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The Roundabout Rollerball Pen

Coming Soon

All pre-orders will begin shipping in October 2021. Roundabout Rollerball Pens will be coming this November.

Indulge in a joyful writing experience that transports you back to the age of when you first put pen to paper. The Roundabout rollerball pen unites the convenience and accessibility of a ballpoint pen with the customizability of using fountain pen inks. Explore every ink colour in our universe with the Roundabout pen.

With it’s easy to use rollerball tip, and a refillable  ink converter, anyone can enjoy the entire spectrum of colours in the Ferris Wheel Press universe. The Roundabout pen is compatible with all  fountain pen friendly inks, and can be filled and refilled over and over again.

Bring your brightest ideas to life with the spirit of the carnival.

  • Capping Mechanism: Air-sealed click locking cap
  • Capped length: 128mm
  • Posted Length: 128mm
  • Body: Acrylic blend with gloss finish
  • Rollerball Tip: 0.6mm fine width
  • Converter: standard international size converter
  • Colours: Tattler’s Teal, French Vanilla, Lady Rose, Forget-me-not, After Hours, Seaside Glass
Once Upon a Design

Forging ahead on our mission to help the world Fall in Love with Writing Again, we’ve created two brand new writing instruments that capture your most magical memories of the midway. The design of the Carousel and Roundabout pens draw inspiration from this nostalgic carnival ride, where the dreams of going round and round and round, like our creativity, never ends.

Sharing the same body and silhouette, The Carousel fountain pen and Roundabout rollerball pen are launching in 6 gorgeous colours. Each pen comes equipped with its own ink converter, ready to be filled and refilled all over again with your favourite Ferris Wheel Press Ink.

Notable design motifs:

  • Unique 12-sided bollard cap inspired by memories of the merry-go-round and complete with lovely debossed typography

  • Hexagonal grip section drawing from the nuts and bolts of Ferris Wheel Press’ history in printmaking

  • A rollerball tip that can be used to directly draw ink from a bottle, or through the converter for smaller vessels

  • Circular wordmark debossed into the scalloped base of the body