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Rite In The Rain Pen Refill Cartridges

Rite In The Rain Pen Refill Cartridges

Description

All-weather pen refill cartridges

Features

  • Fits all Rite In The Rain All-Weather Pens
  • Works in extreme temperatures and precipitation
  • Don't run out of ink when you need it most
List Price
$6.95
Your Price
$6.26
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Details

Stock up on Rite In The Rain's refilling cartridges to ensure that you never run out of ink in the middle of your project. These all-weather pens write on wet paper and upside down in temperatures from -30F to 250F.
Notable Specifications:
  • Size - 3 1/2" long
  • Weight - 0.02 lb.
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Rite In The Rain Pen Refill Cartridges 37R Black all-weather pen refill (fits all)
$6.26
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Rite In The Rain Pen Refill Cartridges 47R Blue all-weather pen refill (fits all)
$6.26
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Rite In The Rain Pen Refill Cartridges 57R Red all-weather pen refill (fits all)
$6.26
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Questions & Answers

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Is this cartridge comparable to the fisher space pen pr cartridge?
Both Rite in the Rain Pens and Refill Cartridges are manufactured by Fisher, so the Rite in the Rain and Space Pen PR cartridges are completely interchangeable. However, the Rite in the Rain cartridge has a different ink designed specifically to adhere to Rite in the Rain All-Weather paper.

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