job communicating what's special about this pen, which is apparent when you read many of these reviews. People are shocked when they realize that it's not a fountain pen (it's not advertised as a fountain pen) and feel gypped when they find out that it's "only" a felt-tip. When I bought it, even the pen salesman (in a high-quality pen store) remarked to me that he didn't understand why Parker put a "fake fountain pen tip" on a felt-tip pen. But I've worked with this pen for several weeks and can share some answers.

1) Yes, this is a felt-tip and not a fountain pen. It appears to use a high-quality cartridge that does not dry out when the cap is left off and that does not push in when you press down hard, both failings of cheaper felt-tips.

2) The "fake metal fountain pen point" is there for a reason. When you write with it, that metal hood forces you to always orient the same side of the felt-tip toward the paper. This is what enables the pen to learn (in other words, wear down to) your preferred writing angle, which customizes the stroke. When you first start to write, the tip feels scratchy, but within a few sentences that personalized wear angle sets in and the pen becomes exceptionally smooth--sort of the "Blackwing" of felt-tips.

3) Because the tip develops a flat-spot personalized to your handwriting, it quickly takes on an oval shape. This is reflected on the paper as variation between thick and thin in your pen strokes. As a result, your penmanship is more expressive than with a rollerball or standard felt-tip (but less expressive than with a fountain pen). This is more noticeable with the medium than with the fine point.

So what you get is a felt-tip pen that is smoother, longer-lasting, and more expressive to write with than its predecessors. It's not a fake fountain pen. It's a terrific felt-tip that's a pleasure to write with.
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97 of 108 people found the following review helpful By M. Gattus on February 9, 2012
Color Name: Black Laquer with Chrome TrimSize Name: Small
I recently received one of these as a gift, and being the sort of person who doesn't like to toss away or sell gifts I have it sitting in it's presentation box on my desk.

As the other reviewer stated, this *IS NOT* a fountain pen by any stretch of the imagination. It's some sort of "porous" tip that writes sort of like a fine point sharpie, except it's much less comfortable in my hand than a sharpie would be.

If you'd like an excellent fountain pen at a low price (low being a relative term, fountain pens have a sweet spot in the $150-$250 range, and another in the $2000-$2500 range) I would recommend the following, which I own currently, or have owned in the past.

If you'd like a Parker simply because you like the brand and the feel of their pens in your hand, the model 75 is quite nice, I've owned mine for a fair while and I enjoy writing with it.

My preference would be a pen by Pelikan - their model m250 can be had for around $125 if you search a bit, and their m400, which is essentially upgraded in every way can be had for $150-$160, though finding one at the prices I listed could take a fair bit of looking, perhaps purchasing a display model from a fine writing instrument shop or you could find one very gently used on either eBay or Amazon marketplace.

Another fountain pen of note, which I respect a lot, is the Waterford Kilbarry. I personally still use mine a great deal, it ran around $120 when I bought it a few years back, and it's still in rotation with my Deltas, Montblancs and Nakayas. A $120 pen standing up to very high end offerings at fifteen to twenty times it's price is highly impressive to me, and if you decide to begin a collection of pens the Waterford is something you can carry without worry and it looks like a pen priced in the $800-$1000 range.

Best of luck in finding what you're looking for, I hope this review helps you to find a pen that will make you genuinely happy.
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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 30, 2012
Color Name: Black Laquer with Gold TrimSize Name: Large
Let's dispense with the controversy first. This is not a fountain pen. It is more of a classic a felt tip pen with a very nice looking body. So why buy this pen? Buy it BECAUSE it is not a fountain pen. Like many people looking at this pen, I am a bit of a pen geek. I use a bottle filled classic fountain pen with a gold nib that has nicely adapted to my writing style. I also deal with splotches, smears, times when the ink doesn't flow well, etc. --- all of which come with a fountain pen. Also, I don't travel with a fountain pen, since I don't ever remember to empty it first.

That's where this pen comes in. It's a sealed refill that works fine in planes. It doesn't smear, and the ink doesn't suddenly stop. It also writes exceptionally smoothly coming out of the box. In other words, it's sort of that perfect every day pen you can use when you are not writing leisurely (which is most of the time for me).

The biggest knock on this pen is that they put a fake nib on it, behind which the ink flows. I actually think this is fine. It looks mostly like a fountain pen, but it doesn't have all the hassles. You can decided whether this is worth using a a "poser" pen. For most people, I think it's perfect, as most people would never care to use a fountain pen.

Bottom line: very smooth, easy to use, carry, and travel with every day pen.
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