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Are these new, available outside the US or???

Ebay Item number: 120488843712

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http://parkerpens.net/contact.html

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Yep, I know these pens. They are available in Holland.

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Have you tried one? What are prices like on them over there?

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Nope, waaaay to futuristic :)

14 in an online shop. Can be had cheaper, I suppose.

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DWL wrote:

Are these new, available outside the US or???

Ebay Item number: 120488843712

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Same seller, $35 for three pens instead of 10 for $85: 150380711463

 



-- Edited by Chthulhu on Wednesday 4th of November 2009 02:36:48 PM

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Looks like a Rotring Core, doesn't it?

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I think it targets the same market, but otherwise I don't see a lot of resemblance, myself. I have the blue Core "Lysium" fountain pen and rather like it. smile.gif

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jonro wrote:

Looks like a Rotring Core, doesn't it?



Yes, the Rotring is typically a product of German engeering; building somthing that is futuristic and technologically refined, but not listening to the taste of the public?

"Vell, Ve vill build something that looks greally hidious; damn the public taste!"

 



-- Edited by Less is More on Wednesday 4th of November 2009 04:09:28 PM

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The Core reminds me of a control lever from a 30s vintage airplane. But brighter.

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