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  1. Theroc

    Visconti Pens on Sale

    Several online luxury watch retailers are offering Visconti pens on sale. Most notably JomaShop and WorldofWatches. The embedded links send you directly to the relevant search results. Caveat: nib material is not specified and its probably steel or chromium in some cases. No affiliation whatsoever.
  2. The limited edition Ensso Piuma Pocket, machined from Ultem, aka PEI, is on sale at 20% off with coupon code ULTEM. With free shipping in the USA.
  3. The Nautilus Bronze Corydoras and Cephalpod Black with the 14kt Gold Nib option are on sale direct from Nahvalur for $195 each. That is excellent value, no matter how you look at it. No affiliation whatsoever.
  4. PensandPencilsDotNet

    Lamy Safari Fountain Pen Sale

    https://www.pensandpencils.net/products/lamy-safari-terra-fountain-pen-fine-041 https://www.pensandpencils.net/products/lamy-safari-terra-fountain-pen-medium-041 https://www.pensandpencils.net/products/lamy-safari-savannah-green-fountain-pen-fine-041 https://www.pensandpencils.net/products/lamy-safari-savannah-green-fountain-pen-medium-041
  5. Handmade Leather Pen Case Details: Italian shoe-leather Redwood insertion Python leather decoration Magnet lock Pen acceptable dimensions: 160*14/14 *16/16mm 100% handmade underlined
  6. Susanna

    Sheaffer close-out

    I'm selling out some old colors of Sheaffer Taranis, Sagaris and Series 100. First come first served, very few pieces each.
  7. Lamy Safari Mint Fountain Pen with 6 Free Black Ink Cartridges Only $24.95 https://www.pensandpencils.net/products/lamy-safari-mint-fountain-pen-fine?_pos=1&_sid=cffd20e53&_ss=r
  8. John Lewis is having a "home dept" sale this week. It includes pens, paper and stationery (but not Montblanc) - and items already on sale. If anyone is planning on doing NaNoWriMo in November, the PaperBlanks Flexis maxi journals can accommodate 50,000 plus words and are FP friendly. They're also easier to lug around than their hard backed equivalents.
  9. Pens and Pencils . Net has the Lamy Safari Pastel Blue Fountain Pen for $20 https://www.pensandpencils.net/products/lamy-safari-se-pastel-blue-macaron-fountain-pen-medium?_pos=1&_sid=d5f923bca&_ss=r
  10. A fellow hobbyist (thank you very much, Chaos-incarnate!) gave me the heads-up early this morning, and then I also got the email from LarryPOST: Use LARRYFANS20 at Checkout for 20% off nearly everything to 20 June 2019 or while stocks last. Excludes TWSBI, SAILOR, special orders. 02 8668 4247 Not really shopping for any of these myself, but these appear to be good deals, at least for Australian shoppers with free delivery to boot: Item 'Ticket price' before discount Effective price after discount Gift set of Pilot Falcon with metal barrel (and SEF, SF or SM nib) and three 15ml bottles of Iroshizuku (shin-kai, take-sumi and yama-budo) ink A$295.00 A$236.00 (Standalone) Pilot Falcon with metal barrel (and SEF, SF or SM nib), in various colours A$269.95 A$215.96 Three-pack of 100 sheets of Tomoe River 52gsm A4 white paperA$59.95 (⋍$20 per 100 sheets) A$47.96 (⋍$16 per 100 sheets) Disclaimer: I have no other relationship with LarryPOST, its owner(s) and/or staff, other than having bought from them before and was happy enough with the service and outcome.
  11. Sakura FP Gallery

    Visconti Spring Sale !

    VISCONTI SPRING SALE ! https://www.sakurafountainpengallery.com/en/boutique/sale-visconti-schrijfwaren
  12. PenChalet

    Nemosine Fountain Pens On Sale

    We have discounted the Nemosine Singularity fountain pens while supplies last. These pens retail for $24.99 and are on sale for $9.99. Great starter pens, available in an assortment of great colors.
  13. PenChalet

    Fountain Pen Day!

    This Friday, November 2nd is Fountain Pen Day and we are celebrating with a giveaway and a sale! Enter to win 1 of 10 great prizes now: https://www.penchalet.com/fountain_pen_day.aspx Visit penchalet.com this Friday for Fountain Pen Day for great deals on pens, inks and more...
  14. Save half of the Monteverde Mountains of the World in either fountain or ballpoint pens. Choose from 4 colors. Monteverde Mountains of the World Ballpoint PensRetail: $65.00Sale: $32.50 Monteverde Mountains of the World Fountain Pens Retail: $85.00Sale: $42.50
  15. This weekend save 50% the Monteverde Impressa in Blue. Choose from fountain, roller or ballpoint Monteverde Impressa Ballpoint PensRetail: $40.00Sale: $20.00 Monteverde Impressa Rollerball PensRetail: $45.00Sale: $22.50 Monteverde Impressa Fountain PensRetail: $55.00Sale: $27.50
  16. For a limited time the Online Vision Magic fountain pens are only $29.99 each. Choose from 5 great vibrant colors, each with black trim and a matching black stainless steel nib. https://www.penchalet.com/fine_pens/fountain_pens/online_vision_magic_fountain_pen.html
  17. PenChalet

    50% Off Monteverde Rodeo Pens

    Save 50% Off the Monteverde Rodeo pens this weekend. All colors, ballpoint or fountain pen. Monteverde Rodeo Drive Ballpoint PensRetail: $75.00Sale: $37.50 Monteverde Rodeo Drive Fountain PensRetail: $85.00Sale: $42.50
  18. PenChalet

    50% Off Conklin Victory Pens

    Save 50% Off the Conklin Victory pens this weekend. Conklin Victory Ballpoint PensRetail: $40.00Sale: $20.00 Conklin Victory Fountain PensRetail: $50.00Sale: $25.00
  19. While supplies last we have discounted the Visconti Rembrandt. Choose from either the Special Ops ballpoint or Silver Shadow fountain pen: Visconti Rembrandt Ballpoint PensRetail: $165.00Sale: $99.00 Visconti Rembrandt Fountain PensRetail: $175.00Sale: $122.50
  20. This Sunday 2nd September 10AM to 4PM Village Hotel - Newcastle Upon TyneAddress:10 The Silverlink N,West Allotment,Newcastle upon TyneNE27 0BYPhone: 0191 338 5245 www.newcastlepenshow.co.uk
  21. Greetings: I made the mistake of going into a new Michaels in Bedford, Nova Scotia. Wandering past the discounted/clearance section I came across some pads. The brand is Kelly Creates. I purchased four dotted pads of 100 pages figuring if it's lousy paper, I can still use it for non-fp writing/notes. The paper is wonderful. I used my second wettest pen and had no bleedthrough and no feathering. The paper is very smooth and came in dotted or plain for less than $3.50 cdn a pad. That would have been a nice price for mediocre paper, but this stuff is as good as my Rhodia pad.
  22. We are running a special right now on this sleek Davidoff Velero fountain pen at over 50% off! Check out our website below for more details! https://www.truphaeinc.com/products/davidoff-velero-metal-body-black-palladium-trim-fountain-pen-18k-m-nib-1?variant=44903983442
  23. Hello, all! We just wrote out some thoughts on the new Visconti Vertigo fountain pens. We would love to help you out and help make one of these your own! Let us know your feedback, or if you have any questions! Visconti Vertigo Fountain Pens Visconti: A Modern Classic Brands from the 1980s usually have a certain stigma attached to them: dated, maybe a little flashy or excessive, and certainly possessing a very distinctive appeal. These companies also typically lack the experience of having decades worth of trial and error to perfect their craft. Yet somehow, Visconti has escaped all these characteristics to become one of the most beloved luxury fountain pen brands in the world. Born out of Florence, Italy, Visconti quickly soaked up the neighboring fashion and luxury scene all around it. Coming from the minds of two true pen lovers, it’s no wonder that each Visconti pen today feels both luxurious and expertly crafted. The creativity in these pens is certainly hard to deny. Unique materials such as volcanic lava and unidirectional carbon are just a few of the concepts that they have experimented with, not to mention new design techniques such as double reservoir fillers and cap lock systems. And if you’re into handcrafted pieces, Visconti also prides itself in hand-painted pens, handmade filigrees, and other extremely unique designs. All these characteristics make Visconti a leader in the modern fountain pen world. As I write this article, however, I do know that there is a bit of an elephant in the room when it comes to Visconti. There have been some concerns in the past about the quality control of Visconti pens – fountain pens in particular. Fear no more, my friends! The brand is taking specific steps to ensure that each pen is of impeccable build. We will address a few of those steps in this story, as well as the ones to follow. Why We Fell for the Vertigo The pure aesthetics of this pen make it one of our absolute favorite releases from 2018. Even for those who are not pen lovers (they’ll come around eventually, right?), the user must admit that this is a beautiful pen. According to Visconti, the special manufacturing of the cap and the body creates reflective plane surfaces which run one after the other, causing a continuous change of points of view. Each change in perspective almost leads to a sense of vertigo – and we agree! One of the extremely unique design features in the Vertigo is the steel nib with the gold overlay. The overlay is definitely a surprise and something new for Visconti, and is a fantastic complement to an already gorgeous nib! It’s reminiscent of the popular Delta Fusion pens from a few years back. The nibs have been the main source of frustration for some fountain pen users; however, Visconti USA is working feverishly to address this concern, and the results are immediately apparent. We played around with these pens, and were pleasantly surprised that there were no hard starts, and it never skipped a beat! The new nib is called the "Precision Touch" - keeping with the Dreamtouch and SmartTouch nib names. It writes very precisely! The gold overlay also provides added stability to the nib, so it practically eliminates any risk of railroading. For the first time in Visconti’s history, this pen also combines the convenience of the magnetic lock with a recall system indexed between the body and the cap, designed to keep in line the eight alternating facets in the pen’s shape, making the design even more unique. This helps to prevent any annoying rattling sounds when the pen is capped. This gives it a tight and sturdy feel in the hand. The palladium-trimmed Vertigo is in the same shape as the fan favorite Opera Master, but is a little smaller – you may recall the Opera Club model pens from a few years back. Plus, this pen does not constrain you by having only ink cartridges to choose from – it also comes with a converter to allow you to use ink from the bottle! We paired the blue Vertigo with the S.T. Dupont Spring Green! The colors of the pens themselves, however, may be our favorite feature. The blue stands out as our favorite – the stunning blue lines that shoot through the black like an electric current are almost literally striking when it’s used for writing! The pen also comes in orange (a dark amber color with an even amount of black), purple (another electrifying color that shimmers with each turn), and of course an ever-classy solid black. Now Available from Truphae We are proud to partner with Visconti to offer these magnificent writing instruments. To order or for more information, feel free to check out our website in our signature below!
  24. PenChalet

    Discounted Visconti Fountain Pens

    We have reduced the prices on the following Visconti fountain pens while they last: Visconti Medici Fountain Pens Retail: $950.00Sale: $699.00 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Visconti Chiantishire Fountain Pens Retail: $1,095.00Sale: $799.00
  25. I have decided to sell a bunch of cheap pens I own as a lot, but since this is the first time I sell pens, I would like some advice on the best way to do it. 1) My first question is about where I should sell them. They are almost all cheap chinese and indian pens. I was thinking about selling them as a lot on ebay. What do you guys think? There is a total of 18 pens. 2) My second question is how to price them. Like I said they are all cheap - I didn't pay more than $10 for any of them, although some seem to have gone up in price since then (new). All of them are used, but none of them are severely worn, which leads me to think there wouldn't be that much of a difference in price. What I did to have an idea of how to charge for each one was to compare the price I paid, the current price of a new one and list as asking price the average between both values. The problem with this approach is that it summed up to $147.00, which seems like an awful lot for a bunch of cheap pens. Any ideas on how I could price them more adequately? Here's a link with a spreadsheet where I included all of them, in case you have any suggestions: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1iePsfdk9Kdlc_D7cLbbZJ3cE1xF8yRtQeb5UVlfZExQ/edit?usp=sharing

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