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mehandiratta

Hello Fellow FPN users

 

I want to know where can i buy Kaweco & TWSBI pens in India, especially in Delhi or Mumbai....??

Any help will be really appreciated....?

vaibhav mehandiratta

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You can find some Monteverde pens at Oxford book store- but better call and ask before visiting a particular store. No idea about Kaweco and Twsbi.

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You can find some Monteverde pens at Oxford book store- but better call and ask before visiting a particular store. No idea about Kaweco and Twsbi.

thank you

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twsbi available at shukla pen mart fort mumbai

 

check out the popular websites ebay flipkart etc

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Pilot custom heritage 74 all nibs, 742 Fa and PO nibs, 823 F 92 F,M, 3776 FM,EF,1911F

And all indian pens

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Hi

 

You can get TWSBI and Monteverde at Manoj Pen mart at Fort, Mumbai. Also check out www.pensavenue.com for TWSBI pens in case you haven't yet.

 

Personally, I think the prices are slightly on the higher side compared to international street prices, but considering the convenience, I think it is acceptable. But YMMV.

 

No affiliation with either of the merchants, just have purchased from them and happy with the service.

 

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For online purchase Pensavenue is good. Though i purchase only inks from it.

 

At one time i wanted to buy FPs like Kaweco & Twsbi & Monteverde. However my "resesrch" led to finding that Twsbi nibs are supplied by Jowo and and Monteverde models are sourced from China and only rebranded. Besides if u read the reviews of monteverde on amazon.com they are not particularly encouraging. In comparison to Monteverdi the Oliver F27 looks much promising

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For online purchase Pensavenue is good. Though i purchase only inks from it.

 

At one time i wanted to buy FPs like Kaweco & Twsbi & Monteverde. However my "resesrch" led to finding that Twsbi nibs are supplied by Jowo and and Monteverde models are sourced from China and only rebranded. Besides if u read the reviews of monteverde on amazon.com they are not particularly encouraging. In comparison to Monteverdi the Oliver F27 looks much promising

thanks for guidance...

i have just procured one oliver f 27 from mr. subramaniam.. however i am still in awe of kaweco lilliput....

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well i got a few kaweco sports from flipkart before it got out of stock.

 

you can also check out the website for twsbi pens

thewritingdesk.co.uk

 

thay have very good reputation here in fpn

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Hi,

Try makoba.com and call them They have some pens not listed in the catalogue. Monteverde is also available at Deccan Pen House in Hyderabad.

 

Vijay

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Just rcvd the massage form a guy named Anuj Poddar when i sent a mail to kaweco people and following is the conversation

 

"Dear Vaibhav:

 

I am pleased to inform you that we have only recently taken on the distribution of all KAWECO products in India.

We shall be bringing in our first shipment of product some time in March 2015 and at the time the pens and accessories will be available at leading stores in India.

In the meantime, should you require further information, do feel free to contact me.

Sincerely,

Anuj Poddar

AMBALIKA COMMERCE PVT LTD

7C MIDDLETON STREET

KOLKATA 700 071

WEST BENGAL, INDIA "

 

 

Hoping they come up with good prices...

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For Kaweco - Try Penz Solutions NCR. They were the earlier distributors and might have some left. Negotiate for a 10-15% discount.

For Monteverde - Livtek India(http://www.livtekindia.com) are the distributors. Negotiate for a 30% discount on all monteverde items.

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Even sales.. Will be like what maximum 50 % off... Then also the prices will be just equal to international mrp

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The pensavenue sale is on. On TWSBI only 25 % off.

that's the max i have seen them give on twsbi in the past too

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Just rcvd the massage form a guy named Anuj Poddar when i sent a mail to kaweco people and following is the conversation

 

"Dear Vaibhav:

 

I am pleased to inform you that we have only recently taken on the distribution of all KAWECO products in India.

We shall be bringing in our first shipment of product some time in March 2015 and at the time the pens and accessories will be available at leading stores in India.

In the meantime, should you require further information, do feel free to contact me.

Sincerely,

Anuj Poddar

AMBALIKA COMMERCE PVT LTD

7C MIDDLETON STREET

KOLKATA 700 071

WEST BENGAL, INDIA "

 

 

Hoping they come up with good prices...

Mr.Poddar's online shop http://www.kaweco-pen.in/ is open since last couple of weeks.

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And the choice of colours and nibs are limited too.

i ordered from fontoplumo.nl and it still worked out to be much cheaper after paying shipping....

kaweco sport just costed me around only 970 bucks...

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