To replace your old cartridge you simply pull it out and insert your new Parker pen refill until you feel a click.
The other option for a Parker fountain pen is to use a bottle of Parker Quink and your converter. You draw up the ink by screwing or pulling up the converter and wipe the nib clean with a lint free cloth.
Parker Quink cartridges come with a small ink reserve which allows you to continue writing just when you think you are stuck.
Parker Roller ball Refills
Parker roller ball refills have enough ink to write for around 1000 metres and come in 4 colors, black, blue, red and green. Quink roller ball refills are easily replaced by simply unscrewing the body of your Parker roller ball and inserting the new one.
Parker ball point refills
Parker ball point refills offer the choice of 3 colors including black, red and blue. Parker also supply a gel ink refill for a smoother writing performance and changing your refills are a simple matter of sliding out the old refill and replacing it with the new Parker ball point refill.
Parker multi-pen refill
The Parker multi-pen refill offers the possibility of turning your Parker pen into a fine lead pencil, highlighter, PDA stylus or a conventional ball point pen. Replacing the refill just involves pushing your new Parker pen refill in until you feel a click.
Parker Quink has a fine reputation amongst pen lovers and has been sold since 1931 and was designed to dry quickly on paper, hence the name "Quink" being an amalgamation of "quick" and "ink".
Regardless of which Parker refill you need you can rest assured that Parker pen refills, being an extension of the Parker pen itself, are top quality pen refills.
The Parker fountain pen is one of many which opens up a whole new writing experience for you and collecting fountain pens is a very popular hobby among people who care about how they write and recognize the beauty and quality of fountain pens versus ball point pens.