|Item Weight||7.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6.9 x 1.5 x 3.3 inches|
|Item model number||S0959230|
|Color||Black Rubber Rings with Nickel-Palladium Trim|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||S0959230|
Parker Ingenuity Large Daring Black Rubber and Metal Chrome Trim (CT) 5th Technology Mode Pen (S0959230)
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Powerhouse of Innovation
Without innovation, luxury falters. Since 1888, Parker has thrived through innovation, challenging the status quo in pursuit of the perfect pen. At a time when pen longevity was dubious and ink leakage prevalent, George Safford Parker set out to change the face of writing. From the revolutionary creation of the Lucky Curve fountain pen to the best-selling pen of the 20th Century—the Parker 51—to Parker’s quick-drying QuinkFlow technology, the talented teams of craftsmen and pen experts at Parker have dedicated 125 years to creating ranges of new, hybrid, sophisticated fine writing instruments, designed to delight you for a lifetime.
The Parker Ingenuity Collection
Imagine if your pen intelligently adapted to your unique writing style. The Parker Ingenuity Collection of fine writing pens with 5th technology does just that, providing smooth-gliding ink that flows silkily onto the page with each stroke of your hand and adjusts—mid stroke—to cater to your specific handwriting techniques. Combining the luxurious style of a fountain pen with the simplicity of a rollerball pen, 5th technology pens utilize a flexible tip that interacts with a metal hood to make sure each mark is sharp, precise and fluid. A fiber tip and bevy of rapid-drying ink colors create smudge-free penmanship that allows for a flawless transition between each line. A revolutionary design combined with quality materials and high-end finishes ensures that you have a writing tool that’s luxury-oriented yet affordable.
- 5th technology delivers elegant precision
- Slim and large designs accommodate various handholds
- Variety of elegant body finishes and accenting finishes
- High level of interchangeability with 6 refill colors
Find the design that speaks to your sense of style.
Write comfortably with smart-glide tips that are designed with personal writing styles in mind, touching the page at an ideal angle and intuitively adapting to an individual user’s preferred manner of writing, while allowing each word to flow fluidly from the nib without skipping or scratching.
Luxuriously and innovatively constructed, 5th technology advances the art of fine writing instruments into an entirely new and novel territory that bridges extravagance with affordability.
With 6 vibrant ink colors to choose from, you can write vividly without leaving delicate sheets of paper scratched and torn. Highly interchangeable ink refills flow smoothly from the nib and dry rapidly for impeccable documentation.
|Pen Style||Prestigious and innovative||Timeless, elegant, and stylish||Bold and modern||Modern, elegant, and professional|
|Refill Colors||Olive Green, Burgundy Red, Purple, Peacock Blue, Blue, Black||Olive Green, Burgundy Red, Purple, Peacock Blue, Blue, Black||Olive Green, Burgundy Red, Purple, Peacock Blue, Blue, Black||Olive Green, Burgundy Red, Purple, Peacock Blue, Blue, Black|
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 roller 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.
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This was a gift to myself. I figured, "I don't have a *nice* pen," so I thought I should treat myself, and also because I wanted to look fancy at select professional events with a fancy pen that stood out.
— WHITE/PINK GOLD —
I'm a guy, and I got the white/pink gold pen. I have enough black pens. The white and pink gold stood out the most for me, and would juxtapose with intended stereotypes of who should be holding it. It's a very nice and well-crafted pen. The main selling point for me was the etching on the tip that evoked flowing ink and a subtle arrow shaft design. I had wanted the Parker Premier Monochrome Special Edition Fountain Pen because it had an even prettier tip design, but $300 is my limit for a pen, at least for the moment.
The pen comes in a nice box, which you can reuse to gift someone else a pen. There is one ink cartridge provided, and it's easy to install; it works like all the other Parker pens: unscrew the pen opening, put ink cartridge inside, screw back on. Done.
— INK & WRITING —
This is not a roller ball, this is not a ballpoint, this is not a fountain pen. This is the equivalent of a medium point Sharpie. It writes immediately in a consistent medium thickness. The ink dries instantly, and overall writes very well. I don't see myself writing stories or sketching designs with this, but I'll definitely want to be seen signing checks (why is this still a thing?), and signing contracts with this.
This is a beautiful pen that is well-constructed, that also writes well. It would make a great gift to anyone that appreciates having nice things (but not for someone that loses pens!). Recommended.
1. Total Length Capped: 5 1/2"
2. Total Length Uncapped: 5"
3. Diameter: 1 3/8" (The Chrome portion adjacent to the nib)
4. Black Barrel Dimension: 1 7/8"
If you are a woman and your glove size is between 6 1/2 through 8 and your fingers are slender this is the pen for you.
If you have arthritis, this is the pen for you as well.
If writing for a long length of time, use the pen uncapped.
If you are using it for your signature or some short term writing, this is the pen for you.
The balance is perfect. The felt-tip is superior because it writes at all angles.
The clip is strong and long enough to be functional.
The rubber texture allows you the ability to control the pen.
I don't have enough adjectives to describe how incredible this pen is. You will fall in love with this pen.
This pen is somewhat longer, and thicker than the medium sized Parker pens. That should be a given though, being that this is a large; just thought you'd want to hear it first hand.
This pen does come with a cap, it is not a twist. I hate pens without caps.
The pen's integrity is very firm; like an extra thick aluminum can. You won't be able to crush it with your hand though unless you have the strength of a gorilla or something. It's very well made in that way, the cap snaps on and off. Although it doesn't hold on the backside of the barrel extremely well. You don't want to wave it around to much, if you don't want to lose the cap that is.
The ink flows pretty well. I'm not 100%, but I believe this to be a roller-ball. It writes like one anyway. The ink freely flows and is wet. It does smudge initially, until it dries. So, be careful with your check writing.
Overall this is a nice enough pen. Overpriced (i got for 145) but nice. If you have the cash to drop and don't mind overpaying somewhat, pick this chrome pen up and watch it fly from your hands as you're writing in rage... bills irritate me.
Not really having any interest in getting one, that quickly changed when I picked one up and wrote with it. Went home and ordered two of them; one for a gift and the other for myself.
Now that I have my own in hand, it feels great both for tactile feedback on paper and in-hand feel due to the weight. No mistake, this is a heavy pen, and for me, that's a great thing, but if you like lightweight pens then one of the lighter models would be for you.
I've seen some reviews where the purchaser seems to have felt mislead, which made me feel that they did their shopping completely online rather than getting one in hand before making a decision. Being a fan of how fountain pens feel, but not so much of actually writing with them, I like the presentation of this pen, especially that it doesn't bleed as readily as other felt tipped writers, and specifically looked for problems in this area when trying the pen out in the store.
My initial test with the pen was accompanied by the feeling that it would probably have either the problems I'd encountered with roller pens or felt tipped writers, but they've apparently put a lot of attention into addressing all pen issues, and their research has, in my opinion, paid off.
I'm actually going to try writing more letters just so I can use this great writing tool.
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And its elegant, classy and cheaper than others sellers who sell at $200 dollars.