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Z bought me a Pilot Parallel Pen with a 1.5mm nib and a con-50 converter to try it out. It works pretty well, but neither of us really likes it, and so, gentle reader, our loss is your gain :-). If you live in the Continental United States (or you live on the Big Island of Hawaii, and are willing to wait for us to hand-deliver it to you when we visit in February), and desire a chance at trying one of these pens, now is your big chance. The lucky winner of this PIF will receive one (1) clean, barely used (one day, then converter and pen were emptied and thoroughly cleaned) Pilot Parallel Pen in 1.5mm "Red" (although this is a very Orange looking Red). Comes complete in its box, with instruction sheet, nib cleaning film, feed cleaning pipette, red and black ink cartridges, and as a special bonus a Pilot CON-50 Converter (inside the pen as the box has no special compartment for a conerter). To enter, simply respond to this thread, and your name will be entered to win. Next Saturday (The 30th of January 2016) at about noon Pacific Standard Time all of the names will be input into our specialised randomiser (or hat) and one lucky winner will be drawn. After we get your address the pen will be delivered by our special courier service (USPS) at no additional charge. Good luck, Irish & Zwack
Pen Chalet is giving away 3 great pen related prizes all from Sheaffer. Just last year Sheaffer had their 100 year anniversary and to commemorate this even they created a book, 100 Years of Sheaffer, and a silver coin. Pen Chalet is giving the following away: 1st place prize: 1 copy of the 100 Years of Sheaffer. 1 Sheaffer silver coin 2nd and 3rd place will each receive a copy of the 100 Years of Sheaffer book. Enter to win! http://www.penchalet.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/sheaffer_100_year_coin.jpg http://www.penchalet.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/sheaffer_100_year_book.jpg
I lost the pen I got from Noodler's and can't find one like it on their website or anyplace else. I regret that I've never photographed my "pen collection" such as it is. It was a clear/smoke gray (though the color isn't crucial) convertible fountain/rollerball pen. The whole barrel was the reservoir, filled with a syringe. I really liked the volume of ink in held!!! The nib was medium/fine, my only quibble since I prefer fine. There was nothing terribly special about the pen, but it had become one of my favorites. It was my goto pen for crossword puzzles and sudoku puzzles in the morning paper. Does anybody have any idea where I can find a pen like this? Thanks, Fran Winslow, AZ