6 Levenger Fiber Tip Refills
Fits a Rotring 600!
Not sure if they'd fit, I optimistically ordered these felt tips for a Rotring 600 rollerball pen. Well, it fits like a silk glove. Perfect! The medium point is just right for architectural sketching and is smooooooth. I'm not nuts about the spring tip, as it's a little soft, but I'll get used to it. No drying of the tip as others have reported, but I use it daily and keep it capped otherwise. The Rotring is back in the game!
December 2, 2014
I've been using these fiber tip refills for years, and contrary to some opinions expressed here, I find everything about them more than satisfactory. I've never had a problem with them drying out prematurely, and they last fairly long, although there is some inconsistency. However, I'm always replacing the cap, rather than leaving them uncovered. The broad tip is good for dramatic signatures, the fine too fine for my taste, and the mediums, perfect. Don't hesitate to buy.
March 10, 2014
I only wish
I love these refills. I have always enjoyed writing with a fiber tip. I only wish they would last longer. I did a lot of writing and the refill ran out long before I thought it would.
February 22, 2014
A Smooth Writing Experience
I have been using these Fiber Tip Refills in medium for over a month now and have been quite pleased with their functionality. The life-span of this refill is not as long as perhaps a ballpoint refill; on that note, though, these refills are not ballpoint refills. I have also not experienced what the previous reviewer experienced, in that my refills have not been drying out prematurely. As a matter of fact, my refills have been writing well until emptied. The smooth writing paired with the pressure-sensitive spring feature afford the writer a supreme writing experience.
March 19, 2013
I rarely write reviews for anything; just don't have the time. But I felt compelled to write something about this product because it is so awful. I liked the way that it wrote, felt like it was smooth, etc. BUT if you do not use it constantly, multiple times a day, each day, it will dry up. Case in point. I put in a new refill on Friday, did not use it until today (4 days later) and it is dry. Worked fine last friday. This is typical for this product. A complete waste of money. Just awful. I will have to find another refill, or get a pen from another company. That is the other problem, as an aside; the Levenger pens really do not have options for better refills from other more reliable companies.
April 24, 2012
New Colors PLease
I love both these and the ball point cartridges however I want more color selections, Pink, Green, Purple to name what are probably the ones the most people would like
Can you answer to let me know if this is in our future,??
April 15, 2012
Take the good with the not so good
The good first: the color of the blue ink is vibrant. I ordered the broad and would re-order in medium. The broad is about the thickness of a regular Sharpie. Much too thick for average daily use. It would have been helpful to see the chart on the back of the packet on the website. To top it off, I bought the six-pack. Also, after 2 days of use, the tip mysterioulsy tucked itself into the casing and had to be tossed.
April 8, 2011
I wish they lasted longer
These don't last long enough. I am not satisfied with the quality or value.
August 7, 2010
PERFECT for Levenger Calendars
I have been a ROLLERBALL writer for years and use several colors on a daily basis however the Levenger Circa Monthly Pages do NOT like them! I decided to try these in the extra-fine Black and am so glad I did ~ They write so smooth with crisp dark ink that dries very quickly. Although now I underline to highlight my category color with Colored Pencils instead of using a Rollerball, the combination will be a pleasure to get used to because these refills are so wonderful!!!!! =)
January 28, 2010
Great, but NOT spring loaded!
I love my Faber-Castell pen and their fine-tip points and refills, but the Levenger blue refills are not spring loaded, which is contrary to what's indicated on the Levenger website.
December 22, 2008