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niceday Click Rollerball Pen 0.4 mm Blue

Viking Number Q25-1624007

Soft and smooth scribbling

Stay in control of your writing with this softgrip pen. Its rubberised design barrel makes writing a breeze.

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(£19.79 incl. VAT)
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Soft and smooth scribbling

Rollerball pens for everday use

Medium nib

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Viking Number 1624007 
Ink Colour Blue 
Colour N/A 
Manufacturer Part No 1624007 
Nib width Medium 
Pen Type Liquid rollerball 
Permanent Permanent 
Product Type Rollerball Pen 
Suitable For Writing 
Suitable for lefthanded people Yes 
Brand niceday 
EAN 8717868017584 
Unit Pack 
Qty per Unit 12 
Ink Type Liquid ink, gel based 
Barrel colour Blue 
Nib size 0.7 mm 
Line Width 0.4 mm 
Clip Yes 
Retractable Yes 
Refillable No 
Filing Usage Type N/A 
Finish N/A 
Material N/A 
Opening N/A 
Thickness Of Material N/A 
Size N/A 
Colour N/A 
niceday Click Rollerball Pen 04 mm Blue
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niceday Retractable Gel Click - Blue - Pack 12 reviews verified by Reevoo

Value for money
Overall rating
Scores 8.4 out of 10 based on 9 reviews
10 out of 10


Coulsdon GB
The flow of ink is easy + the grip is comfortable
Reviewer left no comment
Confirmed purchase: 28 January 2015
Published on: 14 February 2015
3 out of 10


Worcester GB
Easy to hold - reliable
Clip breaks quiet easy as they are in and out of your shirt
Confirmed purchase: 11 March 2014
Published on: 07 April 2014
8 out of 10


Preston, Lancashire GB
On offer they are a great price, write nicely, leaves an ink finish without the hassle of the cartridges. Kids love them, and they are great for work. All round versatile ink pen!
Confirmed purchase: 07 October 2012
Published on: 06 November 2012
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