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Pen Chalet just got some new Pelikan ballpoint pens in and we are selling them at 50% Off retail:

 

 

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Pelikan Souveran 320 Collection Ballpoint Pen

  • Black barrel and ruby red cap with gold colored accents.
  • Twist action ballpoint pen.
  • Retail: $285.00
  • Sale: $142.50

 

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Pelikan K800 Blue O' Blue Ballpoint Pen

  • Blue marble cap and barrel with gold colored accents
  • Twist action ballpoint pen
  • Retail: $300.00
  • Sale: $150.00
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  • 3 weeks later...

That's a pretty good price on a new K800.

 

But why no K400;s? The K200/300's are a bit too small, and the K800's are way too top heavy.

 

Whoops - I guess I answered my own question...

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