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Pilot (Namiki) Vanishing Point Ballpoint Pen - Yellow w Rhodium Trim (Near Mint in Box)

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Pilot (Namiki) Vanishing Ballpoint pen (yes, ballpoint!), yellow with rhodium-plated trim. Near mint condition in original box and user guide.

SKU: 18312
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$100.00

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Type   Retractable ballpoint pen. Every so often, you might find yourself in a situation that requires a ballpoint pen, and in those (rare) times, you still want to get as close to the fountain pen experience as possible. This Vanishing Ballpoint will help you in that quest. The body is closer to the size and weight of the Decimo (the VP's smaller sibling), with the same satisfying clicky mechanism as the fountain pen versions. When looking at the front end or the opening, it's easy to distinguish between ball and fountain - the ballpoint has a round opening and is more tapered toward the end than the fountain pen. 

Product Name Vanishing Ballpoint

Manufacturer and Year  Pilot (Namiki) Japan 

Length  5-7/8"

Filling System  Takes Pilot ballpoint refills. A blue 0.7 Fine is installed.

Color Shiny yellow with rhodium-plated trim.

Nib  N/A

Condition  Near mint condition in box. Pre-owned but barely used. Pilot box, user guide and two black refills (0.7 and 1.0) included. The pen has barely any handwear on the pen section and no markings on the rest of the pen.

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SKU 18312
Condition Used
Maker Pilot/Namiki
Type Ballpoints

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