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Can any one suggest me some Indian handmade ebonite piston-filler pens? I know of Noodler's Konrad Ebonite and Narwhal Schyulkill Eobnite 365, but I want an Indian handmade one. Does anyone in India make such pens? 

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Karmachanic

Well, technically a cartridge converter is a piston 😁 So many choices.

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2 hours ago, Srjan said:

Can any one suggest me some Indian handmade ebonite piston-filler pens? I know of Noodler's Konrad Ebonite and Narwhal Schyulkill Eobnite 365, but I want an Indian handmade one. Does anyone in India make such pens? 

 

Fosfor:

Fosfor makes his own design piston fillers too including telescopic.

 

ASA subbu showe me some ebonite piston fillers.

 

So yeah, they are out there.

 

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13 minutes ago, HartGummi said:

Talk to ASA. Fosfor has a waiting period of more than a year.

 

Close to three. Speaks to the quality of his work. Manoj needs an apprentice or two!

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I have one of Manoj's syringe fillers, it's ebonite with a reservoir of thick plexiglass. Yes it is large, but it is surprisingly comfortable to write with. I could even choose the section shape. It takes up a good bit of ink when you fill it.

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Karmachanic

Manoj makes pens to suite his customers requirements.

 

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1 hour ago, maclink said:

The Fosfor is interesting, but as seems to be more often than not the case, the pens are oversized.

Only the pens fitted with the brass telescopic piston are necessarily oversized.

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58 minutes ago, HartGummi said:

Only the pens fitted with the brass telescopic piston are necessarily oversized.

 

Wider. The brass insert nut that engages with the end cap is about 12mm diameter

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Karmachanic

The brass insert nut (of the piston) that engages with the end cap is about 12mm diameter

A Pelikan M800 has a 13.5mm barrel.

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On 2/26/2021 at 5:13 PM, HartGummi said:

Talk to ASA. Fosfor has a waiting period of more than a year.

Actually, right now it is more than 2 years. I have already placed an order with them and the waiting time is TBD. 😅

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On 2/26/2021 at 12:26 PM, maclink said:

The Fosfor is interesting, but as seems to be more often than not the case, the pens are oversized.

 

Yep, perfect!   :)

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3 hours ago, Srjan said:

I have already placed an order with them and the waiting time is TBD. 😅

I hope his hiring process is going well. 

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