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    Default Rotring Art pen cartridge or converter?

    I have my ol' dad's Rotring Classic Art Pen, which is close to being a beautiful thing!
    It writes beautifully, but starves, perhaps because of the problem below.

    The piston ink converter that I have doesn't fit perfectly, just a shade too loose at 6.31mm diameter,
    and too long. This means it gets stuck in the tapered body.
    I need a piston converter or recommendation for Cartridges.

    Can anyone advise or help? Here it is:

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    Default Re: Rotring Art pen cartridge or converter?

    I believe the Rotring Art Pen uses short standard international cartridges, like the Kaweco Sport ink cartridges. Kaweco also makes a short converter that should fit. The cartridges can also be easily refilled from bottled ink with a syringe.

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    Default Re: Rotring Art pen cartridge or converter?

    Thanks for the tip JayDubya, I'll see where I can find them (In Oz it might be more difficult) I do have a cheapo Shaeffer pen which came with some shortish cartridges I'll check them out
    No, that didn't work - they're too fat.

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