The Yookers Felt-Tip Pen is truly a new way to write. This is a writing instrument like no other. I’ve always loved the way a felt-tip pen feels as it glides effortlessly and smoothly across paper. They’re so useful in every-day writing, and even signing documents or books. I feel like while fountain pens, ballpoints, rollerballs, and even pencils get major overhauls and updates to stay current and keep us excited about using them over the years, felt-tips get brushed aside.
However, what sets this pen apart is how it’s refillable. What’s the biggest problem you run into with fiber tip or felt-tip pens? They dry out relatively soon. This is no longer an issue with the Yookers Felt-Tip Pen. It refills with a standard international size fountain pen cartridge or converter. Bertram’s Inkwell recommends the Monteverde brand of ink – whether it’s via their international size cartridge or bottled ink. The Yookers Felt-Tip Pen can easily be cleaned with pen flush or cold water. If a felt-tip dries out, you can rejuvenate them by cleaning as well. This is very different from the older fiber-tip pens that could not be revived.
Speaking of the tips, the Yookers Felt-Tip Pen is available with one of four point sizes: 0.8mm, 1.0mm, 1.2mm, and 1.4mm. Each is made from the same high-quality fiber that ensures long-lasting writing and performance.
In addition, the pen comes in 3 finishes: Grey Brushed Lacquer, Black Grid, and Matte Black Lacquer. The higher-grade version, Metis, comes in a base silver body with a black grid that looks like an old Parker 75 Sterling Silver pen. The black lacquer finish comes with all black trim. The clip is blacked-out to give that tactical high-tech look. Also there’s a more conservative grey lacquer finish with a clean, sleek look.
The Metis pens sell for $55.00. Not too bad in a business that sells pens for thousands of dollars.
What do you think? Do you have yours? Check it out here.