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So Far Who Can Be Able To Make Pelikan M800 Titanium Version?



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I saw an old topic in a fourm said that Pelikan M800 can be modify into titanium body. It attracted me a lot so I directly find that who can made it.

Actually, the 3rd one is made by Grayson Tighe. However, he told my brother said that he is no longer modify Pelikan Pen anymore.

But the first and the second one is not made by him.

So I want to know who can make Titanium M800 now so that I am willing to buy it.

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Be aware that while being strong and light, titanium scratches easily. I know it from a watch made of titanium that I own, which due to its lightness is comfortable to wear, but has accumulated quite a few scratches, especially on the clasp on the bracelet where it rests on the table while working at a desk.

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Be aware that while being strong and light, titanium scratches easily. I know it from a watch made of titanium that I own, which due to its lightness is comfortable to wear, but has accumulated quite a few scratches, especially on the clasp on the bracelet where it rests on the table while working at a desk.

Thanks. In most cases in order to save the cost, many brands may choose grade 2 titanium, which is the cheapest price with lowest hardness. Grade 5 titanium is better and Beta Titanium have the highest hardness.

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Update us please when you have more info. This sounds really cool and I would definitely be interested in knowing more.

I failed to find it. However, my brother asked Shawn Newton and he said he can use various materials such as PEEK or PEI high performance plastic and resin(far better than its original resin and it is not original piston system). Although it is a small compromise and must wait for 2 years, it is better than do nothing.

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Update us please when you have more info. This sounds really cool and I would definitely be interested in knowing more.

Unluckily I still have no information about pelikan M800 titanium version. However, many pen makers can make piston pen which still accept pelikan m800 nibs like newton or scriptorium pen. I hope in the future someone can make this version again.

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