|Item Weight||1 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.
+ Easy to find refills (although you won't need it, due to lasting a long time)
+ Quality ball point ink
+ Ball point rotates every click, to ensure even wear on the tip
+ Improved from earlier models, especially the clicking mechanism.
+ Comes in pink!
- Gel refills don't last very long.
In 1995, I got my first pens: a Parker Jotter ballpoint, and Parker Vector rollerball. This was in Hong Kong. The Vector ran out of ink quickly (I was a 7th grade student), so I stopped using them.I used my jotter for years as a student in school and then in college. I abused this pen as a student - using it to pry open staples, jammed locker doors, and more. I remember quickly bending the clip and subsequently breaking it off.
Now, I continue to buy them, for myself and as gifts. The styling is classic, and they are incredibly functional. Parker's jotters are designed so that the tip of the ball point rotates 90 degrees each click, thus ensuring that the tip gets even wear. These days, refills are easy to find, and you can get gel refills or Fisher Space Pen refills.
Also, I'm not sure when, but the clicking mechanism has been revamped. I think in the early 2000's. My previous jotter from Hong Kong stopped clicking reliably. It was also slimmer than the type sold now, and the clip is slimmer and more stream lined.
The jotter has a special place in my life. It was my first gift to my wife while we were dating. I bought her the pink one.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Parker Jotter received was not as described. It was smaller - represented to be 0.5 x 2.1 x 7.6 inches but was in fact 0.25 inches wide x 5 inches long. Read morePublished 13 days ago by M. Horstman
Parker is an almost perfect pen, especially when paired with the Japanese Ohto Tasche refill. Perfection!Published 14 days ago by Jason Brooks
Decent pen. Thinner than I had expected. The ink ran out after using it for only three days. If not for the solid retractor button I would have been sending it back.Published 16 days ago by JD