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So I've come across the Parker Desk pen and I cannot identify it. At first I thought it was a Duofold, but I couldn't find it written any where. The nib threw me off because I found "VACUMATIC" inscribed on the nib. Does anyone know what this pen is, it's driving me crazy! Pictures
Good evening ladies and gentlemen. Thank you for coming. At 82 dollars, this was the most expensive pen I've ever bought in my whole life. I have never had any pen write as well as this one either. Today was a super special day for me. it was my first day of school at this new place. Well i clipped it onto the little loop on the back of my tie. Of course it somehow became unscrewed, and fell... I'm convinced that if I try to fix it on my own, I WILL get it to write again. I might even get it back to normal, but I really doubt it. If I go that route, it probably won't write anywhere near as well as it used to... I've "repaired," nibs before, but it was minor misalignment on "crappy pens,"buy NOTHING LIKE THIS(by the way they were not crappy pens at all but they were definitely what most people would consider them to be). furthermore this is an extremely special pen to me... I think it is the nicest pen I have ever had in my whole life BY A LOT. I'm never going to get rid of it, so I'd like to fix the nib it came with and not simply go and replace it with a spare one. I'm not particularly excited to fix it on my own, because I understand that this exercise of repairing my nib is going to exceed my level of skill end expertise by several orders of magnitude. my questions are: am I correct in assuming that this is repairable? how much do you think this is going to cost if I don't do it myself? Do you know anybody who strives for excellence that also happens to repair nibs? I hope you're having a great day so far! as it turns out my day was fantastic except for the part where I ruined my beloved pen' nib. Thank you very much for your time and for your input = ) I am going to be a genuine idiot if I ever use my tie to hold another fountain pen again for the rest of my life.