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Saturday
Jan092010

ROTRING 600 Pens

Sadly discontinued (they stopped shipping to the states in 2005), every once in a while I still find them in a dark dusty Mom n' Pop stationary store or an old art supply store. I love this pen, it has great balance, feels like a real object and is not to heavy for a brass barrel. ROTRING (German for Red Ring) has been making pens since 1928. They came in roller ball and fountain, personally I liked the rollerball as it was the most silky precise one I have used. I found five of each at a leather shop in Atlanta a few years ago and bought them all. There was also the 600mp mechanical pencil. All of these writing devices are almost indestructible.

ROTRING 600

ROTRING 600mp

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not hard to find bud. just a little spendy.

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