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Parker Jotter Pen, Stainless Steel, Medium Point, Black Ink

4.2 out of 5 stars 412 customer reviews
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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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Brand Name Parker
Item Weight 1.6 ounces
Product Dimensions 0.3 x 0.9 x 4.5 inches
Item model number 13333
Color Stainless Steel CT
Number of Items 1
Point Type Medium
Line Size 1.00 mm
Ink Color Black
Tip Type Conical
Manufacturer Part Number 13333

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ASIN B001603YXI
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4.2 out of 5 stars 412 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #16,458 in Office Products (See top 100)
#1,390 in Office Products > Educational Supplies > Writing & Correction Supplies > Pens & Refills
#20,617 in Office Products > Office Supplies
Shipping Weight 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First Available October 2, 2001

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This is a good quality everyday pen for under $10.00. There is no need to spend a lot to get a nice looking and durable pen. However, I have had very bad luck with the Parker refills. I have had three pens rendered inoperable due to gooey, leaking ink from the refill. Ink leaks from the top and gums up the clicking mechanism, and from the ball point the ink gets blobby and gooey and can smear. These were authentic Parker refills. It is possible that the leaking is due to sometimes carrying the pen upside down, but that still makes it unsuitable for my purposes. I like the stainless look and the pen design, but I absolutely will not use a Parker refill again. I cleaned out the pens with acetone and Q-Tips and tried a different refill. If you want a really nice refill that fits Parker, try the Schmidt Easy Flow 9000. You can get it on Amazon. It has a lower viscosity ink that writes very smooth and does not smear, and I have not found those refills to leak. Its smoothness is more like a rollerball yet it is still considered a ballpoint and it retains the fine line and precision of a ballpoint.
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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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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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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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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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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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This is my other favorite pen. The one pen I love as much as the Fisher Cap-O-Matic Series. I love this pen because its similar to the Fisher Cap-O-Matic. Its another inexpensive (and pretty much iconic) all metal ballpoint pen that looks great, should should last forever, and is a nice size and comfortable to write with. My favorite thing about the Jotter is the shape, which I find I'm a bit more inclined to hold at the exact right spot than I am with the Cap-o-Matic. My least favorite thing about the Jotter is actually the Parker Quinkflow cartridge. After about 2 days of use with the supplied cartridge, I swapped it with an extra Fisher medium point black refill I had lying around, and this dramatically improved the pen. Some people love Quinkflow cartriges, some don't. For my money it was extremely smooth and fairly legible, but it almost never writes as soon as you touch pen to paper, you have to start the thing first. Also, its not great for writing on odd surfaces, and sometimes I need to do that at work. Finally, it has a very slight tendency to blob and smear. This last issue really isn't a huge one, if this was a disposable pen, I'd say it writes great apart from the skipping tendency, but since this costs as much as my Fisher Cap-O-Matics and Sheaffer VMF, I think its worth mentioning. Swapping in the Fisher refill corrects those issues though I have to admit the Parker Quinkflow cartridge IS smoother than the pressurized Fisher cartridge. (At least the if they're both medium point, I've since switched to Fisher bold point cartridges which are smoother than the medium point Quinkflow. I haven't tried Quinkflow in a bold point cartridge) Anyway, since I already had 2 spare (medium point) Fisher cartridges just sitting in a drawer, I'm not penalizing the Jotter for Parker cartridge.Read more ›
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