Parker intended to start the new millennium with a revitalization of the company. They remade the logo and also took a closer look at the current models. Most notably they closed the old Geo. S. Parker Arrow Park factory in Janesville, Wisconsin and had 300 workers laid off. A decision made by the, then new owners, Gillette. One of the new models to come out in this new order, in 2001, was the Parker Inflection. However, looking closer, there are many features familiar to Parker collectors, notably similarities to the Parker 95 of the 1990's. The Inflection had a gold plated stainless steel nib. Inflection was discontinued in 2004 and was replaced by the Latitude.
This particular pen is in near mint used condition. It shows some very light micro swirls in the black lacquer body, but overall appears like new! It comes without the original boxes and papers.