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Old 11-17-2007, 01:16 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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After doing some testing, I decided to add a quality pen refill.
The refills I added are from the 60+ year old German manufacturing company Schneider. I will be stocking the following.

Topball 850- this is a replacement european roller, that fits all our roller balls. 0.5 fine stainless tip, capless-non drying
Black & Blue, box of 10 refills $10.00

Gelion- this is an exceptionaly smooth writer. Parker format gel refill. Has a microscopic spring inside the stainless tip that acts like a seal to prevent drying out. 0.4 fine stainless tip. This lays down a very wet line, not recomended for any lefties, takes a secound or two to dry. Box of 10 $12.50 Black & Blue

Express 735, this is a Parker format Giant refill, very smooth ball pen. I am stocking the unusual tips Fine & Broad, in Black or Blue. Box of 10- #$15.00

Last is a glass jar with 30 Royal Blue in cartridges, standard/international size $4.00 for the glass bottle.

Here is the link
http://www.turchetta.com/goldennib/refills.htm

Thanks for taking the time to look & for your business.

Happy Thanksgiving to all :)

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Old 11-17-2007, 06:21 AM   #2 (permalink)
 
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Wow, didn't know they are still in business. When I was a kid in Germany we always used Schneider Minen in our Kugelschreiber (ball point) - they were of good quality.
Tony, how does the rollerball refill compare to the Schmidt??
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Old 11-17-2007, 08:36 AM   #3 (permalink)
 
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Yes Rudy, good companies still manage to stay in business, they have been around 69 years.
I decided to stock their product over Schmidt. I felt the over quality was better then Schmidt, which is a good product. All refill formats wrote extremly smooth and there were no fitting problems. I even had several ball pens that would not function properly with the kit refills. They were the twist type (cigar & Sierra) normally, I would search for a refill that worked or widen the tip a touch. The Express 735 fit right in and solved the problem. I found that ball pen to be a very good writer.
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Any plans to add more colors of fountain ink? How do you feel their cartridges hold against Private Reserve or a comparable ink?
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Hey Tony---send me a case of Royal Blue.
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I just placed my order, and like Joel, would be interested in some jars of different fountain ink colors.

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Old 11-17-2007, 03:14 PM   #7 (permalink)
 
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In regards to the Bottle of ink cartridges, Kind of like what Henry Ford would say.....
You can have any color you want......as long as it is Royal Blue :D

Sorry, these are only available from the manufacturer in Royal Blue.
Here is a sample of the color. I tested it in a Jr gent nib and a CSU calligraphy nib, ink flowed just fine.

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Anthony,
Does the "Schneider TopBall 850" work in a JS II?
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Yes, this is a roller replacement for pens using european size roller. More commonly know as the Schmidt 5888. This refill will fit all our roller ball pens.

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Marvelous. I'll check my stock and get an order placed.
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