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  1. in the order of their appearance Been Lincoln Beena Antic Wality 71J Kanerite 35mm nibs Dual tone
  2. This is a fun, diminutive-sized writing instrument, with a twist. The nib retracts. It's proving to be a pleasant alternative to the larger pens I've been enjoying lately. I can see it as a take-along pen for notes or general writing duties any day of the week. The Beena Magic was manufactured in the late 1980's. It’s available from ASA Pens. They’re sold in sets of 2 pens. Retractable NibYou turn the end cap to extend / retract the nib unit. It takes about 3/4 of a turn to complete the action. The motion is smooth and easy, if a little loose. I thought the nib might shift or wiggle, but that's proven to be largely a non-issue. Construction The brushed silver cap is plastic like the rest of the pen. It's positive and well engineered. It snaps on and off with an easy click that's crisp and definitive. There's no chance of the cap coming off accidentally. The pen takes international ink cartridges. It doesn't come with a converter. Posted, the pen is a bit smaller than a Jinhao 992 or the Jellyfish series (绘境 026). At just over 15g, it is nicely lightweight. Writing The No. 5 nib writes with a fine line bordering on medium. It's reasonably wet. I didn't experience any skipping. The pen feels good in the hand and was smooth right from the start. It's a natural for posting which is clearly how it was meant to be used. It’s hard to say how long the stock of Beena Magic pens at ASA will last. If you're interested in a bit of friendly Indian pen history, I can recommend you get yourself a pair. The second pen could make an excellent gift to a friend. More comments and photos here.
  3. Beena is a well-known brand for fountain pens in India. Here are some previous posts on other models of Beena: Magic: https://www.fountainpennetwork.com/forum/topic/335371-beena-magic-nos-w-a-retractable-nib/ Beena 500/Lincoln: https://www.fountainpennetwork.com/forum/topic/89413-beena-500/ V'Sign Stride: https://www.fountainpennetwork.com/forum/topic/355022-beena-vsign-stride-fountain-pen/ When I first saw the pictures of the model called 'Antic', I was drawn to it's simplicity and elegance of design. It is a small (but not slim) pen [length = 13.4 cm, cap diameter = 1.3cm, section diameter = 1cm]. I believe it is available in maroon, blue and black colours. Cap has 'beena' and 'antic' inscribed on it. The screw-cap opens in one and a half turns to reveal a short section (2 cm long), gold-plated nib (with 'iridium point' inscribed) on a plastic feed. The pen has a "3-in-1" filling mechanism [eyedropper + converter + cartridge]. The material of the pen is plastic; it looks sturdy and solid, with good finish. I have previously used Beena 'Magic' fountain pen, and I feel that this pen is sturdier than 'Magic'. On writing, the nib is fine, wet and smooth. I think it is a good pen for everyday use. Although it is a small pen, it is not too slim nor too short. The cap posts comfortably on the barrel. Considering the cost (Rs. 120/-), it is good value for money. Please share your thoughts if you have used this pen (or other pens from Beena). Enjoy your weekend !
  4. I saw a fountain pen on amazon.in called V'Sign stride fountain pen (https://www.amazon.in/dp/B083V33YMV/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=v%27sign+stride&qid=1596206823&sr=8-1). I don't find it mentioned here on searching. It is inexpensive, looks good and writes well. Nib looks like Camlin trinity. https://www.fountainpennetwork.com/forum/uploads/imgs/fpn_1596207116__index.jpg (pics below from amazon) https://www.fountainpennetwork.com/forum/uploads/imgs/fpn_1596207153__41ebitoo2pl_sl1274_.jpg https://www.fountainpennetwork.com/forum/uploads/imgs/fpn_1596207175__51w2qghxhxl_sl1280_.jpg It is a 3-in-1 filling pen. V'sign is from Beena pens. They have a facebook page. They give a catalogue on whatsapp enquiry. Other models are also interesting. Cost ranging from Rs. 75 to Rs. 1500/-
  5. Hello Fountain Pen Fellas Happy belated Holi to All from India Its been long since I have been here. And now I am back... this time it's with a new Group Buy for Pens made in India This Group Buy Consists of Kanwrite Desire and Lincoln Beena GROUP BUY ACTIVE TILL 21st April only Models: 01. Kanwrite Desire - Review 01 Moulded Resin Pen in Various Colors 3 in 1 Filling Mechanism (Converter, Cartridge, & Eyedropper)Length: 135 mmLength with Cap Posted: 155 mmLength Cap Un-Posted: 125 mmGrip Section Dia: 10 -11 mm#6 Steel Screw in Nib Unit - EF, F, M, B, BB, Stub, Semi-Flex Fine12 Color Options as Below:01 Solid Black02 Black Marble03 White Marble04 Purple Gold Marble05 Red Marble06 Royal Blue Red Marble07 Sapphire Blue Marble08 Green Brown Marble09 Brown Orange Marble10 Orange Red Marble11 Brown Cappuccino Marble12 Translucent Brown 02. Lincoln Beena (Not Made Anymore - Reform Piston Filler Inspired) - Review 02 New Old Stock, Black Color with Metal Cap#5 Steel Screw in Nib Unit - Ebonite Feed - Medium Point OnlyPiston Filling MechanismLength: 135 mmLength with Cap Posted: 152 mmLength Cap Un-Posted: 125 mmGrip Section Dia : 8 - 9 mm Pricing and Purchase Options: Option 01: Combo @ US $ 42 : Consists of 2 Nos. Kanwrite Desire with color and nib of your choice and 2 Nos. Beena Lincoln Option 02: Combo @ US $ 29 : Consists of 1 Nos. Kanwrite Desire with color and nib of your choice and 2 Nos. Beena Lincoln Option 03: Combo @ US $ 23 : Consists of 1 Nos. Kanwrite Desire with color and nib of your choice and 1 Nos. Beena LincolnOption 04: Kanwrite Desire Pen @ US $ 16: Consists of 1 Nos. Kanwrite Desire with color and nib of your choiceOption 05: One Beena Lincoln Pen @ US $ 9: Consists of one Lincoln Pen with standard Medium Nib The above prices include shipping via Registered Mail. For other express shipping methods please PM and that will be chargeable as per actuals Payment to be done via Paypal only for international customers and for domestic via bank transfer. Paypal ID is: mehandiratta@gmail.com Shipping: Shipping will be done via Registered Air Mail within 5 to 15 days after the payment depending on the required color and nib choices. Normally it takes approx 10 to 30 days to arrive at the destination depending upon the location. EMS shipping available at extra charge For shipping within India kindly PM me. In order to participate in the group buy just fill the Google Form (Link Below) and Reply to the thread with “Form Submitted” or just repost the choices in thread https://forms.gle/LAjdynnPsducmbKV8
  6. I recently came across a box of this very interesting pen. Its vintage and were produced about a decade back, Though not much is known about this brand, any views or information, please feel free to add. I thought must share this with the forum and also record the existence... The pen is a full metal pen, with a shiny chrome finish. The finish has withstood the age and is in mint condition. The Clip designed after the Parker 75 Clip, with a scew type crown & bottom button. The pen is knock-off of Parker 75 from outside. Once you open the pen, it sports a nib section like the Parker 45. Probably the designer wanted best of 45 & 75!! The pen is a aerometric fill, was working perfectly even after decade + years. The pen had a Youth brand nib, which I changed to a gold plated wing-sung nib. Its writing excellent. So here are the pictures. The pen The Section the Pen opened The Nib (Parker 45!!) Please do share any other information of this brand or line up. Thanks for looking.





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