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Postalco releases the perfect complement to their stationery

The pen is cut from chunks of brass and aluminum.
Postalco Pen

If you've ever had the pleasure of picking up a Postalco notebook then you know exactly how meticulous they are when it comes to construction and details. That same eye for craftsmanship has extended to their first pen. Cut from chunks of brass and aluminum, the pen features a U-shaped clip with an engraved graph pattern and the barrel is detailed with fine grooves. Each pen is made in Japan and is compatibles with .38 - 1mm size Mitsubishi SXR or UMR gel inks. 


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