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The Wancher 807 In Matte Chrome, Hand Written Review


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#1 KrazyIvan

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Posted 26 December 2012 - 17:10

I have been slacking a bit on posting reviews to the forum. Been active on my blog. Here is the latest review. A Lamy 2K look-a-like that is cartridge converter fill. For a full pictorial of the pen, see me blog post.

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Wancher 807 1 by IvanRomero, on Flickr

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Wancher 807 2 by IvanRomero, on Flickr

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#2 Uncle Red

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Posted 26 December 2012 - 18:34

Wow, they really did a close cop... Homage to the Lamy 2000. Looks nice. Is there room for a standard converter?

#3 watvolk

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Posted 26 December 2012 - 20:08

Don't know much about Wancher but this pen seems to be made by Eastrong, a company from Taiwan.
Just take a look here: Eastrong Pen Company

#4 raging.dragon

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Posted 27 December 2012 - 00:41

Don't know much about Wancher but this pen seems to be made by Eastrong, a company from Taiwan.
Just take a look here: Eastrong Pen Company


Wancher are the store brand for a Japanese web and ebay retailler.

#5 KrazyIvan

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Posted 27 December 2012 - 01:41

Wow, they really did a close cop... Homage to the Lamy 2000. Looks nice. Is there room for a standard converter?

I really don't think so. The pen looks like it would from the outside but once you examine it closely, the mini converter is about all that fits barring a cartridge.

#6 KrazyIvan

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Posted 27 December 2012 - 01:43

Don't know much about Wancher but this pen seems to be made by Eastrong, a company from Taiwan.
Just take a look here: Eastrong Pen Company


Have to admit that does look like it.

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Posted 03 January 2013 - 20:49

Wow, they really did a close cop... Homage to the Lamy 2000. Looks nice. Is there room for a standard converter?

I really don't think so. The pen looks like it would from the outside but once you examine it closely, the mini converter is about all that fits barring a cartridge.


I was considering one of these, I like C/C pens and I don't mind cartridge only pens with the tools in place and the system down refilling cartridges is fast and painless, but I'll never figure out why someone would design a full sized C/C pen an not make capable of accepting a standard sized converter, a long cartridge or back to back cartridges.






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