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ASA – Galactic Jumbo Demonstrator

ASA – Galactic was my first demonstrator. I never liked the demonstrators but i decided to go ahead with the purchase and amazingly I was the first one to buy this. Following is my review of the pen.

Design & Build:

My first demonstrator is a jumbo sized pen which has a fogged finish. The pen looks like what it is named “Galactic”

The real beauty comes out when you ink up this pen. Aaaaah so beautiful. I have suddenly started liking the demonstrators. The pen is beautifully engraved with company logo on the barrel and also my name is engraved on the cap (Special thanks to Mr. Subramaniam). Made out of acrylic the barrel is in fog finish with crystal clear bottom and screw in crystal top at the cap.

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Filled with ink.

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Uncapped Pen with my Name engraved on Cap

The grip section is again made of acrylic resin and i love the way the it shows ink spread out unevenly. It has a big nib which complements the pen perfectly.

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Clear Crystal Top and Bottom

Built wise i believe it needs certain care as this is a acrylic pen.

For further details and handwritten samples and review please click ASA GALACTIC

vaibhav mehandiratta

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Vaibhav,

 

Good review, beautiful pictures, beautiful handwriting!!!. I got one with the stock nib after reading the review on your blog some time back. As you've described I've found the stock nib to be quite good and puts down a wet fine line.

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Vaibhav,

 

Good review, beautiful pictures, beautiful handwriting!!!. I got one with the stock nib after reading the review on your blog some time back. As you've described I've found the stock nib to be quite good and puts down a wet fine line.

actually i stand corrected .... mine was ambitious nib which was towards fine medium....it was not a stock nib... apologies...

vaibhav mehandiratta

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