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Topic: Chromatic pen
Message: Posted by: aligator (Dec 29, 2012 02:14PM)
Does anyone know where this or similar item that fulfills same purpose can be found? Tried ebay but the only inexpensive ones were used with no ink and required one to buy bulk refill which are not needed. Any info appreciated. Post or PM. Thx.
Message: Posted by: aligator (Dec 29, 2012 03:24PM)
Found one which is black-red but I would prefer black-blue
Message: Posted by: Looch (Dec 29, 2012 06:02PM)
Link to product?
Message: Posted by: aligator (Dec 29, 2012 07:00PM)
This is the link to the black-red. I would prefer a black-blue.

http://www.ebay.ca/itm/360187601744?_trksid=p5197.c0.m619
Message: Posted by: Atlas (Dec 29, 2012 07:08PM)
I've got these, they work very well and the shaft rotates easily, each third of a rotation reveals a different tip. You can replace the red with a blue refill if you like.

http://www.amazon.com/Cross-Multifunction-Stylus-Appointments-AT0090-5/dp/B001EQ6490/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_nS_nC?ie=UTF8&colid=17VV5M14EL6V7&coliid=I3JME36HVBA4W1

Here is the corresponding blue refill:

http://www.amazon.com/Cross-Ballpoint-Autocross-Accessory-8518-6/dp/B001PH7YJM

I hope that helps!

Best,

Atlas
Message: Posted by: Stephen Young (Dec 30, 2012 03:08AM)
This is the one I use.
Not cheap but a real joy to use.

No barrel to twist.
Just how you hold the pen determines which colour is activated when you depress the button.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/LAMY-2000-Ballpoint-Pen-Multicolour/dp/B000UTKMDQ

Steve
Message: Posted by: jjsanvert (Dec 30, 2012 03:13AM)
Thanks you for this link Steve.
Message: Posted by: aligator (Dec 30, 2012 10:15AM)
Bu what if the spec is holding the pen?
Message: Posted by: Stephen Young (Dec 31, 2012 06:45AM)
You cab set it to blue and hand it over.
Get it back and change it. Right in front of them.

It really needs to be seen in action as an explanation doesn't do it justice, but I'll have a go.

If you look at the pen there is a clip for clipping onto your pocket like most pens.
If you hold the pen as if ready to write with the clip upermost and depress the end you will get black.
If you hold the pen as if ready to write with the clip down you will get red
If you hold the pen as if ready to write with the clip towards you you will get green
If you hold the pen as if ready to write with the clip away from you you will get blue

Steve
Message: Posted by: Jamie D (Dec 31, 2012 08:56AM)
Hey aligator,

Check out this site, this is where I get my multi pens from. There's many (and I mean many) to choose from and their customer service is great.
http://www.jetpens.com/Multi-Pens/ct/91?&pn=1

Darren
Message: Posted by: illusions & reality (Dec 31, 2012 02:56PM)
Thanks for posting this site Darren. Looks great!

Lou
Message: Posted by: jjsanvert (Jan 1, 2013 02:20AM)
Great! Thanks for this link.
Message: Posted by: Jamie D (Jan 1, 2013 09:11AM)
No problem,

Hopefully you can find something on there that will work for you.

All the best,

Darren
Message: Posted by: richard_mentalism (Jan 7, 2013 02:25AM)
A stupid question, perhaps, but I will appreciate any explanation:
What magic is this pen used for?
Thank you.
Message: Posted by: parmenion (Jan 7, 2013 05:57AM)
[quote]
On 2013-01-07 03:25, richard_mentalism wrote:
A stupid question, perhaps, but I will appreciate any explanation:
What magic is this pen used for?
Thank you.
[/quote]
you use it for sawing a woman in half
Message: Posted by: JanForster (Jan 7, 2013 07:44AM)
... or a man, for a change ...
Message: Posted by: John C (Jan 10, 2013 09:36AM)
[quote]
On 2013-01-07 08:44, JanForster wrote:
... or a man, for a change ...
[/quote]

Or a woman that's changed to a man....
Message: Posted by: JanForster (Jan 10, 2013 09:47AM)
What is the most original version... :) Jan
Message: Posted by: Patr!ck (Jan 10, 2013 02:41PM)
Can you use the pen to change a man into a woman? :-P
Message: Posted by: minty (May 19, 2013 11:29AM)
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On 2012-12-30 04:08, Stephen Young wrote:
This is the one I use. Not cheap but a real joy to use... Just how you hold the pen determines which colour is activated when you depress the button.
[/quote]

I use this one too (Lamy 2000). I've replaced the green ballpoint with a stylus, which I find useful with some envelopes. This still leaves me with black, blue and red ballpoint options.