Schmidt 8120 Pen Refill
Types of Pen Refills
Writing Instruments Technology At Its Best
For more than 70 Years SCHMIDT Technology has been developing and producing highly sophisticated solutions for major brands of writing instruments all over the world.
They make refills for a lot of the top pen brands in the world - some pens arrive with a Schmidt refill inside, but many others have a Schmidt refill with the pen maker’s brand printed on it.
They make a huge range of refills, with some available in a good choice of colors and tip sizes.
Today, Lanier Pens offers you many ballpoint pen refills and roller ball pen refills made by Schmidt directly from their factory in Germany.
Perhaps the most widely-used pen refills are Schmidt pen refills. The two main types of Schmidt pen refills we offer are Roller ball pens and Parker-style Ballpoint pens.
Schmidt 8120 Refills
Schmidt 8120 Capless Roller ball Broad tip Capless System Refill is newly developed with an advanced technology that writes smoother, crisper and elegant writing. This system combines the individual writing character of a fountain pen with the problem-free handling comfort of a ball pen.
The life of each refill is dependent on your personal usage, but its capacity as measured by the EW IMA is 1200 meters.
Features of the Schmidt 8120 Pen Refill
- A cover cap is not necessary for the Capless System
- The new type of ink dries immediately on the paper, but not in the system for more than one year!
- Metal tube with tampon system, stainless steel tip with 1.0 mm ruby ball.
- One year cap-off time.
- Size: Length 108.6 mm Diameter 6.9 mm
- Refill Reads: SCHMIDT capless system 8120.
- Made in Germany
Available Schmidt 8120 Refills
Our current Schmidt 8120 refill offerings include the following pen refills:
Schmidt 8120 black ink broad tip capless roller ball Refill.
Schmidt 8120 blue ink broad tip capless roller ball Refill.
Instruction For Refilling
To replace your refill, follow the original manufacturer's instructions. During refilling, make sure to keep the internal spring in the same direction.