Parker Jotter Ballpoint Pen CT

Waterloo Blue
Bond Street Black
Royal Blue
Kensington Red
Chelsea Orange
Stainless Steel
Victoria Violet
Portobello Purple

An icon in the making, Parker Jotter CT Ballpoint pen, function with classic styling - streamlined, slim writing instrument that'll fit any purse or pocket.

  • Push action ballpoint pen with plastic barrel and brushed stainless steel cap with chrome trim (CT)
  • Supplied with medium blue refill - width 1.0 mm
  • Refillable
  • Available in: Waterloo Blue, Portobello Purple, Victoria Violet, Chelsea Orange, Kensington Red, Royal Blue, Bond Street Black and Stainless Steel.
  • Two year warranty from purchase date - proof of purchase required.
  • Supplied in blister pack

      About Parker

      Established in 1888, Parker have over 125 years of experience, portraying quality and detail in any and all of their products. Though the company thrived within it's early years; (recognisable and able to supply soldiers with a Trench Pen in 1914, sales surpassing the $1 million mark for the first time in 1918), it wasn't until 1921 with the release of the Duofold that Parker began it's path as one of the most iconic and reliable pen manufactures in the world to this day.

      The Parker Duofold captured the spirit of the roaring twenties with it's premium large, bold and bright coloured design (coining it's name 'Big Red'). Though the Duofold came with a revolutionary plastic finish which when dropped from a plane proved to resist cracking (symbolic due to it's aviation aesthetic inspiration), Parker also offered a 25 year guarantee, establishing a Parker pen as a smart investment. Parker continued to innovate and revolutionise writing with 'The Lucky Curve' system that prevented ink leakage as well as the worlds first quick-dry ink.

      Today Parker portrays luxury and sophistication whilst arguably is the world's most technically advanced, reliable and durable writing manufacturer. Their driving philosophy, (stated by the founder George Safford Parker in 1888) remains the same to this day; 'It will always be possible to make a better pen'.


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