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RANGA Handmade Pens Introducing Salmon Model in Classic Ebonites  Ebonites are highly beautiful and classic. This shape is beautifully crafted so that it resembles Fish design.This is  Clipless pen.  It is cute and sturdy . It is comfortable for both regular size pen lovers and Giant Size Pen Lovers. It caps in less than 1 turn.The section is hourglass section. It is very comfortable for writing. It is must collectible pen as well as great every day carry pen. It is eye catcher for its craftsmanship..

Ranga Salmon Model can be ordered in the below form. All Details are included in the form




Pen Dimension:
"RANGA  SALMON MODEL "  Pen Dimension:
Capped Length :Approximately 150mm,  Cap Dia - 17.5mm  (17.5mm  at thickest part (Head)), Barrel Dia - 17.5mm(12.5mm  at thinner part (Tail),  Section Dia - 12.5mm at Thickest part and 11 mm at thinnest part. 
Cap Turn: It takes less than 1 turn 
For C/C mechanism (with Schmidt K5 Converter) #6 Nib Options 
Price : 
1.  Base Price for Ranga Pens with Ranga Screw in nibs and German Converters: Premium Ebonite : 84USD
Customer's can upgrade it to their favourite nibs with extra charge
Making Time : 2 -3 weeks from payment date 
Shipping: Via Courier . It takes 4 to 9 days.Via Courier- Kindly note that courier rates are very high now. We are happy to share that we are collecting only 50% of the courier charges and rest is incurred by us .
Customer's need to pay 19USD for USA/Canada, 15USD for Central Europe /Singapore/ Malaysia and country specific rates for other countries. 
Payment Details: Paypal id:  mpkandan@gmail.com
Ranga Pen Company


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Are you making this in the regular (less costly) ebonites? 


Interesting pen model and I am glad you continue to experiment with different ergonomic designs, though the step down looks significant. 

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On 10/2/2022 at 9:56 PM, MuddyWaters said:

Are you making this in the regular (less costly) ebonites? 


Interesting pen model and I am glad you continue to experiment with different ergonomic designs, though the step down looks significant. 

Thanks. We would be coming up with Regular Ebonites  Ranga Salmon in this month





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