|Item Weight||0.5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.5 x 2.1 x 7.6 inches|
|Item model number||78033|
|Number of Items||1|
|Line Size||1.00 mm|
|Manufacturer Part Number||78033|
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Parker Jotter Retractable Ballpoint Pen, Medium, Stainless Steel with barrel, Colors May Vary (78033)
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- Stainless steel sleek, streamlined design.
- Lifetime of durability and service.
- Grip Type: Smooth
- Line Size: 1.00 mm
- Ink Color(s): Black
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Top Customer Reviews
I advise anyone to buy at least one of these and perhaps more. This and the Pilot Knight are all an office needs. (Of course the pencils are also excellent. I prefer my Staedtler 9505 pencils, but the jotter pencils are a close second.)
Today, Parker's Jotters show a real lack of fine build-quality that is endemic of our times. The threads are sloppy looking. Rolled, not machined. That's on the barrel. The top has a cheap-looking plastic insert - Oh the humanity!. The good "click" is still there, not a bit muted by all of the plastic parts. And on the back, the made in the USA is long gone. Made in the UK Ltd. And while the pens still work as intended, underneath I know that there is cheap plastic where machined brass and steel should be.
The refills still rock, especially the Parker Gel refills. They are amazing and I use them in many of the pens I own that take a Parker-style refill. Parker used to make a refill called "Golden Touch" that was vastly superior to the basic refill. But they stopped making them (dunno why, but I guess it was the cost).Read more ›
If you like fine writing instruments and are on a tight budget, get yourself a Parker Jotter.
These pens work very well and look great. They last a long time, and are refillable.
I'm sold on these pens, and they are solid values.
With that said, I still have been using Parker Jotters exclusively since 1974. My favorites were three I bought in the early 1990's from a special-order catalog in an Office Depot store. When I couldn't find any Jotters on the store shelves, I asked a salesman where they were, and he showed me their special-order catalog. looking through the catalog, the Jotters with comfort grip handles caught my eye, and I ordered one. When it arrived, the pen's handle changed from dark blue to teal and back when I shifted it in the light. I reordered two more when I found out how comfortable the first one was. I still consider that style as the best ink pen for the money- period. Sadly, they haven't been available for probably 15 years.
Did/(does) the Parker Company feel the Jotter wasn't expensive enough to invest advertising money trying to promote it? The Jotter is a great product and should remain popular even in our current "throw away mentality" market. I would not trade a Jotter ballpoint for anybody's expensive pen.
I usually use a Jotter for a year, then buy a new one with a different color handle. I usually pay about $6 for each. Within the year, I also buy several Parker refills.
Lately, I don't see any nice colored Jotters on the shelves of the office supply companies that I frequent- only "sports car red," pastel green, and "breast cancer awareness" pink. I won't buy online because they won't give me a color choice. I'm a lefty; I'd give my right arm for a half dozen teal Jotters!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Pen is fine, but the ink cartridge it contained won't write. It must be dried out. I had to order additional cartridges to use the pen.Published 4 days ago by Larry S Cyr
The pen tends to stop working after a few weeks with light writing. There's better options out therePublished 5 days ago by MJZ
Ordered 2 of them and only 1 of them works. ***colors vary - I didn't notice that when I ordered them. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Michael C. Mcknelly
I have bought several Parker Jotter's. The all metal one has been the best. These plastic ones have been problematic. Read morePublished 1 month ago by mek
Ordered two pens and neither came with ink one of which did not even include an ink cartridge. I think I will stick with BIC.Published 1 month ago by Ryan Feldmeier
It doesn't come in a box like the pictures show! I'm a little dissapointed.Published 1 month ago by Kindle Customer
I have used these before, but in this one the spring mechanism felt a little crude to click and thus did not seem to meet the quality you would expect from a parker. Read morePublished 2 months ago by RY