The Ditto Pen Helps You Doodle Broken Strokes with Effortless Swipes

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: • References: quirky
Teachers and parents particularly will find the Ditto Pen quite useful, enabling them to easily score illustrations and alphabets with broken lines. This set of unconventional markers can produce an even and regular stroke of small dashes that requires no additional strain on your hand or your wrist.

The tip of the Quirky-made writing utensil integrates a rolling wheel that takes a form similar to that of a cog. The separate projecting edges press ink onto your page at intervals, constantly picking up more pigment as the disk turns past the shaft.

The Ditto Pen is available in four colors, including green, blue, red and black. With these, one can render letters and numbers for students' writing practice, or draw pictures for kids to color in. Stats for Dotted-Line Drawers Trending: Older & Chilly
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