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Ranga Pens-Christmas & New Year'15 Offer Sales & Introducing New Giant Bamboo And Tiny Bamboo Models


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Dear FPN'ers,

Happy Thanks Giving Day

We are running Big Festival discount sales for the next 2 weeks (till 14'Dec'14) for Christmas and New Year '15 festival.

This is the Perfect chance for our customers to buy the pens at discount prices for personal use and Festival Gifting.to your beloved friends. My email id is mpkandan@yahoo.co.in

OFFER Details are given below:


1. 15% Discount for all Indian Ebonite Pens (OR) 25% Worth Wality, Fellowship, Hero pens as Free

2. 20% Discount for purchase over 100$ (OR) 30% Worth Wality, Fellowship, Hero pens as Free

3. 25% Discount for Purchase over 250$ (OR) 35% Worth Wality, Fellowship, Hero pens as Free

4. 30% Discount Sales for Ratnam and Guider Pens.

Note: Disount is applicable for all Indian Ebonite Fountain pens, Ball Pens, Roller Ball pens, German nib pens.

Discount is not applicable for Premium ebonite and Acrylic pens.

All the Payments for offer sales needs to be sent to my paypal id mpkandan@gmail.com

Note for Free Pens: I have attached the 16 Free pen Pictures. We will send the available colours.

You can choose the Models that you need for Free pens according to the Discount that you are eligible and the cost of Free pens.

These Free Pen Lot is also available for sale . The cost for these 16 pen lot is 99$ (45% Discount from 179$ for 16 pens).

These are all real value for hard earned money

The Models are here below

1. Wality 69 Ebonite Eyedropper pens (20$) 2. Wality 69 Colour Acrylic Eyedropper Pen (16$) 3. Wality 52 Piston Filler (16$)

4. Wality Piston Filler with Metal cap (16$) 5. Wality 71J Roller Ball Pen with Black Schmidt Refill (16$) 6. Wality 69 T Clear Acrylic Eydropper Pen (9$)

7. Wality 69TS Clear Acrylic Eydropper Pen (8$) 8. Wality 71J Eyedropper Pen (12$) 9. Wality 58SL Eyedropper Pen( 8$) 10. Wality 70T Clear Acrylic Eydropper Pen (8$)

11. Fellowship Clear Demsontrator Eyedropper Pen (7$) 12. Fellowship 85G Matt Finish Eyedropper Pen (7$) 13. Fellowship Black Bird Eyedropper Pen (7$)

14. Fellowship Black Bird with Metal cap Eyedropper Pen (7$) 15. Oliver 360 Degree Pen Aerometric Filler (12$) 16. Hero 360 Degree Pen Aerometric Filler (10$)



New Models ("GIANT RANGA BAMBOO PEN" and "TINY BAMBOO PENS") , New Colours (Olive With ROSE Ripple -WATERMAN COLOUR)

New Nibs : Jowo 2 toned Extra Fine Screw in Nib unit, Jowo 2 toned Calligraphy 1.5 Screw in nib unit is available now



These Pens are 18.75mm or 17mm Dia. The Capped Length is 7 inches. These pens are very unique pens in the world and not available anywhere.

This is available in new Olive and Rose Ripple (Waterman colour) also.

It is available with Jowo Screw in nib and Schmidt K5 Converter(107.99$ ) or as Eyedroppers (69.99$)



This is the perfect choice for the pen lovers who prefers thin pens and likes Bamboo designs.

These Pens are 14mm Dia . The Capped Length is 5.75 inches.

It is available with Jowo Screw in nib and Schmidt K5 Converter(82.99$ ) or as Eyedroppers (44.99$)

RANGA GIANT BAMBOO PICTURES (GERMAN NIB Configuration & Eyedropper Model):



http://i1189.photobucket.com/albums/z437/mpkandan/Bamboo%20Large%20-%2028-Nov-14/DSC03736-11_zps7a0099b8.jpgRANGA THIN BAMBOO MODEL (GERMAN NIB CONFIGURATION & EYEDROPPER MODEL):


http://i1189.photobucket.com/albums/z437/mpkandan/Bamboo%2014mmSmall%20Pens%20-29-Nov-14/DSC03789-11_zps22d4ab23.jpghttp://i1189.photobucket.com/albums/z437/mpkandan/Bamboo%2014mmSmall%20Pens%20-29-Nov-14/DSC03822-11_zps7993d1a7.jpghttp://i1189.photobucket.com/albums/z437/mpkandan/Bamboo%2014mmSmall%20Pens%20-29-Nov-14/DSC03792-11_zps2fff4fb5.jpgFREE PENS LOT( WALITY, FELLOWSHIP,OLIVER, HERO PENS)


http://i1189.photobucket.com/albums/z437/mpkandan/Bamboo%2014mmSmall%20Pens%20-29-Nov-14/DSC03873-11_zps0f7d86ca.jpghttp://i1189.photobucket.com/albums/z437/mpkandan/Bamboo%2014mmSmall%20Pens%20-29-Nov-14/DSC03883-11_zps14529e6d.jpgThanks for Visiting,


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