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Parker Im Blue Chrome Trim Ball Point Pen
Parker Im Blue Chrome Trim Ball Point Pen
Parker Im Blue Chrome Trim Ball Point Pen

Parker Im Blue Chrome Trim Ball Point Pen

(Product Ref: P0856460)


Parker Im Blue Chrome Trim Ball Point Pen

About the Finish
Lacquered blue with chrome trim ball point pen with distinctive Parker Pen "Arrow" pocket clip.

About the Pen
Push button action
Comes with a standard Parker ball point refill in medium blue installed in the pen.

Length: 136 mm
Diameter: 11 mm
Weight: 26 g

All Parker IM Pens come with a 2 year guarantee

The Parker IM Ball Point Pen in Brushed Metal is presented in a gift boxed.

About Parker IM Pens
A pen ready to accompany you anywhere. The Parker IM Pen is all at once smart, polished and established.
Focused on comfort and simple, high-performance functionality, the Parker IM Pen with its tapered contemporary shape teams up with the versatile appeal of metal to give instant modern style.
Push button mechanism for a smooth, one-handed action, the Parker IM Pen has every detail refined to deliver a writing experience that is always dependable.

About Parker Pens
The Parker Pen world spans more than 130 years of pioneering innovation, unique style and world-renowned craftsmanship of exquisite fine writing instruments. With over a century of passion and experience, PARKER Pens continue to build on its heritage and reputation by constantly reinvigorating and transforming the writing experience.
Driven by a long held belief in the importance of the written word, Parker Pens strive to bestow upon their writers the confidence to craft their own remarkable stories. Because the words we speak can be heard by many, but the words we write transcend time.
Making a Parker pen is a solemn act of creation. It not only requires experience but also rare technical competence in areas as diverse as mechanical design engineering, prototyping, and testing.
The World War 11 German surrender is signed with a Parker 51 provided to General Dwight D. Eisenhower by his friend Kenneth Parker. General Douglas MacArthur uses his wife's Duofold to sign the Japanese surrender.