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Pelikan Retailer In U.s.


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Can anyone recommend an online authorized retailer of Pelikan pens? I'm looking to get my hands on an M400. :)

 

Cheers!

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www.penchalet.com

 

There's a 10% off coupon code I happen to know of too...

 

Edit: Oh, and if it helps any, I've always gotten the more elaborate Pelikan presentation box when ordering from Pen Chalet. Some other places may just give you the white pleather pouch and a cardboard box...shipping is fast too.

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The first Pelikan I purchased was the M800 Brown Tortoise & I chose Fahrneys. It was a phone order & they agreed to send it to Chartpak to have the nib replaced to a BB which was then shipped to me from Chartpak. With the exception of Regina Martini NO OTHER RETAILER has EVER agreed to do this for me. I have argued, begged & pleaded with them to NO avail. One VERY well known & respectable dealer's clerk told me "she wouldn't go to THAT problem but would just use it with the medium nib." I replied that I liked BROAD nibs & her response was "so do I Honey, ALL my pens are Broads!" This was a $600. purchase & she wouldn't budge.

 

For a first time customer I couldn't say enough good things about Fahrneys & also purchased my Yard oLed from them because of their accommodating manner.

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Google Artlite Office Supply in Atlanta.

Baptiste knew how to make a short job long

For love of it. And yet not waste time either.

Robert Frost

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I presume nibs.com is an authorized retailer- they have just everything. I have only done business with them a few times, but everyone there is helpful and knowledgeable, and John's nibs are to die for. If you know what you want he can make your nib do it. They won't send a pen out that hasn't been checked and adjusted if needed.

 

Also, if you're willing to consider not perfectly new, it's worth checking with Rick Propas, at thepenguinpen.com. I bought a 400NN from him, but he often has Pelikans of recentish vintage. He has forgotten more about Pelikan than most people will ever know, and he is absolutely aces - let him know what you want and he can probably get it for you.

 

No affiliation, just an enthusiastic (and satisfied, of course) customer.

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