In homage to the first “Classique” pen, S.T. Dupont presents a brand new and more contemporary writing instrument to meet the requirements of modern-day men and women. The D-Initial is offered in black resin and golden or chrome finish. The well balance cylindrical shape providing the perfect size and weight for writing.
Rollerball Versus Ballpoint. A Comparison.
There are several differences. While a ballpoint pen uses a thick oil-based ink, the rollerball pen uses liquid ink. This key difference makes the rollerball feel smoother and more liquid, giving it a more fluid action which is comparable to a fountain pen. This fluidity also translates to a rollerball pen generally having a finer writing line. On the other hand, a ballpoint pen does have a more controlled action and the refill lasts longer.
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