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Greetings from San Francisco, only a few blocks from the ocean and edge of the continental United States. I have been searching for the right implement to control my shaky handwriting for years and had mostly settled on pencils as my best choice. Then several months ago I purchased an inexpensive Pilot Metropolitan fountain pen and everything changed. I am embarrassed I had not discovered the FP before now. Sitting in my study with the sound of a wind-up clock ticking over my shoulder and the feel of my pen moving across velum writing paper has become one of the most profound feelings of c
Pen Chalet has discounted many of the Dalvey items we carry from 40% to 50% Off. Here is a list of the items: http://www.penchalet.com/images/emails/15Feb25/dalvey_dress_wallet.jpg http://www.penchalet.com/images/emails/15Feb25/dalvey_orb_clock.jpg http://www.penchalet.com/images/emails/15Feb25/dalvey_barometer.jpg http://www.penchalet.com/images/emails/15Feb25/dalvey_grand_sedan_clock.jpg http://www.penchalet.com/images/emails/15Feb25/dalvey_explorer_compass.jpg http://www.penchalet.com/images/emails/15Feb25/dalvey_voyager_compass.jpg
I recently brought the clock back to life in my Murex Quartz. Fundamental problem was missing battery contacts, which I replaced with improvised parts. The LCD looks a bit suspicious, but it is working for now. LCD artifacts are mostly hidden under the face frame. Currently monitoring to see if it lasts. First step it to remove the clock unit from the cap. - This assumes that the inside of the cap is clean. - There are no retainers to remove - Unscrew the battery cover and remove the battery. - Stand the cap on end on a firm surface, battery end up. - With the eraser on a sta