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.
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I was looking forward to using this pen, but it just dries up and does not write. The nib does not seem to clean either. How have other people found it? Am I just unlucky?
Bert Oser says
Thanks for checking in, sorry you’re having trouble with the Yookers. When the tips dry out they can be flushed with water or one can use Monteverde pen flush if the tip is really dry. If all else fails we do offer new tips as well. 4 sizes .08 1.0 1.2 1.4.