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Hi Everyone

 

I'm delighted to announce that JustWrite is now offering a range of Indian Made Fountain Pens in Australia.

We have Ranga Ebonite Cruisers and Duofolds, Wality, Camlin, and Reynolds fountain pens at what we hope are competitive prices and we will be adding more Indian pens over the next few months.

These are all eyedropper pens and we have syringe kits for filling and silicone grease for sealing the threads.

We charge a flat delivery fee of $5.00 per order regardless of size to anywhere in Australia.

 

Kind regards ... Kevin Watson

 

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Kevin Watson
Blackstone Ink :: JustWrite Pen Company, Australia
Website: www.justwrite.com.au www.blackstone.inkEmail: info@justwrite.com.au

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Can you tell me which cartridges or converter fit the Reynolds Ink Pen? I bought some expecting it to be the standard size but it's just a tiny hole. Thanks.

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The Reynolds Ink Pen is an eyedropper pen. Eyedropper pens are the original and simplest type of fountain pens. They have no internal filling mechanism and do not need ink cartridges or convertors. The barrel of the pen acts as the ink reservoir and you simply fill them with an eyedropper or syringe.

Kevin Watson
Blackstone Ink :: JustWrite Pen Company, Australia
Website: www.justwrite.com.au www.blackstone.inkEmail: info@justwrite.com.au

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That's great! Thanks.

(I had been misled elsewhere by reading it was c/c type)

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