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Inoxcrom Wall Street Titanium


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#1 gochoa

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Posted 02 March 2008 - 20:43

Hi,
I just posted a video-pictorial of the Inoxcrom Wall Street Titanium.

This is the link in Youtube:

I cannot write an in-depth review because I am not an expert in
fountain pens. In fact, this is the only pen I own and use, so I have
nothing to compare it with. I hope that, if it is true that an image is
worth a thousand words, my pictorial will give a quite convincing speech.

Nevertheless, I must say that I am very happy with this pen. It is very
good-looking (for my taste), and it is a pleasure to use. I regard it as
an excellent purchase.

It fits standard ink catridges that you can purchase about anywhere.

It weights 21 g (uncapped) or 32 g (capped).

It cost me about 38 euros.

If you are considering to buy this pen, my recommendation is to
go ahead and act now! I heard that the company Inoxcrom is
in serious financial trouble. If they close the company these pens
will not be around in the market much longer.


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#2 langere

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Posted 02 March 2008 - 20:49

This is a great review! You have Julio Iglesias singing in the background about love - fantastic combo! biggrin.gif

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#3 Ondina

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Posted 04 March 2008 - 07:11

Inoxcrom has always made low cost but great performer pens. A shame is closing down. Other EU factory going down the drain. In this case is particularly sad as I've read is a direct consecuence of mismanagement or even a seeked close-down by the new CEO team. Here goes the last mass production Made in Spain fountain pen makers. A shame.

Edited by Ondina, 04 March 2008 - 10:14.


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Posted 04 March 2008 - 09:31

Interesting... When I was in Spain a few months ago, I visited a few pen shops. Given the strength of the Euro against the dollar, I opted to buy mostly inks but did pick up several of the Inoxcrom pens as souvenirs. They write rather nifty, and they're decorated with some sort of cartoon characters. I use them occasionally when I need to amuse myself... smile.gif
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#5 hardyb

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Posted 04 March 2008 - 20:02

Thank you for an excellent review and a masterful presentation!
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