|Item Weight||10.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||9.25 x 5.51 x 1.18 inches|
|Item model number||S0699370|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Material Type||Stainless steel|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||3-Pen College Set (.20-.50 mm)|
|Manufacturer Part Number||S0699370|
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rOtring S0699370 Isograph Technical Drawing Pens, Set, 3-Pen College Set (.20-.50 mm),Brown
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- 3 pen set of high precision technical pens with refillable ink reservoirs is perfect for College level students
- Push on sleeve provides easy access to ink helix and fast cleaning; Color coded barrel indicates line width
- Refillable ink reservoir is ideal for frequent drawers; Fill from ink bottles available in multiple colors; Ink not included
- Wear resistant, hard chrome plated thin tip allows exquisite detail work; Nib is crafted from stainless steel; Not for any use on skin, including tattoos
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Whenever a creative idea is born, a rOtring is never far away: in architects' offices, universities, schools, and artists' studios. The writing and drawing instruments with the red ring have winning technical precision and functionality. rOtring products were designed in the best possible shape for the task at hand, with no compromises. The feeling of putting an idea on paper with a rOtring inspires you to do your best.
rOtring Isograph Technical Drawing Pen
Designed for precision
The rOtring Isograph Technical Drawing Pen is a high precision technical pen designed to provide you with flawless lines. With its ergonomic barrel, the Isograph pen achieves an ideal weight balance, allowing you to work for long hours without discomfort or fatigue. The wear-resistant, hard chrome-plated thin tip is perfect for exquisite detail work in drawing, drafting and technical writing. No matter what you’re working on, the superior design and high quality construction of the Isograph pen enables you to be technically perfect, every time.
- Choose from 13 line widths with color-coded barrels for easy reference
- Refillable ink reservoir perfect for frequent users
- Uses high-density opaque, lightfast, fast-drying waterproof pigment ink (not included)
- Push-on sleeve for easy access to ink helix and fast cleaning
Technically perfect, every time
Achieve exquisite detail with a thin tip honed for technical precision. The Isograph’s wear-resistant, hard chrome-plated thin tip allows for the utmost in perfection, and the stainless steel construction ensures long lasting use.
Easy to refill ink reservoir
The Isograph pen is equipped with a refillable ink reservoir that is ideal for frequent drawers. Use high opacity, fast drying bottled inks to refill your Isograph pen with no fuss. The patented push-on sleeve allows for easy access to the ink helix and for fast cleaning, so you can focus on what matters.
Work with a pristine pen
Keep your Isograph pens in pristine condition with rOtring Cleaning Fluid for technical pens. The patented push-on sleeve allows for fast, easy cleaning of the ink helix. Whether you’re between uses or preparing to switch ink colors, ensure that your Isograph pen is as precise and functional as you need.
Line widths are easy to read with color-coded barrels, so you can work faster and more precisely.
Designed and manufactured with precision for optimum performance. 3-pen set of high-precision technical pens with refillable ink reservoirs is perfect for College-level students. Wear-resistant, hard chrome-plated thin tip allows exquisite detail work. Nib is crafted from stainless steel. Push-on sleeve provides easy access to ink helix and fast cleaning. Color coded barrel indicates line width. Refillable ink reservoir is ideal for frequent drawers. Fill from ink bottles available in multiple colors. Ink not included. 3 Isograph pens (0.2 mm, 0.3 mm, 0. 5 mm), Tikky (burgundy) 0.5 mm, 12 hi-polymer HB leads, B20 eraser, 23 ml ink bottle, and compass attachment. rOtring Isograph Technical Drawing Pens, Set, 3-Pen College Set (.20-.50 mm).
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It is a bit scratchy...but that's inevitable given how thin the line is. Use good paper and this is a non-issue.
I like that the pen lasts basically forever. No more throwing pens away when the nib wears down. I've had mine full of ink for a month. There is a rubber gasket built into the cap that keeps the ink wet. You don't have to clean them after every use. Because I've heard that this thinnest one can dry out if ignored for a while, I try to 'take it for a walk' every day. Dogs need to be walked, and I suspect this pen needs to have some ink moving in it every day. I might just be paranoid...but better safe than sorry. I basically just doodle. I can 'exercise' all 6 of my rOtrings in under two minutes.
I have a 0.1, 0.2, 0.3, 0.5 and 0.8. I find that the 0.1 and 0.2 are so thin as to be basically the same. The 0.8 is so fat I don't really like it. The 0.5 lays down enough ink that the 0.8 is not needed. I did put rOtring white in the 0.5 and 0.8 but it flows brokenly unless you draw really slowly, so I use Gellyroll pens (white) instead.
I did clean them a couple times when switching between white and black ink, and once when I was away from my pens for a month. I have not yet completely taken them apart (don't want to bend the wires)...but I like that you can if needed. I just soak them in water until the ink dilutes to nothing. It's possible that a high end fountain pen might have enough variable line width to match these rOtrings, but I can't afford to spend $200 on a gold tipped fountain pen. For now I love these rOtrings. For more of my pen work, search for: markhwebster
Update: Upon further disassembly of the pen I found the super thin piece of wire that is supposed to run inside the tip was completely bent and curled. I tried to gently straighten it and it fell off. Not acceptable for such an expensive pen. My guess is that the pen was not correctly assembled at the factory so when I shook the pen (as designed) the wire was just getting beat up inside the pen rather than sliding in and out of the tip.
$40 for a set of pens that will last you a lifetime with proper care is a great deal, I'm glad I got these!
UPDATE: I went 3 WHOLE WEEKS without using the pen filled with Speedball Super Black, and no clogging whatsoever. Started writing immediately!
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I used to use the Rapidograph 0.2 to write my college notes and love letters 50 years ago. They were excellent as precise pens. Nice and clear and black.
I couldn't possibly use the 0.2 or 0.3 pens for any kind of loose, easy writing because they're tearing the surface of the paper as I write. It feels as though the needle down the pen hasn't been smoothed.
It works for me, but only because I use the nibs constantly, so each one would get cleaned and re-filled every two days. Practice doesn't actually make perfect, but as long as the wire goes straight down in at the first drop, it's great. When that step fails, it turns into messy darned nuisance! I always do the cleaning over the sink, and wear an apron; but the payoff is a perfect nib ready for use at any moment.
Out of the box, I filled it (well I only ever half fill these) with the Rotoring ink, and a few shakes to get the ink through and its off......and hasnt faltered.
Its wonderful to see quality products being made just as they were years ago and this is a wonderful bit of equipment. I recomend this and all the other sizes if you want to do this type of work. Of course, this is a specialist item....so use it for what it was designed for!
If you've got hands spades and arms like a stevedore, you may find the tip a little delicate - I had to ease right up on my heavyhandedness to adjust for it, but I love it now. The body on mine has cracked, but I've dropped it a few times, so that's probably on me.