Fixpencil Collection. Diameters : 2mm. The history of the Caran d’Ache Fixpencil® starts in 1929 when it was invented by an engineer in Geneva. It was launched on the market one year later by Caran d’Ache and became a global success. The Fixpencil® was the world’s first mechanical pencil, entirely metallic and fitted with a clutch mechanism.
- Fixpencil® - clutch mechanism - Hexagonal body in aluminium - Classic or fantasy colours applied by elecrostatic powder coating - Flexible clip
- Pushbutton mechanism advances the lead (2 mm or 3 mm diameter) - Lead sharpener incorporated in the pushbutton - Made in Switzerland
Caran D'Ache LEMAN Grand Bleu Roller Ball Pen
Bathed in light and ruffled by the wind, waves come to life with the new Léman Grand Bleu. The delicately engraved background evokes the regular ripples of waves on the water's surface. A layer of translucent lacquer, reminiscent of the intense blue of the ocean depths, reveals these undulating reflections on the refined body of Léman Grand Bleu writing instruments. Lulled by the waves and the zephyr's song, lovers of fine writing will dive headlong into a thrilling odyssey with the new Léman Grand Bleu.
TYPE OF WRITING INSTRUMENT Roller Pen Cap closed: 141 mm & Diameter: 13.7 mm PEN BODY Round brass body and cap covered with a transparent navy lacquer and a "waves" guilloché motif Caran d’Ache logo and Swiss Made engraved on the ring Rhodium and silver-coated push button, carrying a Caran d’Ache isotype (blue lacquered hexagon) Rhodium and silver-coated, hinged clip Silver-plated, rhodium-coated trims
CARTRIDGES AND REFILLS Equipped with a black roller cartridge (F) Also refillable with a blue cartridge (F) or fibre cartridge black and blue, fine and medium
PACKAGING Standard case Dimensions: 18.4 x 8 x 4 cm Weight: 0.252 kg International guarantee included in the packaging
LEGAL STANDARDS Swiss Made
PRODUCT REFERENCE Ref. 4779.168
S.T. Dupont ROLLER BALL FIRE LINES PALLADIUM-412108M
Roller ball Fire Lines Palladium. Discover the Fire Lines collection with the contemporary interpretation of Fire Head and the exquisite matt-shiny effect.