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ASA Pens from India seem to have launched a new product, the ASA Swan!

 

Its a smart pocket sized white acrylic pen with a 3-in-1 filler system sporting a Schmidt M Nib available in two variants, a Flat ended option and a rounded one. Seems to be based on their ASA Genius line.

 

Available currently at a limited period introductory price of $31 for International Customers and ₹ 950/- for Indian Customers, quite a good price for a 3-in-1 system pen with a German nib, IMHO.

 

Check out the ASA Swan at http://asapens.in/eshop/asa-swan-3-in-1-filling-fully-handmade-acylic-fountain-pen-india

 

Eagerly awaiting mine! Will post a few pics once i receive mine.

 

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guys i ordered round top... best part is the color... pristine white and small size... bought this one for my wife...

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guys i ordered round top... best part is the color... pristine white and small size... bought this one for my wife...

Post ur pics here

Vi veri veniversum vivus vici

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Good looking (why are there so few white pens???), nicely priced, and with a nib from a decent manufacturer. Too bad it is only available with an M nib - I tend to find western *EF* nibs too wide...

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Out of stock now... hmm...

 

 

Good looking (why are there so few white pens???), nicely priced, and with a nib from a decent manufacturer. Too bad it is only available with an M nib - I tend to find western *EF* nibs too wide...

 

 

Out of stock now, that was quite fast.

 

I guess ASA Pens will introduce the Swan now at their regular price at which point, a choice of Nibs should be available.

When I grow up, I want to be a great lawyer. Until then, I practice. - A.Davis

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I am glad I ordered early :)

 

 

Its all out of stock now....

whole stock sold out... amazing....

 

true that!!!

 

I received mine, its a sweet lil thing.... :wub:

When I grow up, I want to be a great lawyer. Until then, I practice. - A.Davis

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true that!!!

 

I received mine, its a sweet lil thing.... :wub:

Finally it reached me... GORGEOUS.... I am afraid .... my wife will steal from me...

vaibhav mehandiratta

architect & fountain pen connoisseur

 

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I WANT MINE!! - dam this living so far away

I have noticed you quite like Indian pens :P

 

I'm waiting for mine too. I cannot stop imagining how it would feel to write with.

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I like Indian pens they are better quality than Chinese mass market pens but don't cripple my monthly budget, they are also more reliable than my other choice which is vintage pens.

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The Swan is back in stock now, ₹1,200/- for Indian Market & $36 for International. Still seems like quite an attractive price!

 

My ASA Swan...

 

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That's a beautiful hand Vaibhav!

When I grow up, I want to be a great lawyer. Until then, I practice. - A.Davis

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I have been using my swan for a few days now it's a lovely pen, the problem I am running into now I have several lovely pens and which one to use :)

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