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Bakelite Pens By Wancher On Kickstarter

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#21 TaizoOkagaki

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Posted 11 February 2020 - 01:24

 

Hi, just to check, would it be OK to soak parts of the pen in water? 

Yes sir. You can also soak into warm (NOT HOT) water for a few hours to clean.



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#22 Theroc

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Posted 11 February 2020 - 04:30

 

 

I suspect it's the same Schmidt piston-filler component used by Santini Italia in its Libra and Calypso models, down to the ratcheting mechanism and the capacity of the ink reservoir.

 

I think your assumption is correct. It looks like a KFH450 or KFH300. The former being more likely, based on the dimensions of the 7T.


Edited by Theroc, 11 February 2020 - 04:31.






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