Brass rollerball pen 0.5 - TRC BRASS - Traveler's Company
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Brass rollerball pen 0.5 - TRC BRASS - Traveler's Company

Stunning brass rollerball pen with a thin tip 0.5

This uniquely designed rollerball pen is made of brass in central Tokyo.

Once closed it is very compact and has a ring to which you can attach a thong or key door.

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This uniquely designed rollerball pen is made of brass in central Tokyo.

Once closed it is very compact and has a ring to which you can attach a thong or key door.

Over time the brass will skate and your pen will be all the more unique.

The grip, the part by which the pen is held, is made of wood.

Closed size: 9.7cm
Size without a hood: 8cm
Open size with hood at the back: 13.7cm

Tip: 0.5

refillable: yes
Color of ink: black

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2 Items
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Japan
refillable
YES
The width of the tip
0.5
Peak type
Needle
Diameter
0.9cm
Traveler's Company

The company TRAVELER'S COMPANY owns the brands TRAVELER'S NOTEBOOK, BRASS PRODUCTS, SPIRAL RING NOTEBOOK and other related products. TRAVELER'S COMPANY also owns and runs THE TRAVELER'S FACTORY stores.

Traveler's Notebook (TN) has become a must-have accessory for travellers, they slip everywhere, can hold up to 3 notebooks and several accessories.

In the Traveler's Notebook collection you will find all kinds of refills, ruled notebooks, Grid, united, dot, watercolor paper... for all needs.

THE TRAVELER'S NOTEBOOK notebooks went on sale in 2006 with five types of refills. The "passport" format was released in 2009. The brass PRODUCTS and SPIRAL RING NOTEBOOK brands were launched in 2010.

In 2011, the first TRAVELER'S FACTORY was inaugurated in Namameguro, Tokyo. In 2014 TRAVELLER'S FACTORY AIRPORT opened at Narita International Airport and TRAVELER'S FACTORY STATION at Tokyo Station in 2017.

All TRAVELER'S COMPANY products are inspired by the theme of travel. That's why the brand name was changed from "MIDORI" to "TRAVELER'S COMPANY" in 2015.