https://www.modulor.de/en/mark-s-tous-les-jours-ballpoint-pen.htmlKAGOMark's Tous les Jours ballpoint penhttps://cdn.modulor.de/products/kago/1_256_192_mark_s_kugelschreiber_tous_les_jours.jpgfrom 6.5EURInStockhttps://cdn.modulor.de/products/kago/1_60_45_mark_s_kugelschreiber_tous_les_jours.jpghttps://cdn.modulor.de/products/kago/1_256_192_mark_s_kugelschreiber_tous_les_jours.jpghttps://cdn.modulor.de/products/kago/1_320_240_mark_s_kugelschreiber_tous_les_jours.jpghttps://cdn.modulor.de/products/kago/1_584_438_mark_s_kugelschreiber_tous_les_jours.jpgOffice & DrawingOffice & Drawing / Pens & Writing MaterialsOffice & Drawing / Pens & Writing Materials / Ballpoint Pens
exchangeable refill with metal tip and metal push-button, barrel made of wood (painted with print), diameter is 8 mm, tip diameter is 0,5mm, waterproof alcohol-based ink
The chances are very good that a person who is into writing or drawing, assuming that he likes thin fine writing points, will end up loving this ballpoint pen after using it for only a short time. The writing that the Japanese company Mark´s has placed on the barrel of the pen should not be misunderstood or put you off. It is French, for heaven´s sake, and merely makes suggestions as to what one should do on certain days of the week: go to the movies, hear a recording, and so on. Not bad ideas really, But more importantly, the pen looks great, feels great in your hand and produces a wonderfully fine line. It rolls over the paper relatively smoothly and almost never produces an interrupted ink flow in the way many thin writing pens will often do.
There is a matching mechanical pencil so you can have a Tous les Jours set if you want. The pencil, too, produces a very fine line and goes well with the table calendar and notebooks from the Mark´s company.