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My Cross Fountain Pen Self-Dissolved


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I have used this Cross Affinity Opalescent Black Fountain Pen for few years. One day, I unscrewed the cap and it cracked into several parts! I swear i never drop this pen as you can check the body of the pen is still shiny and fresh. I love this pen but it is not a durable pen. I am really disappointed.

This pen is my birthday present from my father and i want to fix it. Does anyone know how to fix it under cheap cost or where can i buy a new cap? :yikes: :yikes:



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My experience with the Cross repair department has been excellent. I'll bet they will help you.

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I've had that happen a couple of times, but with very old celluloid pens. One disintegrated while a very respected nibmeister was trying to repair it. I still have the bits around here somewhere.

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No response from Cross Customer Service. I plan to repair the cap by 3D printing. What do you think about this method?

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