|he Parker Reflex was introduced in 2000 and sported acros-hatched rubber grip section. It had a newly designed clip with a small head, designed not to get hooked in the fabric of the pocket, it also sported six small lines, hint of tines of the feather, and an indentation, a line running the length of the clip. It was riveted to the cap, approximately a centimeter from the top on the fountain pen and roller ball and half a centimeter on the ball pen and pencil, the latter two having had a cylindrical button on top.
The Reflex was manufactured with a moulded plastic barrel and cap and stainless steel trim. It was offered as a fountain pen with a steel nib, a cap actuated roller ball and button actuated ball pen and pencil.
|The 2000 pens were offered in four solid colours:
Before christmas 2001 a stainless steel version was introduced to the line but only as a ball pen and pencil.
A january 2002 pamphlet depicts an interesting clip variation. The six tine-lines was replaced with two opposite parallellograms, creating the impression of stylized feathers and the middle indentation was missing. The panphlet however depicts both clip styles and adds a new colour, Translucent Blue was also added to the line, but only as a gel pen.