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Today I've found this on Amazon:




It's a Pilot Heritage 92 for... less than £10 !!!


This isn't real, right?

Has to be a scam...


In any case I ordered 4 pens I always wanted since Amazon is great with refunds.


Any thoughts? should I cancel straight away and not bother?

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Lol! After I checked it was really Amazon, not some phishing site, I ordered one. Far too good to be true, so...


Swiped from the Fukushima blast zone?

Stolen from Pilot's vaults?


let's have some more theories!

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Yeah, totally bizarre! The most probable theory I was able to come up with is that B&M sore got liquidated and someone got a hold of container of pens so he's chucking them at Amazon going for numbers rather than price.

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Why not? If you encountered a box of parts marked OPA128LM you might just go and throw them at your local pawn shop or scrapyard bulk, while each of those is worth about £90 RRP :)

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ok listen while you're here, take advantage of my LOW LOW PRICE introductory offer.


Basically, I take numbers from your credit card to MATHEMATICALLY and SCIENTIFICALLY work out winning lotto numbers! Please write them out below.

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The USA Amazon price is $109


Not from that seller - funny how the seller is based in the US, but doesn't ship there, eh? With international shipping, Amazon will release the funds to the seller before shipping - handy, as there's nothing to ship!

Latest pen related post @ flounders-mindthots.blogspot.com : vintage Pilot Elite Pocket Pen review

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We are like sharks here: a bit of blood smell in the ocean and we all went hunting!




It could be an error in their listing.

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Come on ford, no chance!


It could be real while Ford is caught in the Infinite Improbability Drive

To hold a pen is to be at war. - Voltaire
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