Drehgriffel - Rollerball Pen - Port Red
LEUCHTTURM1917 is reviving the Drehgriffel from the 1920s. The name “Drehgriffel” is a German compound noun that directly translates as twist stylus. Its characteristic design makes this writing instrument truly distinctive: a hexagonal body with a pointed tip, which, like the twist button, is in a contrasting colour. The Drehgriffel is made from precision-milled aluminium and brass, then painted and sealed. It uses a spring-loaded twist mechanism.
Gel ink has a higher viscosity than standard ballpoint pen ink. An advantage that ensures easy and flowing handwriting. Giving a line width of only 0.5mm, the Japanese gel pen refill creates particularly fine writing with a clear outline. Even with a fine stroke, the ink flows very evenly via the pen tip onto the paper.
This is due to a ceramic ball bearing which dictates the perfect flow of ink in the tip. The interaction between the ceramic’s smooth surface and the precise positioning of the ball bearing ensures a constant flow of ink despite the fact that very little ink is released.
- Length: 13 cm
- Black ink
- Ceramic ball bearing
- Filigree typeface due to 0.5mm thin stroke
- Document proof