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2014 Edison Limited Edition Group Buy Is Here!


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Hi Everyone.

The 2014 Group Buy has been announced.
I'll link the video below, but understand that there is some logistical information not covered within.
If you are interested, make sure to visit this link for complete details....



Brian at Edison





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As mentioned on the previous thread... I'm paid up and with my early entry, I am hoping for another single digit LEE #, if you're paying attention Brian. :-) Love the Cumberland.


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It's strange to me, I was immediately drawn to the wine acrylic, NOT the ebonite, but everyone seems to prefer the ebonite...

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It's strange to me, I was immediately drawn to the wine acrylic, NOT the ebonite, but everyone seems to prefer the ebonite...

Not everyone, still waffling before pulling the trigger.


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They are both stunning.

Luckily for me I'm having difficulty getting into the site right now. I really shouldn't.....

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Aaaaaaannnnnnndddddd I'm in.

Truly beautiful pieces of art.

Just let us know when we can buy an upgraded nib.

Thanks in advance.

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Thank you.

I was just looking at some of the repair images on your site and I must say you truly do have a gift for this.

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Afer a brutal week of waiting and debating and uncertainty, I have finally decided to go for the ebonite! Buying tonight! I was won over listening to the old "Geek of the Week" interview and being real won over by how much thought is put into Edison pens and the amazing customer service :)

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So, now that the time is up, would it be rude to ask how many of each type will be produced? Or is that proprietary information for now?


I went for the ebonite version...

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