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Anyone In The U.s. Buy From Asa Pens?

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#21 Doug C

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Posted 24 January 2015 - 17:12

I got one of the ASA Crystals a while ago and it is great.  I did not even go for the Jowo nib, but got the standard nib with testing performed.  It writes as well as any of my other steel nibs. I use it about once a week or so and it has not dried out (its an eyedropper).


A really great value.

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#22 mrmohitmishra


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Posted 06 February 2015 - 17:01

Some post offices have people who've never heard of Curaçao and tell people trying to send me things there's no such place - or they decide we're a city in Spain or some such... several have had packaged returned, after traveling to Canada, or other totally out-of-the-way places... Those from Asapens have usually reached me in the average travel time of about three weeks, somewhat longer when it's a very busy time, like a world or Indian holiday... One irritating fact is that my packages tend to always go to Amsterdam first - on the other side of a big ocean! but this is not the privilege of mail from India, and it's even crazier when someone in Miami wants to send me something and that goes to Amsterdam first, too... crossing the Atlantic ocean twice!



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