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Classic Roller Pens: Timeless Writing Instruments

Roller pens are similar to ballpoint pens in that they both operate by a tiny ball distributing ink onto the paper, but the ink in a rollerball pen is water based, like you would get in a fountain pen. This means that a rollerball pen needs a cap, to stop the ink from drying out, and also it means that the writing style is much more fluid than a ballpoint. You can find more variety of Roller pens on