THE BEST ROLLERBALL PENS

Although they are equally as good writing instruments, rollerball pens aren't as popular as their gel and fountain pen counterparts. To find out what makes rollerballs unique, what to look for in a rollerball pen, and which rollerballs we recommend for various writing styles and purposes, continue reading.

 

WHAT IS A ROLLER PEN?

 

 

The Rollerball pens were first introduced in Japan in 1963. They revolutionized the writing experience because of the unique ink flow system that provided an even, high-performance writing experience for the user. The roller ball pen requires less pressure to be applied to the pen to write clearly. This enables holding the pen with less stress on the hand, saving energy and improving comfort. No one can deny that the roller ball technology allows for quicker writing speeds and they tend to write more clearly than other ballpoint pens do. They use highly fluid inks, which allow them to write as smoothly as soft-tip and fountain pens. These highly fluid inks tend to saturate more deeply and more widely into the paper than other types of ink, giving rollerball pens their distinctive writing qualities. 

 

ROLLERBALL PEN CONSIDERATIONS

 

 

Tip Size

When using pens with the same tip size as gel or ballpoint pens, rollerball pens often produce wider lines. This is because liquid inks spread out more than oil- or gel-based inks and absorb more into the paper. If you write slowly or pause frequently, this impact will be more noticeable. Select a tip size that is smaller than what you use with gel and ballpoint pens if your pen must generate a fine line.

 

Showthrough, Bleedthrough, and Feathering

Showthrough, bleedthrough, and feathering are more likely with liquid ink because of its propensity to soak into the paper. While bleedthrough denotes actual ink soaking through the sheet, show-through simply refers to the ability to view your writing on the opposite side of the paper. The ink that feathers do not maintain a sharp line; instead, it diffuses along the fibers of the paper. Using smoother, less absorbent paper will help you avoid these issues even though rollerballs operate just fine on regular paper. There are various suggestions in our articles on the Best Notebooks for Fountain Pens and the Best Fountain Pen Paper. You will get cleaner results using fine-tipped or drier-writing pens if you want to utilize normal copy paper or other absorbent papers.

 

Drying Time

Liquid rollerball inks have a range of dry times. They frequently dry more slowly than other inks, but occasionally they swiftly sink into the paper for a smear-free experience. The type of ink used, the size of the tip, and the type of paper used all affect how quickly the ink dries. Left-handed folks and others who are worried about smudging should seek solutions that dry quicker, use smaller tip sizes, or select absorbent paper that will soak up wet ink.

 

Here is a list of some of the best roller balls. Go ahead, grab one now.

  1. BAOKE 0.7MM BLACK INK ROLLER BALL PEN





    Holding this pen will instill the right balance of self-assurance and ascendancy in you. Not only is the pen an executive standard gift, but it also provides the ideal writing experience that roller ball pen technology is known for.

  2. SCRIKSS KNIGHT MATT BLACK ROLLER BALL PEN





    The flat finish of the colour black, popularly known as matt black, never fails to make an impression. The Scrikss Knight Matt Black Ball Pen will make people envy you. The precision in design, firm grasp and smoothness in writing is unforgettable.

  3. SCRIKSS PERA CHROME ROLLER BALL PEN





    Another masterpiece from Scrikss. The fishnet design on the barrel is hard-to-miss. This signature style is exclusively used for the Pera Chome pen, making it stand apart from other roller pens mentioned in the list.

  4. PARKER GALAXY STAINLESS STEEL ROLLER BALL PEN




    It is said that "beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder," but in this case, the saying gets turned upside down. When you take the PARKER GALAXY STAINLESS STEEL ROLLER BALL PEN in your hands, you can't deny that beauty lies with this pen. In other words, beauty has materialized in the elegant design of this pen.

  5. PILOT V-series ROLLER AND BALL PENS





    The PILOT V-series ROLLER AND BALL PENS have an extra-fine tip, as its name suggests, that produces a clean, skip-free line. You can see exactly how much ink is left thanks to the barrel of the pen having a clear window running the length of it. Vibrant hues like red, blue and green are among the colours it comes in. Additionally, a convenient retractable body for the PILOT V-series is offered.

  6. UNIBALL AIR MICRO ROLLER BALL PEN





    Extremely smooth, the Uni-ball Air. The Air lets you write at practically any angle, so it almost has the same feel as a free-flowing fountain pen. No matter how you hold the pen, it always produces a broad, wet line without skipping. For those with larger handwriting, it works great. It is also useful for brainstorming because you can write down your ideas without having to stop to pick up your pen thanks to its fluid movement.
    The rollerball tip of The Air, which is housed in a plastic cone rather than a metal one for a frictionless writing experience, is the pen's secret feature. Adjusting to writing pressure and angle, it also adjusts to your preferred writing style. It will draw a smaller line if you hold it more vertically or apply minimal pressure. A thicker line can be produced by applying greater pressure or writing at a sharper angle. Important papers can be signed with confidence using the waterproof, fade-proof, and fraud-resistant ink of the Uni-ball Air.


  7. LAMY SAFARI ROLLERBALL PEN




    Because of unusual writing positions, left-handers frequently experience ink smears and cramped palms. Two benefits result from the LAMY SAFARI ROLLERBALL PEN. First off, even on smooth paper like Rhodia, the ink dries instantly. There is very little risk of smearing, even if your writing technique requires you to write with your hand right across the line of writing. Its triangular grip part also directs your fingers into a tripod stance. It also urges you to keep your hand below the writing line to prevent smudges and lessens hand strain.

CONCLUSION

Scooboo.in provides the widest range of rollerball pens along with the most exclusive Japanese stationery products in India. In our online Japanese stationery store, you can order the best-in-class products mentioned above.

 

 

 

 

BLOG BY
Harish Gautam