Gel pens designed for every occupation and personality
Complete artistic drawings with vibrant colors by using gel pens from Quill. For executives, waterproof uni-ball® black gel pens have refills featuring ink that fuses to the paper, preventing unauthorized changes to checks or other vital documents. Artists like gel pens with 0.4-millimeter (mm) points for detailed work. Anyone who takes pleasure in doodling while talking on the telephone enjoys the variety in retractable gel pen sets that have many colors for sampling. Left-handed writers appreciate quick-drying ink because it does not smear or stain while putting pen to paper. Look for writing supplies such as gel pens to accommodate offices, schools, and homes.
Different types of gel pens
The preferences and combinations of barrel design, point size, and the color selection is endless. Thermo-sensitive gel ink in a style from the Pilot® pen line permits users to erase and rewrite without damaging the paper ? a boon for students who take handwritten notes during lectures. Many rollerball pens have ribbed finger grips that provide comfort for people who handwrite information for extended periods. The futuristic look of these writing implements appeals to students and creative artists who like vibrant colors and modern patterns. The acid-free, high-quality ink of black gel pens is an ideal choice for archival documents.
Enjoy the features of gel pens
Most Pilot refills have clean, crisp colors and are perfect for editing copy by hand. Vibrant red ensures no one misses any note or correction. Many stick varieties have clear plastic barrels that let you know when your smooth-flowing ink is running short. The grip and cap indicate the color of the ink at a glance. Find gel pens, wood pencils, and other options to match specific office decor.
For the truly adventuresome scribe, a number of brands offer metallic writing tools in an inspiring range of shades, including silver, copper, and gold. Geometric imprints add a stylistic component to some of these pens, which makes them trendy. It’s worth getting a gel pen with the smooth retractable design, as it helps with the workflow and efficiency. Other details of gel pens include:
- Many models feature attach-on clips
- Long-lasting ink quality
- Bulk options include gel pen sets with assorted colors
- Retractable and refillable gel pens available
Take gel pens along to airports when leaving for a business trip, so you won’t need to worry about ink spills in the luggage.
Gel pens that are easy on the environment
When living a green lifestyle, choose a brand of retractable gel pens or gel pen sets made from recycled materials. They are refillable, so while you discard the ink cartridges, you also reuse the barrels. Recyclable pencils are a popular choice among environmentally conscious corporations, which prefer to conserve with waste disposal.
Multiple uses for gel pens
Plastic caps on gel pens ensure the longevity of this product, keeping the pen point sharp and always ready for use. Waterproof gel ink in most pens is also fraud-resistant, which makes them suitable for signing banking checks and official documentation. The vivid color display makes gel pens perfect for use on promotional posters, ensuring that they'll stand out in public areas. Other uses include stylistic artwork, color-coding, and finishing blueprints for work. Students can use these pens to highlight important sections while studying for a test or doing research.
A few tips on proper gel pen maintenance
Using caps after finishing writing and drawing projects is essential with gel pens as they dry quickly. The storage position isn't important, so there's no way to clog the ink container. Gel pens are easy to store in a drawer to keep them secure, or you can attach them on a shirt pocket or a notebook.
Properties of gel ink
Copper and iron oxides are the pigments ink gel ink, offsetting expressive colors, which won't fade or damage the paper. Gel ink is thicker than standard ink, which prevents unnecessary ink spills while writing. It's possible to use these pens on other materials besides paper such as wood, metals, and plastic. Employees and students don't have to experience the ink bleeding through the paper by using gel pens, which enables writing on both sides.