Schmidt Easy Flow 9000 Refills - Medium Point (Choose Color)

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How your hand-crafted pen writes will often make or break the sale. These are exceptionally smooth-writing ballpoint refills the are very close to a roller ball experience. The difference is simply amazing! For Parker style pens (Cigar, Sierra etc)

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Schmidt Easy Flow 9000 Refills - Medium Point.

How your hand-crafted pen writes will often make or break the sale. These exceptionally smooth-writing ball point refills are from Schmidt, THE name when it comes to refills. The difference that these refills will make in your pen's feel is simply amazing! 

The 9000 refill utilizes a specially formulated ink that has a lower viscosity than regular ballpoint ink. This creates an ultra smooth and easy feel as the writing tip glides across the paper. This special refill dramatically changes the way your ball point pen writes. Essentially giving it close to a roller ball feel, but with the convenience of a ballpoint. You really have to try one to experience the difference, we promise you will be hooked! Make sure that you always have several of these refills on hand! They will sell pens for you!

These refills are for pens that take a Parker-style refill. 1mm ball point which is a medium. 

Available in black or blue.

(The black now comes as "label-less". With direct info printing on the refill barrel, instead of on a paper label!)

Imported from Germany.

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  • Aug 14, 2017, 09:39 AM
    I am always reading reviews on everything before I buy it. One of my customers complained about the pen ink was skipping. This is when read reviews on the Schmidt refills. So, I bought some to try them out and I was amazed at the difference I felt between the standard Parker and Schmidt refills. This is all I use in my own pens and in my customers pens. I have not had a complaint since I switched to the Schmidt refills. I would recommend these to anyone that makes pens.
  • Dec 17, 2016, 11:00 AM
    These are great--I swap them into all my pens. In a blind test, it is easy to tell them apart from the stock kit refills. They are well worth the minimal investment--I just add them into the price of my pens. Oh, and you can always sell your stock refills to get some of your money back--win!
  • Feb 26, 2016, 11:00 AM
    Amazing difference. Definitely worth the extra money, especially if the pen is for yourself or for a gift. When selling the pens, I haven't really noticed a difference in sales volume between pens with the better ink. Possibly due to the higher price I charge.
  • Jan 3, 2015, 12:02 PM
    For $1.60 investment, these can make the difference in a sale or not. Compared to a stock no-name refill, these Easy Flow 9000 have a more consistent line from the first letter, and just have more thickness without being "broad". There's a better line quality - whether it's the actual ink viscosity, or the tungsten tip - these refills are plainly BETTER. The ink is blacker, if that's possible! Don't even think about whether you need these - just buy a bag full and use them on every pen.
  • May 28, 2014, 08:00 AM
    As a seller of kits, I have been moving to where all the Parker style refill kits I supply are provided with Schmidt EasyFlow 9000 refills. The customers are happier, their customers are happier and I get no complaints about the "junk" refills
  • Oct 3, 2013, 10:47 PM
    I wasn't sure how much I would notice an upgraded refill, so I used one in my daily pen. It was awesome, I say was because after a few months of use it wound up getting dropped nib end down onto a concrete floor. I swapped it out with a "generic" refill (the one that comes in the kit) and that's when I realized how much I liked the Schmidt. It simply works, it felt better, and wrote better, no skips or rough feeling. It took getting spoiled by a very nice refill to realize that there is a definite difference. Please, if you are undecided, buy one for a couple bucks, use it for a week or two and then put the freebee refill back in. Worst case you are out a couple bucks, but I think you will come away wishing you had "upgraded" all along.
  • Dec 31, 1969, 06:00 PM
    I wasn't sure how much I would notice an upgraded refill, so I used one in my daily pen. It was awesome, I say was because after a few months of use it wound up getting dropped nib end down onto a concrete floor. I swapped it out with a "generic" refill (the one that comes in the kit) and that's when I realized how much I liked the Schmidt. It simply works, it felt better, and wrote better, no skips or rough feeling. It took getting spoiled by a very nice refill to realize that there is a definite difference. Please, if you are undecided, buy one for a couple bucks, use it for a week or two and then put the freebee refill back in. Worst case you are out a couple bucks, but I think you will come away wishing you had "upgraded" all along.
  • Dec 31, 1969, 06:00 PM
    These refills sell the pens.

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