J. Herbin, the inky older sister of Rhodia, offers two writing implements which utilize the J. Herbin ink cartridges. “Highly functional, these small and compact pens are refillable with J. Herbin ink cartridges. With a minimalist look, they are the perfect writing tools for all correspondence and daily notes. They offer smooth writing with a medium line and the transparent body lets you monitor the ink level.”
I’ve tried the Rollerball and liked it.
I have not yet tried the fountain pen. Have you?
“These standard short, “snap in” universal cartridges fit most fountain pens or rollerballs. (Except Sheaffer, Parker, Lamy, A.T. Cross, Pilot/Namiki, Sailor, Platinum and Aurora) 6 cartridges are neatly and securely packed in cylindrical metal tin and are available in 20 colors.”
Now, if Rhodia made a pen, what would it look like? Would it be designed in our signature orange and black with the Rhodia “R” embossed on the top of the pen cap? Would it be available as a fountain pen? A Rollerball? A mechanical pencil?
If there was an existing brand of pens that you would like to see make a Special Edition Rhodia pen, who would it be? How much would you be willing to pay for this pen/pencil?