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Reroma the Aroma Pen Diffuser
Ballpoint Pens with Aroma
Date:18, Feb, 2014
Investigated and Written by Misaka Youhei
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It is too dangerous to use a sense of taste, for distinguishing whether the food is already rotten or not. Some poisonous matters might go spread inside your mouth, you know. Knowing danger from apart, we have gotten nothing more important than our sense of smell.

Now, what on earth do our noses act on writing something?


Reroma the Aroma Pen Diffuser
Color: Rose Pink
Ink Color: Black
Price: 1,890 yen (Tax in.)
Aromathérapie was proposed by a French scientist; Rene-Maurice Gattefosse in twentieth century. It is proved specific kinds of perfume positively work on our bodies, like relaxing and exalting. Aroma nicely acts on not writing but a writing man.

Reroma the Aroma Pen Diffuser, it is a ballpoint pen made by Sailor Pen’s collaboration with @aroma; a leading company of perfume. It would let you understand a fact as mentioned above using this pen.

From small holes on a pen axle, within a personal range, natural perfume plays around and you feel so refreshed and relaxed. They prepare four types of smell; Eucalyptus lavender, Orange grapefruit, Mint eucalyptus and Rose marine citrus. Moreover, they say you could use your favorite aroma oil which lies at usual stores.

Let me explain how to use the diffuser. Off the head of pen, and imbrue the oil pad with a bit of aroma oil, and set as it was. Needless to say, they sell the pads for replacement.

In my schoolchildren years, I saw some classmates have fragrant erasers inside their pencil boxes. The ballpoint pen is completely different from that cheap perfume. Next Mother’s Day, I would like to give my mom this pen.




about Sailor Pen Co. Ltd

・Established in 1932
・Name: Sailor Pen Co. Ltd
・Address: 2-10-18 Mouri, Koto-Ku, Tokyo 135-8312 Japan
・Tel: +81 3 38462832







 

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