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Parker Flighter Fountain Pen Converter Compatibility


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I have a Parker flighter with a broken in sac in its metal casing. Can it be replaced with a Parker ink converter as the metal ink sac has a screw thread?

 

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Hi, All the Parker converters I've seen are the same fit as the Quink cartridges, that is plug-in.

As far as I know, Parker don't do a threaded converter, so not too sure what you have there.

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I have seen Parker converter with ribbing around the nipple, those ribs may give the appearance of a thread.

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Which version of Flighter is it? 75, 45, 51, 25, etc?

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Hi

 

I have a Parker flighter with a broken in sac in its metal casing. Can it be replaced with a Parker ink converter as the metal ink sac has a screw thread?

 

Thanks

 

Yes you can replace it with a Parker ink converter. It might look like it has a screw thread, but it really doesn't have a purpose.

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Which version of Flighter is it? 75, 45, 51, 25, etc?

 

..or P-61 c/c?

 

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Which version of Flighter is it? 75, 45, 51, 25, etc?

 

i.e. "flighter" is a finish for specific models... A very Parker specific finish: silver body, gold trim. If you don't know, a picture will tell us.

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