Retro51 Herald Rollerball: Get into the creative spirit with the Tornado collection from Retro 51. Each retractable rollerball pen comes designed after a popular Herald figure. As a sign that something good is about to happen.
Retro 1951 is on a mission to bring fashion fun, and value to the world of writing instruments. Known for bright, cool colors and unique themes. Retro stands by their mission, “Life is too short to carry an Ugly Pen!” and everything about Retro only reiterates that.
Always on the lookout for the latest trend or newest thing in the market. Retro also merges the fashionable colors and designs of today with the vintage, quality ideals of the ‘good old days. Every Retro piece is designed with that nostalgic, early American dream, and it could be best said that “We make ’em like they used to!”™
Retro51 Herald Rollerball
Retro 1951, started in the ’90s with a focus on producing unique gifts with an emphasis on fine writing instruments and the accouterments of life. The pen is not a pen but instead a vehicle to an end – a way of showing who you are. The pen is a perfect gift that will last for years and serve as a token of achievement and fond memories. Although Retro specializes in fine writing pens, They also offer leather accessories and “other cool stuff” with unusual stylings. All these items come branded and packaged with fun graphics, also their colors have a feel of nostalgic Americana.
In 1997, Retro 1951 introduced also a pen named the Tornado in three colors: red. blue and green in their classic lacquer colors. Little they knew the impact this retractable roller ball would have in the world of gifts and writing accessories. Since that date, they have added many styles and designs to the Tornado Collection. In addition, they come in different colors, materials, sizes, and modes of writing: rollerball, fountain, ballpoint, and pencil. The knurled top has become a trademarked look for Retro and synonymous with the tagline, Furthermore, THIS PEN WILL BLOW YOU AWAY!
The Retro51 Herald Rollerball also sold with a matching rickshaw sleeve.