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RANGA HANDMADE PENS - INTRODUCING RANGA SAMURAI MODEL IN BEAUTIFUL EBONITES


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Dear FPN'ers,
We are introducing this new Model "RANGA  SAMURAI". It is new Model. It is workhorse pen. It is compatible Model for both Regular Size Pen lovers and Oversize Pen lovers. This Model can take Bock #8 nib units. Ebonites are highly beautiful and classic.  It comes with newly designed clip. This  beautiful  pen with newly designed clip is sturdy. The section is classic  style design. We are introducing this  Pen size and Section shape in our production line for first time.  It caps in less than 1 turn.

 

Please fill the below form to book your favourite Ranga "RANGA SAMURAI"  Model pen. Form has all details with detailed Pictures

 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSci1-U-OC7fSHeQ8gq6EOd-eXPNdz-nvYBfSZpf_5hPqWUM4Q/viewform?vc=0&c=0&w=1&flr=0

 

This offer is Valid till 31st July-22
Capped Length - Approximately 6 Inches.  Cap Dia - 17.5mm, Barrel Dia - 16mm,  Section Dia - 12.6mm at Thickest part and 11.2 mm at thinnest part. 
Making Time : 2 weeks
Price: Base Price for Ranga Pens with Ranga Screw in nibs and German Converters: Premium Ebonite :84USD
 You can upgrade it to plenty of nib choices with extra charge
Shipping charges: Through Courier (Quicker delivery-4 to 9 days) .USA : 19USD, Central Europe : 15USD, Singapore/ Malaysia: 15USD.  Rest of the world:  It varies from country to country from 10USD -19USD. 
Kindly note that Shipping charges are very high, we bear the 50% of shipping charge and collecting the rest from customers. (Charges published above)

Payment: Paypal id mpkandan@gmail.com

 

Regards,

Kandan.M.P

Ranga Pen Company

www.rangapens.com

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