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Online Switch Plus Black Fountain Pen

SKU: ON26038

Regular price $22.50 Sale price $25.00

Online Switch Plus Black Fountain Pen. The Switch Plus Fountain Pen serves as multifunctional writing instrument. The ergonomic grip ensures comfort and the light weight conductive plastic body makes it perfect everyday writer. This stylish fountain pen has sophisticated metal clip and stylus for touch screen devices. The pen is a gorgeous combination of traditional writing instrument and modern technology. The fountain pens take standard ink cartridges or converter for refill. Make this everyday writer your priority.


Product Specifications

Brand Online Pens
Cap can post Yes
Cap Mechanism Snap Cap
Colors Black
Complimentary Packaged in a Gift Box
Dimensions No
Filling Mechanism Cartridge, Converter
Grip Material Rubberized Plastic
Has Clip Yes
Length Capped -
Length Posted -
Material Plastic
Nib Color Black
Nib Material Steel
Nib Size No
Refills & Inks Cartridges/Converter
Retractable No
Series Online Switch Plus
Special Features Comfort and the light weight conductive plastic body
Trims Black
Type Fountain
upc No
Warranty Guaranteed for quality


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Switch Plus Black FP (Med)

I ordered two of these, one as a gift and one for myself. The brand had been recommended to me by my son and daughter-in-law, who had gotten them in Germany. I missed my opportunity when there last year, falling ill on our shopping day, but have been highly impressed. The dual functionality allows me to use it in the classroom for both analog and digital assignments, and is a great talking point for my literature classes. I regularly like to use "older" technologies to get them thinking, and this has been a hit.

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