A high quality ink cartridge for maximum writing comfort. Ballograf’s tips are produced from Japanese stainless steel and the balls are made from the extremely dense tungsten carbide. In the back of each cartridge is a small amount of fat which counteracts the ink to dry out even if the pen is left unused for a longer period of time. Both blue and black medium refills are certified Swedish archival and are resistant to light exposure. Each cartridge writes 8000 meters and is suitable for Ballograf Pens.
Cartridges available in black and blue ink.
Ballograf was founded in 1945 by Eugene Spitzer, an Austrian man that found comfort in Sweden during World War II. Production began in his garage, then later expanded after huge success in the Nordic countries. The name Ballograf is a composition of the words "ballo" which means bullet and the word "graph" which means writing, a perfect metaphor for how the classic ballpoints have influenced performance and traveled all over the world.