Sailor Pro Gear II Black Rhodium Fountain Pen
Since the establishment in 1911, the Sailor Pen Co. has been proudly maintaining its belief in the importance of precision writing instruments.
Still today, we offer the discerning customer technical perfection and writing quality.
This model - The Professional Gear has 21K gold nib and a unique design with a cut-away cap and inlaid Sailor anchor logo on the top.
Model name: Professional Gear II. A complete restyling of the classic Pro Gear range with a stylish new clip and a sleek modern body shape
Material: PMMA Resin
Special features: 21k Gold nib bicolor
Filling system: cartridge or converter(included)
Weight in gr: 24 with no converter
Length posted in cm: 15,5
Length closed in cm: 13,5
Warranty: This Sailor Writing Instrument is warranted against original factory defects in material and workmanship for a period of one year from the original date of purchase from the original and Sailor Authorised retailer/vendor where the instrument was obtained. Should this instrument be found to have such a defect, it should be returned complete with all pen parts to the original and Sailor authorised retailer/vendor for processing. This original stamped/dated warranty document or the original sales receipt for the instrument must accompany the pen for any warranty or repair claims. This warranty does not cover any defects or damage as a result of misuse, abuse, neglect, accidental damage, tampering, and loss of original parts or reasonable wear and tear of normal use (which will be determined by Sailor). In such cases the standard repair and /or parts replacement charges will apply. This warranty is not applicable to product originally purchased through unauthorised retailer/vendors.
In 1911, Mr. Kyugoro Sakata, an engineer from the historic naval port of Hiroshima, was introduced to a fountain pen brought from England by a sailor friend. Fascinated by it, he soon became determined to produce finely crafted writing instruments in Japan with the highest specification and writing performance. Mr. Sakata decided to call the company Sailor Pen in the expectation that the business would expand internationally like the voyages of a sailor. The company thus became the first to produce Fountain Pens in Japan and it is still one of the oldest in the industry.
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