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#1 tt32003

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Posted 04 August 2008 - 13:25

See that there are quite a few people here from Singapore.
So where do you guys buy your pens in Singapore ?
Where to get a good price ?

I find that Pelikan tend to have favourable pricing in Singapore.

Pilot on the other hand is very expensive in Singapore.
The list price for the Vanishing point on pilot singapore website is actually SGD 235.9 while the list price on pilot international website is only US$139.
Popular seems to be the only selling it in Sg.
Anyone seen it elsewhere ?
Mustaffa ?Haven't been there for a long time. Btw are their pens at good prices ?

What about Montblanc ?
Heard that ADs will give 10% discount but the Montblanc boutiques will not do so.

I know of some specialised pen shops at Bras Basah, Peninsular Plaza, Funan etc.
Are they selling at cheaper price than department stores ?
The departmental stores do have 20% discounts on various brands on and off though.

Edited by tt32003, 04 August 2008 - 13:32.


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Posted 04 August 2008 - 14:31

QUOTE (tt32003 @ Aug 4 2008, 09:25 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
What about Montblanc ?
Heard that ADs will give 10% discount but the Montblanc boutiques will not do so.

I know of some specialised pen shops at Bras Basah, Peninsular Plaza, Funan etc.
Are they selling at cheaper price than department stores ?
The departmental stores do have 20% discounts on various brands on and off though.



I usually go to Fook Hing at Bras Basah and they are pretty decent with regards to service and discount. And they don't make me feel tiny because all I can afford for now is Lamy. Aesthetic Bay in Funan has stopped stocking up with Lamys. However, if you're looking for discounts, I think most shops are allowed to give 20% if they want. Had this strange experience where the shop next to Fook Hing (A watch shop with messy counter) tried to sell me a pen and all by cutting down the price. In the end, I managed to get my Lamy 2k XF at 20% off the listed price which was the same as it was listed in Kino. The problem is sourcing out at what price to bargain for though.


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Edited by lucentstreak, 04 August 2008 - 14:42.

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Posted 04 August 2008 - 14:35

QUOTE (lucentstreak @ Aug 4 2008, 10:31 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
QUOTE (tt32003 @ Aug 4 2008, 09:25 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
What about Montblanc ?
Heard that ADs will give 10% discount but the Montblanc boutiques will not do so.

I know of some specialised pen shops at Bras Basah, Peninsular Plaza, Funan etc.
Are they selling at cheaper price than department stores ?
The departmental stores do have 20% discounts on various brands on and off though.



I usually go to Fook Hing at Bras Basah and they are pretty decent with regards to service and discount. And they don't make me feel tiny because all I can afford for now is Lamy. Aesthetic Bay in Funan has stopped stocking up with Lamys. However, if you're looking for discounts, I think most shops are allowed to give 20% if they want. Had this strange experience where the shop next to Fook Hing (A watch shop with messy counter) tried to sell me a pen and all by cutting down the price. In the end, I managed to get my Lamy 2k XF at 25% off the listed price which was the same as it was listed in Kino. The problem is sourcing out at what price to bargain for though.


So how much did you pay for the Lamy 2k ?
About 25% off SGD220 ?

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Posted 04 August 2008 - 14:40

QUOTE (tt32003 @ Aug 4 2008, 10:35 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
So how much did you pay for the Lamy 2k ?
About 25% off SGD220 ?


Retail price at Kino and most shops I have been to is $244 for Lamy 2K fountain. (including Fook Hing)
I paid about $190. Which now looking at the offers they have elsewhere, makes me very sheepish. Still.. the pen is amazing
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Posted 04 August 2008 - 16:40

In general, most pen brands aren’t cheaper in Singapore. Most pen shops and department stores sell at full retail.

Department stores sometimes have sales, but their pens are generally limited to Lamy, Sheaffer, Parker, Waterman and Acme. The stores don't really run their pen counters -- the distributors do.

If you’re looking for deals, it’s better to look online. Pens can be cheaper even after taking shipping into account. Try:

Pen Gallery - http://www.pengallery.com/
(they’ve a great store in brick-and-mortar store in KL too)

Pensinasia - http://www.pensinasia.com/
(Folks on FPN have also reported good dealings with PensinAsia too.)

Especially with the Lamy 2000. Why spend S$240+ in a shop here when you can get it for just under US$100 at Pen Gallery or Pam Braun?

If you'd like to try a physical store, I've a list of pen shops on my faq that might help:
http://strangeknight...-singapore-faq/

Mustafa Centre is a good place to buy pens, but only if you know what you want. No service whatsoever there.

Pelikan - prices here not really better. Try Art Friend (Bras Basah Complex, 2F, or Ngee Ann City 4F), but selection limited. Also try Mustafa smile.gif

Pilot - pen shops like Aesthetic Bay and Fook Hing will have them I think. Sorry, but am not familiar with the prices...

EDIT: Ah, just guessed that "AD" = authorised distributor smile.gif

Edited by Readymade, 04 August 2008 - 17:02.

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Posted 04 August 2008 - 17:14

QUOTE (lucentstreak @ Aug 4 2008, 10:31 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
I usually go to Fook Hing at Bras Basah and they are pretty decent with regards to service and discount. And they don't make me feel tiny because all I can afford for now is Lamy.


Bah! There's nothing to be ashamed about being able to afford only Lamy pens. A pen is a pen is a pen, and Lamy makes really good ones.

Any shopkeeper who tells you or indicates otherwise really doesn't deserve your business.

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Aesthetic Bay in Funan has stopped stocking up with Lamys.


[whisper] have you asked the owner? [/whisper] wink.gif
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Posted 04 August 2008 - 17:32

QUOTE (tt32003 @ Aug 4 2008, 08:25 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
See that there are quite a few people here from Singapore.
So where do you guys buy your pens in Singapore ?
Where to get a good price ?

I find that Pelikan tend to have favourable pricing in Singapore.

Pilot on the other hand is very expensive in Singapore.
The list price for the Vanishing point on pilot singapore website is actually SGD 235.9 while the list price on pilot international website is only US$139.
Popular seems to be the only selling it in Sg.
Anyone seen it elsewhere ?
Mustaffa ?Haven't been there for a long time. Btw are their pens at good prices ?

What about Montblanc ?
Heard that ADs will give 10% discount but the Montblanc boutiques will not do so.

I know of some specialised pen shops at Bras Basah, Peninsular Plaza, Funan etc.
Are they selling at cheaper price than department stores ?
The departmental stores do have 20% discounts on various brands on and off though.




printhardcopy, ebay address, Lay Teck Ng (Bill), sells Pelikan at a very good prices. Write Bill, he will respond you quickly.

No affiliation, just a very satisfied customer,

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Posted 04 August 2008 - 23:31

QUOTE (Readymade @ Aug 5 2008, 01:14 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
[whisper] have you asked the owner? [/whisper] wink.gif



Hi Readymade,


Thank you for the faq!
Yeah..I did ask him a few weeks back and he said he was thinking of stopping his stock of lamys because he said they were getting common place and showed me a tray full of safaris.
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Posted 05 August 2008 - 08:55

Guys have you all tried the pen shop at 3rd floor of Peninsular Plaza ?
They have a website http://www.sseoww.com/
Prices listed in SGD but not really attractive.


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Posted 05 August 2008 - 22:49

QUOTE (tt32003 @ Aug 5 2008, 01:55 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Guys have you all tried the pen shop at 3rd floor of Peninsular Plaza ?
They have a website http://www.sseoww.com/
Prices listed in SGD but not really attractive.



i purchase from there all the time. I love it what didn't you like? I usually shop online


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Posted 06 August 2008 - 03:18

Lin Kong Watch and Pen right? I used to get my Lamy nibs from there (uh, don't ask them to change the nibs for you).

They're willing to sell you converters from other pens too.
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Posted 06 August 2008 - 06:41

QUOTE (Readymade @ Aug 6 2008, 11:18 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Lin Kong Watch and Pen right? I used to get my Lamy nibs from there (uh, don't ask them to change the nibs for you).

They're willing to sell you converters from other pens too.


I bought a waterman converter from Robinsons last week (surprised)
But quite ex at SGD $13.

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Posted 06 August 2008 - 10:19

The brick and mortar shops to buy my drool pens would be Fook Hing. Better still I would find a reason to go to Kuala Lumpur and visit Pen Gallery. I got my M1000, M800, Sailor 1911, Nakaya from them.

As for Popular and Kinokuniya, only MSRP prices are given so no bargains can be found there.

Mustafa is good only for cheap pens. The expensive pens you buy are usually missing the original presentation boxes. I found that out to my huge regret when I bought my MB149 from them. No inking is allowed too.

I would avoid patronizing shops that sells luxury watches and some pens. Most of them think you are into branded goods and limited editions. In their minds, sky's the limit.

Another important consideration is after sales service as usually the more expensive pens are likely to give trouble. That include Lamy 2K, Aurora Optima, Stipula, M1000 which I bought. Keep your receipts and prepare to 'bang table'. The local Lamy distributor quoted 2 months to replace a faulty nib. You have less trouble with shops like Pen Gallery and Aesthetic bay who value your custom and who have replacement stocks in hand.

Finally you can always go on-line and buy from nibmeisters like Richard Binder who have ready stocks of custom nibs for Pilot VP and Pelikan pens.





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Posted 06 August 2008 - 13:19

I bought my Pelikan m400 at Robinsons last weekend.
They were having 20% discount plus I'll get another 5% off the bill when it comes as I used Robinsons card.
So it's even cheaper than Pan gellery.

Went to the sale by watches of switzerland at Hyatt Hotel last weekend and saw quite a few Omas, Dunhill, Cartier pens at 40-50% discount.
Cheapest around S$290 after discount.
Thought those prices should be fair for such brands but didn't buy as I was not familiar with them.
Walked down to Robinsons and bought the Pelikan.

Oh btw Takashimaya selling Cross Townsend lacquer fountain pen (discontinued models, in either red or green colour) at only S$200 now.

And for popular most household in Singapore should have a popular discount card which entitle you to 10% off pen.
If you print out the NDP coupon (valid till end Sept), can get 15% storewide or 20% at Harris (the Suntec branch has quite a lot of pens).

Edited by tt32003, 06 August 2008 - 13:59.


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Posted 21 August 2008 - 12:13


Hello Fellow Singaporeans,


anyone knows the price of Caran D'Ache Fountain Pen 30ml Bottle Ink in SG?

Pengallery selling USD20 per bottle, fair price?

thanks

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Posted 22 August 2008 - 10:31

QUOTE (plinius @ Aug 21 2008, 08:13 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Hello Fellow Singaporeans,


anyone knows the price of Caran D'Ache Fountain Pen 30ml Bottle Ink in SG?

Pengallery selling USD20 per bottle, fair price?

thanks


I bought a bottle for S$22, so USD20 seems a bit too much. I got mine from a shop in the basement level of Raffles City, but they only have a few colours. I've seen them at Fook Hing(Bras Besah) though.
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Posted 22 August 2008 - 11:59


thanks


QUOTE (graceaj @ Aug 22 2008, 06:31 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
QUOTE (plinius @ Aug 21 2008, 08:13 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Hello Fellow Singaporeans,


anyone knows the price of Caran D'Ache Fountain Pen 30ml Bottle Ink in SG?

Pengallery selling USD20 per bottle, fair price?

thanks


I bought a bottle for S$22, so USD20 seems a bit too much. I got mine from a shop in the basement level of Raffles City, but they only have a few colours. I've seen them at Fook Hing(Bras Besah) though.



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Posted 24 August 2008 - 15:59

@plinius: are you referring to the Colours of the Earth series?

Price has gone up sad.gif NBC in the basement of Raffles City has them at S$25 a bottle. Think similar prices at Fook Hing and Aesthetic Bay...
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Posted 25 August 2008 - 07:34

Art friend selling the discontinued Pelikan new classic lacquer pen really cheap.
At S$39.90 can't get a cheaper pelikan with 14k nib.
They also sell an aluminium Pelikan with steel nib (unknown model) at S$20.
Anyone know what model is it ?

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Posted 25 August 2008 - 07:41

QUOTE (tt32003 @ Aug 25 2008, 03:34 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Art friend selling the discontinued Pelikan new classic lacquer pen really cheap.
At S$39.90 can't get a cheaper pelikan with 14k nib.
They also sell an aluminium Pelikan with steel nib (unknown model) at S$20.
Anyone know what model is it ?


Sounds like the Future, a school pen similar to the Pelikano. Is it the one shown here? I didn't know the New Classic had a gold nib, but that's an excellent price for a gold-nibbed pen.
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Posted 25 August 2008 - 07:42

QUOTE (tt32003 @ Aug 25 2008, 03:34 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Art friend selling the discontinued Pelikan new classic lacquer pen really cheap.
At S$39.90 can't get a cheaper pelikan with 14k nib.
They also sell an aluminium Pelikan with steel nib (unknown model) at S$20.
Anyone know what model is it ?



Could it be the M250 or M100? for lacquer pen?

Edited to add - called the Bras Basah Branch - it's a P381

Edited by lucentstreak, 25 August 2008 - 07:45.

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Posted 25 August 2008 - 08:22

Hi guys,

Any idea what "wet" inks can be bought in Singapore? I have pelikan 4001 inks and they write pretty dry with my pilot prera and so so for my estie 9048.
I just got some PR Chocolat from AB to try but looking for some (not too expensive) nice browns inks.

Pelikan brilliant brown mix with a small percentage of quink looks great but doesn't drop a wet enough line for my personal taste.
Any suggestions?

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Posted 25 August 2008 - 10:09

QUOTE (viix @ Aug 25 2008, 04:22 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Hi guys,

Any idea what "wet" inks can be bought in Singapore? I have pelikan 4001 inks and they write pretty dry with my pilot prera and so so for my estie 9048.
I just got some PR Chocolat from AB to try but looking for some (not too expensive) nice browns inks.

Pelikan brilliant brown mix with a small percentage of quink looks great but doesn't drop a wet enough line for my personal taste.
Any suggestions?


It has been said before that adding some dishwashing liquid would help. Just dip a toothpick in the soap before mixing it into the converter of ink. Haven't tried it myself though. hmm1.gif
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Posted 25 August 2008 - 11:19

QUOTE (graceaj @ Aug 25 2008, 03:41 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
QUOTE (tt32003 @ Aug 25 2008, 03:34 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Art friend selling the discontinued Pelikan new classic lacquer pen really cheap.
At S$39.90 can't get a cheaper pelikan with 14k nib.
They also sell an aluminium Pelikan with steel nib (unknown model) at S$20.
Anyone know what model is it ?


Sounds like the Future, a school pen similar to the Pelikano. Is it the one shown here? I didn't know the New Classic had a gold nib, but that's an excellent price for a gold-nibbed pen.


It's like a hybrid between the future and pura, more to the pura side.
I bought one last weekend and it's very smooth for a $20 pen.

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Posted 26 August 2008 - 06:16

QUOTE (tt32003 @ Aug 25 2008, 03:34 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Art friend selling the discontinued Pelikan new classic lacquer pen really cheap.
At S$39.90 can't get a cheaper pelikan with 14k nib.


That's true. They're a bit too skinny for me, but I really like the clip. Looks like the blade of a gladius smile.gif

QUOTE
They also sell an aluminium Pelikan with steel nib (unknown model) at S$20.
Anyone know what model is it ?


It's a Pelikan 2000 or a 3000, iirc.

There've been a few threads on this pen in the past e.g.

http://www.fountainpennetwork.com/forum/in...ikan+2000\

It's a bit obscure. The problem is I can't find a pic to confirm.
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Posted 26 August 2008 - 06:21

QUOTE (viix @ Aug 25 2008, 04:22 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Any idea what "wet" inks can be bought in Singapore? I have pelikan 4001 inks and they write pretty dry with my pilot prera and so so for my estie 9048.
I just got some PR Chocolat from AB to try but looking for some (not too expensive) nice browns inks.

Pelikan brilliant brown mix with a small percentage of quink looks great but doesn't drop a wet enough line for my personal taste.
Any suggestions?


Waterman Havana! Great flow, very well-behaved ink.

Might be tricky to find here. Don't think Aesthetic Bay has any more.

Try asking at the Waterman pen counters in dept stores. If they don't have any ask if you can order.


Edited by Readymade, 26 August 2008 - 06:22.

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Posted 15 March 2009 - 11:24

QUOTE (plinius @ Aug 21 2008, 08:13 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Hello Fellow Singaporeans,


anyone knows the price of Caran D'Ache Fountain Pen 30ml Bottle Ink in SG?

Pengallery selling USD20 per bottle, fair price?

thanks


As a point of information, there is a Caran d'Ache boutique at the first floor of raffles city shopping centre. Really good stuff.

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Posted 15 March 2009 - 11:29

Seems like Fook Hing does a variety of things. Are they good? I always buy from departmental stores but I am sure these are cheaper. I am planning to buy Fisher Space Pens from there. Apparently, they are listed on the Fisher site as the official distributer.

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Posted 15 March 2009 - 12:10

QUOTE (nicholasyeo @ Mar 15 2009, 07:29 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Seems like Fook Hing does a variety of things. Are they good? I always buy from departmental stores but I am sure these are cheaper. I am planning to buy Fisher Space Pens from there. Apparently, they are listed on the Fisher site as the official distributer.


Fook Hing prices should be the same as departmental stores but they will give you discount of 15-20% .
However nowadays pen counters at departmental stores are perpetually on 20% sales anyway.

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Posted 15 March 2009 - 14:31

Ello. I just started on FP too, got my first WM Hemisphere in Robinsons for less than SGD100. Got another Sailor Sapporo at Astestic Bay for SGD240 together with the Spirit of Bamboo from Noodlers. Planning to get a Lamy (Haven't decide which one) over at the writingdesk as soon as they've got the J Herbin ink which I can't find in Singapore.

I read from another website, apologise for not being able to quote the source, there's some nice find at Daiso - FP, cartridges and syringe for topping up the converters. I've yet to check out but I intend to do so this week.

Hope to hear more about where I can find stuff in SG too. Else, online shopping seems very attractive.

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