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#1 rudyhou

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Posted 08 December 2014 - 09:57

does anyone know WHERE in Dallas, Texas can one go to bring pens for a repair or adjustment?

 

 


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#2 kidde

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Posted 09 December 2014 - 06:00

The only pen shop I know of here is Paradise Pen in the Galleria, but I've not been there and don't know if they have a mechanic on duty. What are you needing done? While a bit of a hassle with shipping, there are some great craftsmen on the forum that can do whatever you need.

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Posted 09 December 2014 - 21:15

I asked the gentleman at the paradise pen company in the galleria this exact question, and he gave me contact information for Brooks Maxwell who lives in Arlington.
Maxwell is also the Vice President of the Dallas Pen Show Club. Hopefully someone here can give you a contact that's closer.

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Posted 10 December 2014 - 03:30

to kidde and kuhataparunks, thanks so much for the reply.

 

the reason i'm inquiring is because i live in an asian country that does not have this sort of services.  the only option i have is to mail my pens to overseas.

 

it's so happened that i'll be flying to Dallas later this month to visit few friends of mine.  i thought maybe i could have my pens fixed during my stay there.

 

if the service takes longer, i could have a friend to pick them up for me, as he will be flying to asia to see me in few months.

 

i'm a bit weary about mailing my precious pens, as i don't particularly trust the post office here where i live.  they also tend to overcharge fees with anything mailed from overseas.

 

but thank you for your feedback.  i appreciate any suggestion you may have.

 

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