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#1 T_Paracha

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Posted 20 June 2016 - 05:03

Hello FPN, this is my first post on the forums.

 

Okay so a little backstory , my parents went on vacation to Pakistan and they brought me a Parker pen as a gift. So when I got the pen , I could not tell what pen it was. I don't know if its a fake but I cannot find it anywhere on the Parker website. Could someone please let me know if you know what this Parker pen is called ??????  

 

                                               Thank You

 

 

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Posted 20 June 2016 - 05:25

Parker IM.
You are getting a reply from Pakistan. Lol.

I couldn't, however, understand whether the pen was brought, as a gift, from Pakistan or into Pakistan.

I also don't know whether or not there exist fake IMs in the market.
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Posted 20 June 2016 - 06:11

You would hope that parents would not buy fakes.

 

Looks the real thing, I am a fan of the mid range Parkers, good quality  and performance.



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Posted 22 June 2016 - 01:14

Parker IM.
You are getting a reply from Pakistan. Lol.

I couldn't, however, understand whether the pen was brought, as a gift, from Pakistan or into Pakistan.

I also don't know whether or not there exist fake IMs in the market.

Thank You! It was a gift from Pakistan.



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Posted 22 June 2016 - 01:16

You would hope that parents would not buy fakes.

 

Looks the real thing, I am a fan of the mid range Parkers, good quality  and performance.

Thank You! so far it is great but my only concern is the filling mechanism. It is a cartridge/converter , the converter isn't a twist converter its a pull ? converter.



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Posted 22 June 2016 - 02:37

Thank You! so far it is great but my only concern is the filling mechanism. It is a cartridge/converter , the converter isn't a twist converter its a pull ? converter.



It will take all types of Parker converters. If you don't like the slide converter that comes with the IM buy the Parker piston converter to use with your pen. The old Parker squeeze converter, however, is the best if you could find it.
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Posted 24 June 2016 - 01:04

It will take all types of Parker converters. If you don't like the slide converter that comes with the IM buy the Parker piston converter to use with your pen. The old Parker squeeze converter, however, is the best if you could find it.

 Oh okay Thank You !







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