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Rollerball Conversion Kit

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Rollerball Conversion Kit

$87.00

Convert your Doctor’s Pen, Accountant’s Pen, Jane Austen Pen  or Shakespeare Fountain Pen to a Rollerball, quickly and easily

If you like the idea of having a choice of fountain pen one day and rollerball the next, then you’ll love this ingenious Rollerball Conversion Kit that we have developed for the Doctor’s Pen, Accountant’s Pen, Jane Austen Pen, and the Shakespeare pen. 

It comes with full instructions but it is a very simple process and gives you total flexibility.

If you like the idea of having a choice of fountain pen one day and rollerball the next, then you’ll love this ingenious Rollerball Conversion Kit that we have developed for the Bespoke British Collection. It comes with full instructions but it is a very simple process and gives you total flexibility.

The Rollerball Conversion Kit comprises everything you need to switch from fountain pen to rollerball in minutes:

  • A replacement ‘front-end’ – just unscrew the nib holder and screw in the rollerball front-end piece.
  • A spring – just drop it into the top of the barrel.
  • A high quality rollerball refill in either blue or black – insert into the barrel.Screw the front end onto the barrel and away you go!

And when you want to revert to using your pen as a fountain pen, just reverse the process. It’s quick and easy and gives you great versatility.

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