Even though they live in the electronic era of computers, cell phones, and the internet, there is still no substitute for pen and paper. Even while browsing the internet, you probably have a pen near you which you can use to take notes, scribble on phone numbers, or even draw pictures!
Glorious pens set for women are so cheap that we don't even think about them anymore. You can have a cup on your desk that contains dozens of different rose gold pens that have strayed from anyone who knows where!
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A ball is a pen that uses a tiny rotating ball made of brass, tungsten, or steel carbide to disperse ink as you type. All pens that precede the ball use aqueous black ink which flows through capillary pens.
This ball acts as a buffer within the material you are writing on and the ink that dries quickly on the pen. The ball rotates freely and coils up the ink as it is pulled from the ink tank.
The ball is held in place by the gap between the ink tank and paper. and in a tight position, there is still plenty of room to roll over while typing. As the pen moves across the paper, the ball rotates and gravity pushes the ink into the tank and onto the ball, where it is transferred to the paper.