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I like my new ranga ebonite fountain pen,l usually use this for Chinese character written.

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I like my new ranga ebonite fountain pen,l usually use this for Chinese character written.

Great Pictures. Thanks a lot Sir.

 

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Kandan.M.P

Ranga Pen Company

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I love the look of these pens and have been thinking about buying one from a different site. I would love to buy direct from the company so this is nice. I was looking on peyton street pens and *think* I have an idea of what the different models look like? Is there somewhere where I can compare them easier? Maybe side by side pictures or a post that shows the different models and not just the color options. I also have small hands and it seems from the previous comments you can make some adjustments. If that is true I most certainly will be buying one -more if I can get the funds together - can you help me out with comparisons?

 

Thank you! This is exciting,

 

Josh

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There is a mega group buy going on right now, you might want to join. There are pictures - quite a few of them - that showcase the five different models on offer. And yes, you can indicate customizations you need.

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