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WoodRiver PKAWE-FC
Item 163364

Hourglass Twist Ballpoint Pen Kit - Flat Chrome

$15.99

Do you have a minute? Thanks to this WoodRiver® Hourglass Twist Ballpoint Pen Kit, now you can allow exactly one minute in response to this often asked question. Kit features a 1-minute timed...

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Do you have a minute? Thanks to this WoodRiver® Hourglass Twist Ballpoint Pen Kit, now you can allow exactly one minute in response to this often asked question. Kit features a 1-minute timed hourglass in the cap of the pen, so keeping track of time is not a problem. Kits are constructed utilizing a 3-1/8"-long brass tube that allows the beauty of your turned blank to be highlighted. The design incorporates ornate details surrounding the hourglass, a simple roller clip, and an elegantly tapered nib for hours of writing comfort. Lastly, kits are equipped with an ultra-smooth twist mechanism, along with a Parker style refill for optimum writing performance.

Features:

• Hourglass is timed at 1 minute

• Durable plated finish

• Beautifully designed nib and cap

• Ultra-smooth twist mechanism

• Kit requires a blank of wood or man-made material, bit, mandrel and bushings, all sold separately

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    No instructions included

    This is a nice pen kit, but it comes with no written instructions. A friend ordered this kit, but ended up bringing it to me to turn and assemble; he was new to turning pens, and had no real idea how to proceed. Having turned a couple of thousand various kits of all kinds and manufacturers, it was no problem for me, but, for someone new, a printed instruction sheet would have been invaluable. I know the instructions are online, but HE did not know that. A little piece of paper, or instructions on the back of the packing card in the envelope, should be no problem to provide.

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