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WoodRiver 7202N/B-HP-1 G
Item 148461

Wall Street II Click Ballpoint Pen Kit - Gold

$9.59

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The sleek, smooth and refined lines of this pen and the distinct feel in your hand are sure to make it winner. Features new non-rotating click mechanism for smooth and consistent operation. The...

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The sleek, smooth and refined lines of this pen and the distinct feel in your hand are sure to make it winner. Features new non-rotating click mechanism for smooth and consistent operation. The nib/nib holder, center ring and the click mechanism/clip are pre-assembled. Simply turn the one tube body, press in the threaded ring for the nib assembly, press in the click mechanism/clip assembly, screw on the nib assembly and the pen is finished. Utilizing single-tube construction, this pen features the easiest assembly of any kit we offer.



  • Durable plated finish
  • Wall Street click design
  • Single-tube construction
  • Classic sleek, smooth, refined lines
  • Requires a blank of wood or man-made material, bit, mandrel and bushing, sold separately

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12 Reviews
  1. 2.0 out of 5 stars
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    Will not retract completely

    Built two and will not retract completely. The store replaced one for me and again would not retract completely. About an eighth of an inch protudes when retracted. I can not say enough nice things about the twist Wall Street II but would not recommend the click models.

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    easy kit to assemble, smooth action

    Easy to assemble, good looking, you can get two pens from one blank, and smooth action. Great kit. I will buy more.

  3. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Great pen kit

    I made a pen & pencil set for my sister using redwood burl and they are gorgeous.

  4. 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    New inner works

    The assembly instructions were printed in 2010 and do not match the present pen sold under the same name and #. After spending considerable time on a deer horn I sure did not want to assembly the pen wrong. Also the tip of the pen does not fully retract.

  5. 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Very Beautiful Pen

    I bought this pen to make for my wife as a gift. The pen itself used with teak burl is very attractive. My only reason for a low rating it the spring tention on the pen is very weak and causes the pen to drag when un clicked. I solved the problem by installing a stronger spring. Now the pen works like a charm. Just should not have to modify a new pen.

  6. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Professional looking

    Turned numerous pens with a grab bag assortment of exotic woods that I purchased along with the pen kit. All came out looking outstanding. I prefer the click pen to the standard turn to open.

  7. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Good Pen Kit

    Great pen and a good seller.

  8. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Wall St. II Click Pen Gold

    I like it you can use it with one hand the click is great.

  9. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Beautiful Pen

    I am a beginer at pen turning. I bought 15 of the Wall Street II pen Kits in the month of March, mainly because they were on sale, and I am Glad I did. These are elegant pens, easy to turn, easy to assemble, and everyone i have given one to loves them.The Parker style pen insert is smooth as butter. Writing with one of these lil gems is a pleasure. For basicly [$] ([$] + half a 5/8" X 5" blank and some finishing materials) you get a pen worth $40, and writes like a Million bucks.For a beginer at turning, and these pens were the first thing i ever turned on a lathe, there is no better place to start. The Body is large enough to be forgiving to someone with Zero finesse when it comes to turning, but still small enough to use a 5/8" blank. The second benefit of the body/tube size is you can actually get 2 pens from one blank. Which may not be all thet great to someone who has turned 100 pens, but for me, it was a life saver.As for the lil metal insert for the top of the Pen Refill, I can see where that may be a slight problem, but no more than the loss of the spring from the tip. Simply remind whoever gets the pen that they will need to save the spring and insert from the other end when they change refills.I would Strongly recomend this, or any other Wall Street II pen kit, to anyone who is just starting the pen turning hobby or anyone who wants to make a gift that is worth many many times what you paid to make it.

  10. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Contemporary styling, sleek and smooth

    This pen looks good and has a comfortable grip and weight. Easy to turn with the single tube construction.

  11. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Best Click Pen I have found

    Very easy to make, the only issue that I have found so far is that if you need a replacement tube you can not find them.

  12. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Wall St II click

    Easy pen to turn and assemble but the spacer for the refill (Although 2 are supplied) means the customer will have difficulty changing refills becuase the spacer will be lost.

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