Pilot BPS-GP Ballpoint Pen Fine Tip
|15.5 x 7.5 x 2.5 cm;
|Blue, Black, Red, Green
|Number of Items
|Pack of 12
|Manufacturer Part Number
|156 g (approx)
About Pilot BPS-GP:
A refillable ballpoint pen. Its highly resistant tungsten carbide ball retains its shape and is extremely hardwearing. You will be delighted by its effortless writing and the comfort provided by its ergonomic grip. Its tip is suitable for all writing enthusiasts.
- BPS-GP is a Refillable product more economical and respectful of the environment.
- Pen with cap.
- A reliable and hard-wearing tungsten-carbide ball combined with an advanced oil-based ink that provides a soft and fluid writing experience.
- An ergonomic pen with a rubber grip to ensure better control and writing comfort!
- Writing width : 0.25 mm
- Refillable: Yes
- Tip size: 1.00 mm
- Ink Colour: Blue
State of the art technology
From its creation in 1918 to modern times PILOT has continually innovated and pushed the boundaries of the technology applied to writing instruments. Today PILOT is one of the only manufacturers in the world able to perform all the stages necessary in developing a writing instrument.
This is due to a particularly successful research and development service, an integrated design department, a powerful manufacturing facility and a sales network spread throughout all the continents.
This production integration strategy has led PILOT to set up manufacturing facilities all over the world. Each one of them specialises entirely in a product range in order to optimise its technological expertise.
The excellence of the inks
A new generation of gel ink becomes invisible as a result of heat. Initially coloured the thermosensitive ink becomes transparent above 60°C.
Thermosensitive ink pens, therefore, have a special tip allowing the paper to be heated quickly without damaging it. Conversely, a temperature of less than -10°C makes the ink reappear. Changes can be made as many times as you wish.
It is important to take care of your documents after using this ink – not overexposing them to heat sources, and not leaving them for example in the car on a hot day or near a heater. Conversely, a temperature of under -10°C makes the ink reappear, by putting your documents in the freezer,
for example! It is not recommended in any case to write with thermosensitive ink pens for signing or completing official documents.
Advanced oil-based ink
Advanced oil-based ink is the modern version of paste ink currently used in ballpoint pens. Soft and fluid, it provides the speed and writing comfort required for modern expression.
Liquid ink is made from a dye molecule in the mass, which gives it an unrivalled fluidity, density and brilliance. When flow is controlled with the PILOT ink regulator, it flows until the very last drop providing the same line quality. Today, this ink is available in refillable cartridges for some rollerball models.
The fluidity of gel ink is positioned somewhere between paste and liquid ink. The cartridge is sealed with a paraffin plug. PILOT has one of the largest ranges of coloured gel ink on the market with 24 bright, metallic and pastel colours.
PILOT writing instruments are well known for their high-quality manufacturing and comfort of use.