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Parker Quinkflow Ball Pen Refill Medium - Blue (Blister Pack)
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- Designed for neat writing and quick drying of the ink
- Delivers optimal writing performance without skipping
- Easy and clean refill process
- Specifically for use with Parker pens to give faultless service and optimum writing performance
- Quinkflow technology provides smoother, cleaner,
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For more than 120 years, PARKER has established itself as a pioneer in the Fine Writing field in both technology and design. Born out of part-time salesman George Parker’s yearning for a more reliable pen, PARKER thrives on its dedication to understanding consumer needs. The brand’s technological breakthroughs and tireless innovation have transformed the industry time and time again with products demonstrating craftsmanship and quality. PARKER’s drive to innovate? George Parker’s ethos, “Make a better pen and people will buy it.” PARKER is a forever partner, for those who strive for achievement in life and write their own story. PARKER’s innovations in technology and design have not only carved out a place for the brand in history, but still resonate with consumers today. In 1894, the first major innovation came in the form of PARKER’s Lucky Curve, a new fountain pen system. Featuring a pioneering anti-leak curved ink feed system the Lucky Curve allowed users, for the first time, to travel with their fountain pens easily and without worry. PARKER continued to innovate, introducing the Vacumatic in the 1930s. The pen’s ink well, visible through a transparent barrel, held over twice as much ink as other pens. In 1954, PARKER created the Jotter, an innovation that sold more than 3.5 million units in the first year and lives today as an iconic design. In parallel, PARKER’s breakthroughs in design innovation created a name for the brand as well. The landmark bold design of the Duofold defied the status quo and attracted users and headlines during the roaring ‘20s. Its big, audacious design perfectly reflected the spirit of the times. In 1940, the Parker 51 received the Academy Award for Best Design due to its streamlined and highly original look. The breakthrough design was so well-received that demand exceeded production. In 2011, continuing in its tradition of cutting-edge design and technology, PARKER introduces Parker 5TH Technology, its ground-breaking new mode of writing housed in the Parker Ingenuity Collection. Exclusive to PARKER, the innovation offers a new writing experience, providing an easy and clean refill system, an ultra-smooth smart glide tip that adapts to your writing style and prestigious, on-trend design elements .
Top Customer Reviews
I've read reviews stating that there's a difference so I decided to do a simple test. I put a new blue cartridge (standard one) into an old Parker Jotter and my new Red QuinkFlow into the new Red Jotter. Then I got a sheet of paper and basically did the same line of writing first with the blue and then the red. Did the same with my signature too. To me it did feel smoother so I did the same test again but this time doing just a scribble of wavy lines and again it felt smoother.
So that I could eliminate the possibility of a false impression from knowing what refill was in what pen I swapped both refills into my two Stainless Steel Jotters that I bought while still made in the UK, and both at the same time. Both have had basically the same use.
I did the tests again and chose the one that felt smoother to me - opened it and saw that it was indeed the QuinkFlow refill. From now on they are all I will buy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Perfect, my parker pen came with blue ink and I wanted black, so these were great. They're really smooth to write with too :)Published 22 hours ago by T Khatri