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Pilot Non-Self-Filling Fountain pen

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#61 Bounce792


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Posted 14 October 2018 - 06:46

If you are in Singapore, Mustafa Shopping Center in the Little India neighborhood has a fountain pen section.  Found a whole box of these for SG$2-3.  Only bought one of each color.  Staff were very rude on the last occasion I went.  Previous time to that, there was a very helpful Indian fellow who let me try uninked pens on paper.  So, depends on what kind of salesperson you get.  Bought a couple of OOP Pelikans from him.


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#62 Kastor48252


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Posted 05 August 2019 - 05:09

The silicon sleeve is removeable to fir a cartridge/converter. Also there is a Styrofoam insert at the end of the barrel. You need to remove it to fit long pilot cartridges / con 20 / con 40 / con 50. I haven't tried a Con 70 yet. As of 2019, these pens are sold in India for between 1.3 to 1.5 USD

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