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Does anyone remember Wing sung fountain pens,I used them in school and still have fond memories.The pen had a very unique design with nib covering 360 degree.I tried finding them with no success can you guys help me?

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Hundreds available on ebay.com as cheap as $2. Just bought 4.

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I bought a Wing Sung 234 (with similar nib) a few years ago for very little on eBay. Good writer.

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I could not find the mentioned hundreds of pens on eBay.I am specifically looking for wing sung 233.If anyone has a clue where I can find them please help.

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I could not find the mentioned hundreds of pens on eBay.I am specifically looking for wing sung 233.If anyone has a clue where I can find them please help.

I typed the words wing sung into eBay and the first result was a 233

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I typed the words wing sung into eBay and the first result was a 233

Indeed. 233 results for Wing Sung fountain pens and the 233 in maroon is the first result I get under best match.

A lifelong FP user...

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In these FPs there are two varieties - one has fixed converter & other type has detachable converter.

I put my savings to test

Lamy & Pilot FPs the Best

No more I even think of the rest

(Preference Fine and Extra Fine Nibs)

Pen is meant for writing - not for looking :-)

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hi irfan,

 

did you try this?? This seems similar to 233 but is flashier (probably a lil expensive as well)

 

http://www.ebay.in/itm/Vintage-Quality-Goods-Wing-Sung-322-Fountain-Pen-New-in1992-Collectible-Pen-/231372390982?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_203&hash=item35dede8246

 

Also, try getting from china directly...seems like a decent price but might take longer to ship.

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/new-old-stock-VINTAGE-Wing-Sung-233-Fountain-Pen-in-1996-red-Fine-Nib-/111040569617

 

Disclaimer:- i have no association/affiliation to this seller or any related party. This was a quick google result.

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sanyalsoumitra

@ Ifrandoc, most likely you are looking for Wing Sung 233, because that was the most common in our school days. For your information thee are two variants as follows:

a) One with stainless steel cap- the nib is all gold colour.

B) Other with Gold plated aluminum cap- the nib is two tone chrome and gold.

At Kolkata you can get this pen with Calcutta Pen hospital, cost comes rs 250 to 500 depending on condition. I have also found parts with this vendor. Person name Mr. Riyaz Ali.. Phone 98310088650. You can speak to him and place your order, I am sure they can arrange. Good luck.

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suman5492

I am willing to buy this model, looks attractive. But I am getting only the golden-capped ones on eba.in as well as on amazon. Does the golden colour fades away after time passes?

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pls check pensindia.com under fountain pens they have some colors of this - black, red and golden

all for 400

 

I bought one from ebay earlier - but the nib seems too stiff and fine + scratchy

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