Comfort Bolivian Rosewood
This is a medium-sized pen that is slightly larger in diameter than the slimline pens. The Bolivian Rosewood on this pen gives it a really rich, warm appearance. This wood (Machaerium schleroxylon) is also called "Morado", "Santos Rosewood", or "Pau Ferro" and comes from Central and South America. Because of its high density and fine texture, this wood is often used in making guitars. Additional uses include hardwood flooring, furniture, and cabinets. It will slightly lighten with age giving it golden tones. The trees reach a height of 125 feet with a trunk diameter of 3 to 4 feet. The black titanium trim on this pen goes nicely with the Rosewood. The top half of this pen pulls off of the bottom half revealing the Cross-style cartridge holder. It is also possible to make this pen with a rubberized grip that fits just above the nib. That's how it got the name of "comfort" pen.