|Item Weight||1.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.3 x 0.9 x 4.5 inches|
|Item model number||13333|
|Number of Items||1|
|Line Size||1.00 mm|
|Manufacturer Part Number||FBA_13333|
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Parker Jotter Pen, Stainless Steel, Medium Point, Black Ink
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- Grip Type: Smooth
- Line Size: 1.00 mm
- Ink Color(s): Black
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Offers a sleek, streamlined design crafted from stainless steel for a professional look. Answers the call for a lifetime of durability and service. Retractable to protect pockets and purses. Global Product Type: Pens; Pen Type: Ballpoint; Special Ink Type: N/A; Pen Style: Retractable.
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So far, my impressions of the Jotter are good. There will be some comparisons between the Jotter and F-701 throughout this review. The Jotter is a smooth, elegant stainless steel pen. Its metal does not seem as thick and sturdy as the F-701. It is definitely lighter than the F-701. Update: after using these pens for some time, I take back my initial comment about the quality of construction. The pen body is rigid and tough and it instills confidence. I was used to the beefy construction of the F-701, so the smaller, thinner Jotter seemed "weaker" in comparison but it's not. The clicker mechanism is awesome - it produces a very authoritative CLICK, unlike the softer click of the F-701. I even proudly demonstrated this to my girlfriend and she looked at me unimpressed. The ink quality is unremarkable - the Jotter writes like any other cheap pen I've ever used. It took a few seconds of scribbling to get the pens working when I first received them. I have average-sized hands (7.5" from bottom of wrist to middle finger) and the Jotter fits in them well. I don't think that I miss the knurled grip of the F-701, as it would start to wear on the side of my middle finger after a while. The smooth Jotter barrel is comfortable to hold, although it is inherently less grippy. The F-701's clip is way better. It slides over my front shirt pocket and holds the pen in place with no problem. The Jotter's clip is equally secure, but it does not slide onto anything easily - I've actually had to "open" the clip up to slide the Jotter into my pocket, my notebook's pen holder, even a few sheets of paper. It's too tight. Update: the clip also has a tendency to dig into one's hand. It sort of stabs the base of my index finger, requiring me to spin the pen around so the clip is facing out. I consider this a minor inconvenience.
Overall I'm pleased. I like the Jotter and F-701 for different reasons. The Jotter is classy and refined, and the F-701 is tough and utilitarian, so choose accordingly. Personally, the greater variety of refills that do not require modifications for the Jotter is what tipped the scales.
Again I recommend switching to the fine point refills if you want this pen.
So I received this pen a few months ago when it was FREEZING outside. I opened the package and tried writing with it.........nothing. I let it warm up a little and tried again. The only kind of lines I could get out of the pen were so inconsistent. I had to squiggle a little or re-write the first few letters to get the ink flowing, and then it would be patchy. So, I got ride of the sucka and threw in a fisher space pen refill. Amazing.
The construction of the pen is nice....IF you are using it for its correct purpose. It's called the jotter for a reason. I use it at my work (security) to jot down notes throughout the day. I pop out the pen and write down 25-50 quick notes a day. At home I carry it in my pants pocket or shirt for the off chance some one needs a pen. The pen is small and sturdy and great for taking notes. And with a fisher refill in it, it's a fantastic little EDC pen.
If you are a student or doctor or nurse or whatever, and do a lot writing, this may not be the best. Maybe. But i could be wrong if you like small pens with no grip. (here comes the 701 plug) The zebra 701 is also fantastic. I have used it for about a year in my work and home life. Nice weight, good grip, decent clip. The only reason that the jotter goes with me is because the clip is a little stronger (in my opinion) and is just a little more travel friendly. Again YMMV