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Hello,

maybe someone can help me or give me a hint...

I found out I want a Conid Bulkfiller, but unfortunately they shut off the production until may,

and I discovered no store has them on stock...

It also appears that on the whole web nobody has a used one up for sale.

Do I miss something or it's just a bad moment to get this pen ?

Many thanks for reading this,

ATB

Fred

 

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I think it's just a bad moment. I'm sure someone knows how to purchase one now, but I also want one and I'm just going to wait untill may when their shop reopens.

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yes.. it's just a bad time to try and get one since Conid has stopped taking orders to meet their current production demands. A lot of Conid owners love their pens so I usually don't see too many up for sale.

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Yeah, think you're just out of luck until they open orders again unless you stumble across one used for sale.

"Words can light fires in the minds of men. Words can wring tears from the hardest hearts." - Patrick Rothfuss

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yes.. it's just a bad time to try and get one since Conid has stopped taking orders to meet their current production demands. A lot of Conid owners love their pens so I usually don't see too many up for sale.

I'd go out on a limb and say ALL Conid owners love their pens, which explains the near non-existent availability of used in the market place.

Add lightness and simplicate.

 

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Hello,

maybe someone can help me or give me a hint...

I found out I want a Conid Bulkfiller, but unfortunately they shut off the production until may,

and I discovered no store has them on stock...

It also appears that on the whole web nobody has a used one up for sale.

Do I miss something or it's just a bad moment to get this pen ?

Many thanks for reading this,

ATB

Fred

 

Shear dumb luck being the first one to respond to an add. That's how i ended up with my Minimalistica, i got lucky and responded within a couple of minutes of the add going live.

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I fear it is sold :( I would have gladly bought, titanium broad... it would have been just perfect for me...

 

Put a WTB in the Classifieds?

Add lightness and simplicate.

 

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Aren't you clever, sidthecat? I hope that one day Conid can charm you with a ring-top. It would be a lovely idea! :D Would you like?

Um...find someone who has one and steal it from them?

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Um...find someone who has one and steal it from them?

I'll be right over to aquire some pens

Add lightness and simplicate.

 

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You’re barking up the wrong tree, dear. There isn’t a Conid for miles.

That's OK I'll just take whatever I can find.

Add lightness and simplicate.

 

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