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Rotring 1903234 Rapidograph Technical Drawing Pen - 0.10 mm
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- Long-lasting, hard chrome-plated 0.10 mm tip for detailing
- Enhanced capillary cartridge including the ink helix so with every cartidge change, pen gets helix and updated pressure equalization for easy maintenance
- Ink level can be seen so you know exactly when the cartridge needs to be changed
- One ink cartridge is included inside the pen
- Can be used on many surfaces such as line-board, vellum drawing paper or tracing paper
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The Rotring rapidograph technical drawing pen 0.10 mm will change how you draw, write and create work. With the wear resistant, hard chrome-plated thin tip, exquisite detail and fine marks are easy to achieve. The pressure-equalization system ensures a clean ink helix with every cartridge change so your pen works like every time. Thanks to the improved temperature stability and optimum location of the ventilation opening, ink flows out smoothly. Ink level is visible through the pen so you can use it down to the last drop. This high-precision technical pen is ideal for a variety of surfaces including lineboard, tracing paper, or vellum drawing paper.
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Top Customer Reviews
They are an exquisite example of German engineering and built to last forever. Admittedly I am no artist or technical draftsman, but the pen makes a great job of filling in the daily cryptic crossword and Sudoku puzzles.
Great price on Amazon too.
Writes/draws fine one minute, then not the next, and the next and the next. Tried squeezing more ink though it, holding it completely vertically, using different paper... No solution works for long.
Meanwhile, some throwaway Staedtler technical drawing pens I bought at the same time have been beautiful, long-lasting and cheap.
Looking at the reviews, it seems I am not alone. If you're wondering about it, I'd either spend more on pens from their more famous rival, or a lot less on the pens I just mentioned (also by their rival -- no surprise how they get to be the number one brand in that space, I guess).
Now retired, I use the pen for black & white non technical drawings.
Would not use any other pen other than a dip pen, but only when I want lines of varying thickness.
Horses for courses.
With the Tech. pen, you can't mess up a finished drawing with an unwanted blob of ink and ruin hours of work
• They feel and look very well made for what they are
• Unrelated to the product, but I had no difficulties with the seller. In fact I think it turned up early.
• The ink loading mechanism is difficult, but not necessarily a bad point I suppose
• Draws for a whole 5 seconds before it just stops working and scratches the paper to shreds
• The tip feel is awful to me. Its like drawing with a nail; it scratches any paper type from cartridge to bristol board
• Drawing any faster than snail movements results in inconsistent lines and / or no lines at all
So what is the point of them? Supposedly they are technical pens, producing consistent lines (apparently you have to be very slow at drawing for them to even work....) To me they are just overly expensive pens most likely simply because of a branding name, but there are many more pens our there that would do what these say they are used for 100 times better and with 100 times more ease. Just simple drawing pens like the ones faber castell make are far superior, and while still not cheap exactly, they produce far better, more reliable and consistent lines than these. And they are still a lot cheaper regardless. For about £6 less than one of these pens, you could buy an assorted pack of varying sizes of the arguably much better faber castell pens, or any other similar pens. And if you're wondering if they produces thin consistent lines like these claim to be used for, they do indeed. In fact I don't think I've ever really had that issue with almost any good quality artist-range pens anyway.Read more ›
A must have for any illustrator or artist wanting a high quality pen!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Cannot fault the Rotring Rapidograph pen series. A must have for anyone looking for a technical ink pen.Published 13 days ago by Pen Name
Tried rapidoart on my nails with rotring pen . It's great . Ink is so dark and I love it . Thank you . Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jolanta