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Pilot inks 

Regular

Ink-30

Regular fountain pen inks

Colours:- Black,Red,Blue,Blue-Black

Approx:-₹290/-

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TSUWAIRO

Ink-30 TW

Pilot pigment inks

Colours Black,Blue, Blue-Black

Approx ₹710/- for 30Ml

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They are special inks with special instruction set as to which converter can be used with this.


Iroshizuku

Ink-50

Regular fountain pen inks claimed to be excellent colour true to their colour name

Colours:- 24 varieties of colours 

Approx ₹1063/- for 50Ml

Same mini 15Ml set of 3 colours to choose from ~ ₹1500/- 

 

 

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Prices are as per pilot.co.jp 

Pilot seems to be based in europe as the eu site mentions locations across the world but they don't mention India under the locations and neither mention Luxor as their distributor on their website.

 

Luxor neither responds to emails.

 

Suprising is that Luxor is also official distributor for

Parker

Waterman confirmed by the company fine writing instrument's.

 

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19 minutes ago, Shyahi said:

Pilot seems to be based in europe

 

Pilot is based in Japan. Pilot's efforts to sell to overseas markets are not Europe-centric, either; China appears to be its focus, warranting Chinese-language retail packaging for a lot of the (genuine) Pilot products sold in that regional market.

 

30 minutes ago, Shyahi said:

as the eu site mentions locations across the world but they don't mention India under the locations

 

As a continent in its own right, Australia doesn't even get its own heading on Pilot Pen's global landing page, but is somehow grouped under Asia, while Caribbean Islands get a separate heading on par with Asia and Europe.

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31 minutes ago, Shyahi said:

 

Suprising is that Luxor is also official distributor for

Parker

Waterman confirmed by the company fine writing instrument's.

 

It's understandable if you look at the fact that Parker and Waterman are now owned bu the same parent company called Rubbermaid based in France. And Luxor is mainly there to market the more budget models like the beta, folio, vector, frontier etc... For me it's surprising that pilot doesnt mention luxor as it's distributor in India🤔

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