"PARKER" pen is the best

India
November 2, 2006 2:00am CST
what you think
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34 responses
• India
3 Nov 06
YEAH M ALSO THINK PARKER IS BEST PEN BRAND
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• India
3 Nov 06
thanks buddy
@classact (1396)
• India
3 Nov 06
sir ji IITM walo ke paas parker ka pen kaha se aaega. fir bhi i have. its gud
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• India
3 Nov 06
fine dear
• India
3 Nov 06
I too like Parker pens. But, then they are very costly. I cannot afford to write with a parker pen daily. I use a parker pen only during some special occasion or when I want to give a gift to some. I predfer Parker's ink pen to the ballpoint pen.
• India
3 Nov 06
thanks dear i think also
@haxor111 (2232)
• India
3 Nov 06
no piere cardin
• India
3 Nov 06
ok man
@kutchi (12331)
• Pakistan
3 Nov 06
Yes It is the best pen but much expensive than others
• India
3 Nov 06
don't mind but its gud na
• China
3 Nov 06
parker - a famous brand of pen
I rarely use pen these days, all words are typed by using my computer, but I remember that parker is a great brand for pen, it's expensive, I think people using it to show their status.
• India
3 Nov 06
fine dear
@udayarc (428)
• India
3 Nov 06
Yes
• India
3 Nov 06
ok man
@banta78 (4334)
• India
3 Nov 06
Parker pen is good i agree. though i also like Pilot pen, lexur, reynolds too.
• India
3 Nov 06
its also gud dear
• Indonesia
3 Nov 06
friend - friend
yes i agree with u
• India
3 Nov 06
thanks dear
• Australia
3 Nov 06
pen - pen
i dont know i dont really pay attention to little things like that but i know parker is really good
• India
3 Nov 06
ok man
@kpushpe (319)
• India
3 Nov 06
yaaaaaaaaaaaaa it is 1000% good pen i have different pens in the parker
• India
3 Nov 06
oh ya its gud
@tusharb (3159)
• India
3 Nov 06
nops it cost very high compare to ny others....
• India
3 Nov 06
but this is better man
• India
3 Nov 06
yes i agree with u
• India
3 Nov 06
thanks man
• Philippines
3 Nov 06
i Agree Isnt like Other Ballpen, Parker Ballpen is a branded Ballpen. i not as ordinary ballpen we see in streets thats easily to broke and the ink. The ink of Parker Ballpen is nice and you used more longer than other ballpen
• India
3 Nov 06
thanks for reply buddy
@lihuajing (2054)
• China
3 Nov 06
Yes, I agree!
• India
3 Nov 06
PARKER - PARKER
thanks dear
@gulshah (861)
• China
3 Nov 06
ya i agree parker is the best
• India
3 Nov 06
THANKS MAN
@gamerz_84 (920)
• India
2 Nov 06
i like mitsubishi pen.its quite good
• India
3 Nov 06
ok man
• India
2 Nov 06
parker - parker pen
yes it is the best
• India
3 Nov 06
thanks buddy
@bapi_da (761)
• India
2 Nov 06
The Parker Pen Company, founded in 1891 by George Stafford Parker in Janesville, Wisconsin, is best known for making pens that are among the most prestigious and collectible in the world.George Parker, the founder, had previously been a sales agent for the John Holland Gold Pen Company. He received his first fountain pen related patent in 1889. In 1894 Parker received a patent on his "Lucky Curve" feed, which was claimed to draw excess ink back into the pen body when the pen was not in use. The Lucky Curve feed was used in various forms until 1928. From the 1920s to the 1960s, up until the ascendance of the ballpoint pen, Parker was either number one or number two in worldwide writing instrument sales. In 1931 Parker created Quink "quick drying ink" which eliminated the need for blotting and led to the development of the most widely used model of fountain pen in history (over $400 million worth of sales in its 30 year history) the Parker 51. Manufacturing facilities were set up over the years in Canada, England, Denmark, France, Mexico, and Argentina. Parker pens were frequently selected (often as favorite pens of the signers) to sign important documents such as the World War II armistices, and commemorative editions were sometimes offered. In 1976 Parker acquired Manpower just as the temporary staffing market was surging. In time Manpower provided more revenue than the pen business. A management buyout in 1987 moved the company headquarters to Newhaven, East Sussex, England which was the original location of the Valentine Pen Company previously acquired by Parker. In 1993 Parker was acquired by the Gillette Company, which already owned the PaperMate brand, one of the best-selling disposable ballpoints. Gillette sold the writing instruments division in 2000 to Newell Rubbermaid, whose own Stationery Division, Sanford, became the largest in the world owning such brand names as Rotring, Sharpie, Reynolds as well as Parker, PaperMate, Waterman and Liquid Paper.Key models in the company's history include: Jointless (1899), Jack Knife Safety (1909), Duofold (1921), Vacumatic (1932), 51 (1941), Jotter (1954), 61 (1956), 75 (1964), Duofold International (1987), and Sonnet (1993).
• India
2 Nov 06
great history of parker
@justnitya (1393)
• India
2 Nov 06
no ,my parker got damaged
• India
2 Nov 06
ok man