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Ranga Handmade Pens- Handwritten Appreciation Letter Sent From Usa To India


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Dear FPN'ers,

Greetings. We feel very happy to share this happy notes.

We are receiving Customer appreciations very frequently/ daily basis. But this one is special- A handwritten Customer Satisfaction / Appreciation notes using Ranga Pens ,sent from USA to India. Big thanks Sir!!! You know how to motivate Craftsmen:) We understand how much you love our Pens.

Regards,
Kandan.M.P
Ranga Pen Company

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Receiving a hand-written note is so rare these days. This just shows how much Brian enjoyed using your pens. I too got my first Ranga a little while ago and surely look forward to get more pens from you in future :)

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Here I am ... same Brian :) My jumbo 5's give me daily pleasure and the Ranga company is special and unique in the world in my opinion. The pens are a mix of fine fit-and-finish and charming individual variability, not just in the material, but in the build as well. We can get pens from other brands that do NOT vary by a millionth of a meter from one instance to the next. But I take delight from the fact that my two number 5's are just ever so slightly different, showing the hand of the master at work. I have ordered some more 5's from Misters Pandurangan and Kandan and asked them to surprise me and to take all the time they need to give me a good variety.

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My Ranga Model 5 is too big to fit into most of my pen cases, so it doesn't often go "on the road" with me - but it's still one of my favourite pens! I now have (I think) 6 Rangas (or is it 7? I don't want to count!), each one of them a masterpiece.

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Receiving a hand-written note is so rare these days. This just shows how much Brian enjoyed using your pens. I too got my first Ranga a little while ago and surely look forward to get more pens from you in future :)

Thanks for your words Mr.Ksingh sir. You are most welcome

 

Regards,

Kandan.M.P

Ranga Pen Company

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Here I am ... same Brian :) My jumbo 5's give me daily pleasure and the Ranga company is special and unique in the world in my opinion. The pens are a mix of fine fit-and-finish and charming individual variability, not just in the material, but in the build as well. We can get pens from other brands that do NOT vary by a millionth of a meter from one instance to the next. But I take delight from the fact that my two number 5's are just ever so slightly different, showing the hand of the master at work. I have ordered some more 5's from Misters Pandurangan and Kandan and asked them to surprise me and to take all the time they need to give me a good variety.

Dear Mr. Brian Sir,

 

Big thanks . Your letter is treasure to us. It is billion dollars for us:)

Sure .We will surprise you with variety

 

 

Regards,

Kandan.M.P

Ranga Pen Company

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My Ranga Model 5 is too big to fit into most of my pen cases, so it doesn't often go "on the road" with me - but it's still one of my favourite pens! I now have (I think) 6 Rangas (or is it 7? I don't want to count!), each one of them a masterpiece.

Thanks Sir . I would like it to grow 7..8..9.. :)

 

 

Regards,

Kandan.M.P

Ranga Pen Company

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Wow, it's heartwarming story. Mr Kandan, may I ask you if you are running a store on ebay?

Thanks sir . We are running Ebay store rangahandmadepens.

Our website is www.rangapens.com

Take care

 

 

Regards,

Kandan.M.P

Ranga Pen Company

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My Ranga Model 5 is too big to fit into most of my pen cases, so it doesn't often go "on the road" with me - but it's still one of my favourite pens! I now have (I think) 6 Rangas (or is it 7? I don't want to count!), each one of them a masterpiece.

Taccia kimono pen rolls are the only ones i know big enough for model fives. taccia pen rolls are very expensive and very hard to find, but they are very, very nice.

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At the moment, i think i have over 20 Rangas, of many different models (with one more on the way!). I enjoy them more than any other pens in my collection. they are beautiful and really unlike anything else in the pen world, in my opinion.

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At the moment, i think i have over 20 Rangas, of many different models (with one more on the way!). I enjoy them more than any other pens in my collection. they are beautiful and really unlike anything else in the pen world, in my opinion.

Dear Mr. Gillum51 Sir,

 

Big thanks . It is our pleasure .

 

 

Regards,

Kandan.M.P

Ranga Pen Company

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At the moment, i think i have over 20 Rangas, of many different models (with one more on the way!). I enjoy them more than any other pens in my collection. they are beautiful and really unlike anything else in the pen world, in my opinion.

 

26 Rangas at the moment, two more on the way, and one in the makings... :D :P

you are right, each one is unique

 

thank you Ranga!

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26 Rangas at the moment, two more on the way, and one in the makings... :D :P

you are right, each one is unique

 

thank you Ranga!

Big thanks Mr.Sansenri Sir. 26 is quite interesting. But many more & best are yet to come:)

 

Regards,

Kandan.M.P

Ranga Pen Company

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. But many more & best are yet to come:)

 

WHEN! :yikes:

"Anyone who lives within their means suffers from a lack of imagination."

Oscar Wilde

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