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Today I am using "Abhay Pen Agencies " made ACRYLIC TANISHQ (eyedropper)..

 

I came to know about them browsing through FPN . They make a lot of different ebonite and acrylic pens and

some mixed one too .. This is a pure acrylic pen . A pocket size pen ,it post nicely and well balanced, posted

is my preferred writing style with this pen.. I got two of them in different colors..

 

The pen :- ABHAY PEN AGENCIES ACRYLIC TANISHQ EYEDROPPER

 

http://i.imgur.com/u1JRvL8.jpg

 

A bit of writing sample

 

http://i.imgur.com/vmf6Mjt.jpg

 

closer look at the pen

http://i.imgur.com/M9NDJUV.jpg

 

A BRIEF REVIEW

 

http://i.imgur.com/b4PU5WS.jpg

 

NIB - MOHI BRANDED NIB WRITES MEDIUM FINE

http://i.imgur.com/ioOd3vf.jpg

 

CAP - ACRYLIC CAP WITH A STRONG CLIP IN CHROME FINISH

http://i.imgur.com/XBMW0tA.jpg

 

SIZE COMPARSION WITH ASA ATHLETE UNPOSTED AND POSTED

 

UNPOSTED

 

http://i.imgur.com/7fh2EHy.jpg

 

POSTED

http://i.imgur.com/dJBzVIh.jpg

 

 

ANOTHER COLOUR

http://i.imgur.com/4e2LLpH.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/ueVjxZi.jpg

 

 

BOTH TOGETHER

 

http://i.imgur.com/5W5JewH.jpg

 

These are nice smooth writing pocket pens and they are cheap too ..

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Nice pen looks great. How can you get it? Do they have online stores?

There's no such thing as perfect writing, just like there's no such thing as perfect despair : Haruki Murakami

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Nice pen looks great. How can you get it? Do they have online stores?

No they do not have online store ,however they ship to whole India via Indian post speed post service .. You can contact them via WhatsApp at Anant Pathak 9225328858

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No they do not have online store ,however they ship to whole India via Indian post speed post service .. You can contact them via WhatsApp at Anant Pathak 9225328858

Thank you very much

There's no such thing as perfect writing, just like there's no such thing as perfect despair : Haruki Murakami

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No they do not have online store ,however they ship to whole India via Indian post speed post service .. You can contact them via WhatsApp at Anant Pathak 9225328858

Price?

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Price?

300 for each of the pens shown above excluding shipping..

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Nice pens , congrats

Enjoying seven models from Abhay pens

Thanks for review

Baaz

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Nice pens , congrats

Enjoying seven models from Abhay pens

Thanks for review

Baaz

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300 for each of the pens shown above excluding shipping..

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BTW, great handwriting doctor !

Lol , I try my best to stop people bad-mouthing about doctors handwriting ;-)

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Very well said !

BTW , u can try other ebonite models also

Totally value for money

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Very well said !

BTW , u can try other ebonite models also

Totally value for money

I will , I will eventually :)

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This pen looks remarkably similar to the Noodler's Konrad in the color known as Rattlesnake Adrenaline. The differences are that the Konrad is a piston filler with an ink window and, of course, the Noodler's #6 flex nib. It makes me wonder if they share a common manufacturer for the caps and barrels, or at least the same acrylic stock.

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This pen looks remarkably similar to the Noodler's Konrad in the color known as Rattlesnake Adrenaline. The differences are that the Konrad is a piston filler with an ink window and, of course, the Noodler's #6 flex nib. It makes me wonder if they share a common manufacturer for the caps and barrels, or at least the same acrylic stock.

No idea never used any noodlers as it's not available in Indian market .. These pens are manufacturered by a small Indian company I don't think they source the acrylic from same as nooderlers ..

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I've read that Noodler's gets at least some of their pen components from India, perhaps caps, barrels etc. I don't know how many different companies make the blank acrylic rods, perhaps not very many, so it could be the same material. Very pretty, anyway (I have one!) Noodler's also has a green-and-yellow acrylic.

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Congratulations for the new pens

Enjoy writing with them

Looking forward for more beautiful reviews from your end

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Congratulations for the new pens

Enjoy writing with them

Looking forward for more beautiful reviews from your end

Thank you.. I would try my best :)

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Thank You very much Dr.Soumya, with your help I bought a few as well please find attached pictures.

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Thank You very much Dr.Soumya, with your help I bought a few as well please find attached pictures.

Sanjay Dada i like the Pink white swirl one a lot...

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