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Z bought me a Pilot Parallel Pen with a 1.5mm nib and a con-50 converter to try it out. It works pretty well, but neither of us really likes it, and so, gentle reader, our loss is your gain :-).

 

If you live in the Continental United States (or you live on the Big Island of Hawaii, and are willing to wait for us to hand-deliver it to you when we visit in February), and desire a chance at trying one of these pens, now is your big chance.

 

The lucky winner of this PIF will receive one (1) clean, barely used (one day, then converter and pen were emptied and thoroughly cleaned) Pilot Parallel Pen in 1.5mm "Red" (although this is a very Orange looking Red). Comes complete in its box, with instruction sheet, nib cleaning film, feed cleaning pipette, red and black ink cartridges, and as a special bonus a Pilot CON-50 Converter (inside the pen as the box has no special compartment for a conerter).

 

To enter, simply respond to this thread, and your name will be entered to win. Next Saturday (The 30th of January 2016) at about noon Pacific Standard Time all of the names will be input into our specialised randomiser (or hat) and one lucky winner will be drawn. After we get your address the pen will be delivered by our special courier service (USPS) at no additional charge.

 

Good luck,

Irish & Zwack

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Sad that you didn't like it : (

 

Thank you for the chance to give it a new home : )

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I've wanted to try a 1.5mm stub, please enter me.

 

Thanks so much for your generosity.

 

 

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I've always liked broad nibs. I've heard good reports re. the pilot parallel and would love to try one..... hope to win it... thanks

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Hi Guys :-);

 

We spent the day at the Rose City Classic Dog Show in Portland. What fun! And how fantastic to come home and see the respose to our PIF. If you live in the Continental U.S., you're entered! If we're not sure, Zwack will PM you to double check where you live.

 

As much as we'd love to be able to offer this to a worldwide audience, we know from experience that shipping is simply too prohibitive to other countries, so we have to limit this PIF to the ConUS, only. I'm sorry if this causes undue disappointment.

 

Thanks for your interest, and please keep your entries coming!

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Please enter my name in your randomizing chapeau. A very appreciated offer and opportunity. Thank you! If I am the lucky winner, just point that 1.5 nib eastbound on I-84.

 

Regards,

 

Dick

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I've been interested in the Pilot Parallel pens for a while as well, I would like to be included in this PIF too. Thanks for the excellent PIF and for the opportunity.

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I've only braved up to a 1.1 stub nib - I'd love to try the big(er) 1.5! Even better if I could say "this was the pen I actually won in a random drawing!"

 

Thank for the chance at a great PIF!

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Good luck to everyone :-). We have until Saturday noon. If you haven't put your name in the hat, this is a good time to do it!

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