Sheaffer Valor rollerball pen – what makes the difference?

July 31, 2010 § Leave a comment

On the PenFountain.com website from day 1 we have tried to offer a description based on our observations, with pen in hand, identifying its salient features and performance qualities. We find the repetitive regurgitation of the manufacturers’ hyperbole laden prose unimaginative and uninformative. Using that formula suggests that the web host may not only not have stock of the product but may not have even set eyes on it.

However, we are introducing the Sheaffer Valor rollerball pens. These are a fairly imposing pen being offered as an alternative to the purists’ fountain pen. Nibs you can describe with their shape, materials, potential writing performance and width/style range. Rollerballs are mass produced, smooth (or not), and work (or not). End of. It makes writing something about a rollerball pen to tantilise the reader exceptionally difficult. Therefore, the Sheaffer Valor rollerball writes. OK?

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