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Hello fellow FPN'ers


It seems like the Indian online shopping site www.flipkart.com is selling Kaweco Sport Classics and what they have listed as the ICE variant (looks like a transparent demonstrator). They seem to have a lot of other Fountain Pens on sale too.


The reason I'm posting this topic is because I have been trying to get my hands on a Kaweco Sport for a while now and was completely oblivious to this service Flipkart was providing. Do anyone of you have any experience buying pens off Flipkart?? Would you'll advise that I go ahead with the buy?


Looking for your opinions. :)


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Yes, I've purchased Kaweco Sport pens from them. Their service is usually rather prompt. My only gripe with them is that their interface makes it a little difficult to choose the right pen with the right nib size. You click at a listing and read the description to know the nib size. You'll need to click various listings till you find the right nib size that you're looking for.

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^^ What Soum said.

True bliss: knowing that the guy next to you is suffering more than you are.

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I don't know anything about Flipkart, but I have bought a Kaweco Ice from JetPens - 23.50 US. http://www.jetpens.com/Fountain-Pens/ct/214?ip=24&f=c2311f633954df09

They have great service and they are fast.

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I had placed an order for the Ice, but cancelled it once I found out about the Lamy stores in Mumbai.
The customer service would be easier here, and it would also be easier to get certain parts for the pen (The converter for example)

Also, if the nib isn't smooth, there isn't really anything you can do.. Whereas Lamy would change it for you.

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