PILOT BL-G2-7-V G2 RETRACTABLE GEL INK ROLLERBALL 0.7MM VIOLET BOX OF 12
The G-2 is a gel ink pen combining technological performance and design. Its ergonomic grip makes it really easy to hold while its highly resistant tungsten carbide ball retains its shape and is extremely hardwearing. You will be delighted by the fluidity of its ink and the intensity of its colours.
- Super smooth writing
- Longest writing gel ink pen
- Comfortable rubber grip
- Retractable & refillable
Retractable Pens Category
While not the first object that manufacturers made a priority for everyday user convenience, the retractable pen is a great example of what happens when ingenuity is applied to making a tool easier to use. As is often the case, there is an ongoing disagreement as to the origin of the retractable pen, and multiple manufacturers lay claim to being first to the marketplace. We believe that Pilot Pen was actually the first to produce a retractable pen and that fountain pen is still one of the most popular products in the Pilot-Namiki line. On the other hand, we did not create the annoying phenomena of "pen clicking" which occurs when retractable owners get bored (or nervous) and is studied today by psychologists worldwide. Our goal was to protect both the pen's tip and the pen owner's pocket which is evident in our expanded line of retractable ballpoint pens, markers, gel pens, rolling ball pens and fountain pens.
Pilot is a global Japanese brand known for innovation and quality writing instruments. In Australia, Pilot is the brand of choice amongst consumers looking for a smooth writing experience combined with quality and reliability. The Pilot range is extensive, covering premium gold nib fountain pens to everyday ballpoint pens and markers. Most pens are manufactured in Japan, with some also made in France and the US.
Innovation is a key to Pilot’s global success. In 2005 Pilot created ‘FriXion’, Australia’s best selling erasable pen. FriXion uses a unique thermo-sensitive gel ink. The friction caused by rubbing the paper generates heat which causes the ink to become invisible. With no damage to the paper, you can erase and instantly re-write over your mistakes.