Cross X Star Wars Gel Rollerball Pen Millennium Falcon Zoom Cross X Star Wars Gel Rollerball Pen Millennium Falcon

Special Star Wars edition of the ingenious telescopic Cross X rollerball pen, commemorating Han Solo's beloved Millennium Falcon.

Capless rollerball with a satisfyingly chunky grey lacquered barrel and ingenious slide and snap mechanism that activates the gel ink, ready for writing. All you have to do is pull the pen apart in the middle to extend the tip.

Its slick, aerodynamic profile features the iconic Cross conical top and the clip is inscribed with the Cross branding. The Falcon themed finish is enhanced with polished chrome appointments.

Dimensions: 146mm long, 15mm diameter, weighs 37g.

Fitted with a Selectip gel rollerball refill in black, but will also take the Selectip Jumbo ballpoint and Porous Point fineliner refills. Supplied in a Star Wars themed gift box.

All Cross writing instruments are guaranteed for life against mechanical failure.

Additional Information

Product Code:CR70742
Advance Mechanism:Retractable
Ink Colour:Black
Ink Type:Gel Ink
Item Colour:Grey
Refill Type:Refillable, Pen Refill
Tip Type:Ball
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Star Wars themed telescopic rollerball
  • Clever extending design - practical and fun to use
  • Selectip - use gel, ballpoint or porous tip refills
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