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Parker Jotter Stainless Steel GT Retractable Ball Point Pen

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Price: $9.85 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details
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Stainless Steel GT
  • Ultra resistant, scratch-free finish
  • High-shine stainless steel
  • Superior nib resistance and durability
  • Designed to provide an optimal writing angle for both right and left-handed writers
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Product Information

Color: Stainless Steel GT
Technical Details
Brand NameParker
Item Weight2.4 ounces
Product Dimensions8.6 x 4.5 x 0.8 inches
Item model numberPJSGTBP256
ColorStainless Steel GT
Manufacturer Part NumberS070551
  
Additional Information
ASINB001F86LJU
Best Sellers Rank #2,157 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableSeptember 3, 2008
  
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Product Description

Color: Stainless Steel GT

Parker Jotter Stainless Steel Gold Trim Ballpoint Pen: It is a design classic and a household name, preferred the world over for its quality, durability and great value for money. It's popular, dynamic and personifies the soical side of writing with bright lively colors and a practical, simple shape.

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Customer Reviews

This pen looks and feels good.
Anil K. Channegowda
Great pen, good weight, feels good in your hand.
keyboardfreak88
This pen writes very smoothly.
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31 of 34 people found the following review helpful By A. Downey on July 12, 2010
Color Name: Stainless Steel CT
Needed a good pen for my Army uniform. It fits inside the the pen pockets of the new Army ACU uniform. The barrel is smooth, thin and there's no rubber grip that gets in the way. The size also makes it a great pen for a checkbook or organizer notebook.

The pen is small, but stainless steel, so it's got a bit of heft to it for its size. It feels like quality.

The spring is strong, but the clicking mechanism is smoothed. Maybe there's a buffer or something so it's easier to click than the spring makes it feel. The button is rounded so it feels good on the thumb.

I'm mostly disappointed by the lack of places that sell this pen. Office supply stores used to sell them, but not anymore. Cheaper plastic pens with rubbery grips, there. Most places sell the Zebra pens, but those are made in Indonesia, where the Parker is made in the UK. I feel better about supporting a British company. Also, as someone else noted, you can't just buy a Jotter with blue ink. You have to order that refill separately.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By John Armour on December 1, 2009
Color Name: Stainless Steel CT Verified Purchase
This is a great little pen. Smooth, does not show wear, and is light in the pocket. Apparently others share this opinion, as I've lost two over the past 5 years.
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23 of 26 people found the following review helpful By C. Cutler on September 17, 2012
Color Name: Stainless Steel CT
The Parker Jotter has been my favorite pen for 30 years. Unfortunately, the new ones are terrible. The pens themselves are fine - it's the ink cartridges which are the problem. They don't start writing immediately, you have to scribble a little to get the ink flowing. I've tried 4 different refills at different times over the last several months, hoping that I just had a bad refill. No such luck. As much as I hate to say it, I'm switching to Cross pens. It's such a shame when a great product gets bought by another company and deteriorates. C'est la vie.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Neil Moir on April 24, 2013
Color Name: Stainless Steel CT
I have relied on this pen style for 20 years. Replacing lost versions and refilling with religious devotion. Recently their longevity has crashed. Becoming unresolvably jammed.

Time for a new brand. Bye Parker, I used to love you...
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Work In Progress on January 11, 2012
Color Name: Stainless Steel CT
To say I'm a Parker jotter loyalist would be an understatement. I've used jotters since I was a child and they have always been my favorite. At one time I used the half-plastic jotters, which I thought were great until someone gave me the stainless steel jotter. Definitely hooked for life. The plastic jotters can break if you sit on them. Not so the stainless steel pens. They are virtually indestructable with anything like normal use. I can honestly say that no stainless steel Parker Jotter has every ruined a shirt by leaking, which is not something I can say for most major brand office pens. I will NEVER put a company issued pen in my pocket, they are strictly for my desktop. The Parker is the ONLY pen that goes in my pocket. The stainless steel is fairly distinctive and makes it easy to detect someone walking away with my pen at a meeting (by accident of course....hmm). I carry one in my pocket, one in my car, one by the computer at home, and one on my office desk. Probably the single most reliable object I own next to my Victorinox Swiss Army knife. Not something I ever want to be without.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By E. Hansen on August 13, 2012
Color Name: Blue Verified Purchase
I had an older Parker Jotter; it was an excellent pen, well weighted, wrote nice, ideal in every way. I bought this expecting it to be the same pen. Sadly, the colored plastic end of this pen is much lighter and cheaper than the old pens. They were never hefty, and were always plastic, but the new ones seem much cheaper.
For the price, these really aren't worth it. I've spent less on a capacitive ballpoint pen (for the ipad). I'd recommend either spending the extra dollar and get the full metal jotter, or looking at the touchtec pens if you use a tablet/phone often.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Carol Mello on April 13, 2013
Color Name: Stainless Steel CT
I am an office product junkie. I prefer pens and mechanical pencils that click over those that twist. I like sturdy durable products with clean efficient design. I like stuff that is in production over decades, not products that disappear after I have become fond of them.

The Parker Jotter has been my all time favorite pen since I was 20 (I am now retired so I am mumble-mumble-mumble years old). My current Jotter looks the same as my original Jotter. It has a brushed aluminum barrel with a metal clip (that men probably like) and looks handsome. Some people may prefer the slightly more expensive Cross Classic pen (also available on Amazon in metal or black) but having owned and used both, I prefer the Jotter because it writes smoother than the Cross and the clicker is a one-handed method (more efficient that a twisting barrel). The smoothness of the Jotter probably is due to some special quality of the Jotter ink. Jotter pens do not tear paper and do not skip (when used with Parker ink). The ink does not smear: I know this because I am left handed and smeared ink is the bane of my writing experience.

So far I have owned 3 Jotters and I just ordered my 4th (back-up) Jotter. Jotter 1 lasted for over 10 years until the clicker broke >:-<. Jotter 2 (replacing Jotter 1) was stolen from me by a person who will remain unnamed. For a while I was not able to locate a new Jotter and had to go Jotter-less (but still kept my broken Jotter 1 in a drawer and gazed at it fondly from time to time). Jotter 3 has been with me now for many years and I guard it with my life (and I did finally dispose of broken Jotter 1). I will lend you my Jotter for a minute if you are pen-less however I will nag you to get on with your writing and return my Jotter immediately. I will wrestle you to the ground to get my Jotter back. Excessive and obsessive: yes; but I am that fond of this pen which is why I am ordering Jotter 4, my back-up Jotter.
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