WoodRiver - Wall Street II Click Ballpoint Pen Kit - Black Chrome
The sleek, smooth and refined lines of this pen and the distinct feel in your hand, is sure to make it winner. Utilizing single tube construction this pen features the easiest assembly of any kit...
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- Durable Plated Finish
- Wall Street Design
- Single tube Construction
- Classic Sleek, Smooth, Refined lines
- Kit Requires a Blank of Wood or Man Made Material, Bit, Mandrel and Bushing
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Con - Clicker wend bad in a week. Pro - Customer service sent me another clicker without blinking. Saving the blank was a priority and I was able to do that to transfer to the new clicker. The pen itself is nice especially if you catch a sale. +1 for customer service.
Something happened to the click!
I have made a few of these pens but after a short time of use, say a week or two I have issues with the click mechanism, either extending too far somehow or getting stuck in the ready to write position. I have one that is permanently stuck in ready to write which works but is annoying. I think I may just have to avoid anything with a click!
My Favorite Pen
Ive made pens for over 20 years and this is my favorite thus far. It has solidness to the pen. Its not a slim pen!
Looks Great - Not the greatest design.
Once this pen was assembled, it rattled! (I made two of these, and they were both the same). It was also noisy to actuate, sounded cheap, and felt cheap when depressing the click mechanism. I realized that Woodcraft uses springs that are too weak to drive the mechanism properly. I replaced the Woodcraft springs with those from some "throw-away" pens I had at home, and the performance is much better. I did notice, after only a dozen clicks or so, that the black click button is getting scratched on the sides from rubbing against the inside of the top of the pen. This part of the mechanism is pre-assembled in the kit, so it appears that this is not designed for longevity. Woodcraft should at least provide the proper (i.e. stronger) spring in these Wall Street II Click Pen kits.
Black Chrome with Bloodwood
I picked up two Wall Street II pens and have had great success with them. The click style went together really well and looks great. I paired the black chrome with bloodwood and the contrast is stunning. Will definitely purchase more!