Staedtler Resina Roller Ball: Whatever your expectations, this pen will also exceed them. You will get an exceptional writing instrument. Impressive and distinctive in appearance. The Resina line combines cool design with a wide variety of colors. The elaborate processing of the high-grade resin results in an intriguingly iridescent effect. The pen has a screw in cap a body made of stained plum wood with metal fittings finished in Chrome. The pen also comes with a black refill. Finally, this German made pen will gratify any user, indulge yourself also with one and you are going to like the way you write.
Staedtler Resina Roller Ball
Each one of the pen made by them, embodies the creativity and precisions of Johann Sebastian Staedtler, who made the first hand pen in 1835.. We can learn the global presence of the company also by its growth, now the company has six manufacturing plants. Three Plants in Europe and Twenty one outside. They have over two thousand employees world-wide, and sales representations in one hundred and fifty countries. Their products for small children, pupils, teachers, university students, artists and offices are known for their quality, all over the world.
We may ask, what is STAEDTLER’s thinking on ‘the future of pens, What chances do writing instruments have in this age of tablets, smartphones etc? The answer is that the two worlds – digital and analogue – are legitimate in their own right. Speed and efficiency dominates our life, hence digital media is unstoppable. However, when we need creativity, when we need to develop or perfect a concept or when beginning to learn how to write or draw. The speed has to be lowered to give ideas space to evolve.. There we need our traditional, writing or drawing pens again. In conclusion, pens have to a legitimate place in our life.