Electra Rollerball Pen Kit - Gold & Chrome

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This popular kit is now available in two platings - Chrome & Up Gold, and (new) Ti Gold & Chrome! Mix and Matchable for the best pricing!

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  • Weight
    2 oz
  • SKU
    EK-1001-R-HP-CHR

The Electra Roller Ball features a one-of a-kind pen clip that has unique diamond-cut facets on the accents of the clip. This pen also features a stunning blend of platings that truly makes this a distinct pen of elegant beauty. The Electra pen is also available as a fountain pen. This roller ball pen version includes a premium Schmidt ceramic refill.  One piece barrel makes this a very easy pen to make.

Electra Intructions.pdf 

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  • Mandrel Shaft A
  • Bushing 29A
  • Drill Bit   10.5mm

 

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  • Jan 28, 2015, 07:34 PM
    I also like this pen kit very much. As designed, the barrel blank is not quite a perfect cylinder (the two bushings have slightly different diameters). But I turn the blank to a perfect cylinder (diameter of the biggest bushing) and everything looks just fine. As noted by the previous reviewer, the cap parts need to be carefully aligned to give a pleasing appearance. In fact, there is more to it than he noted: the filial pattern should be aligned to the pattern on the facetted gold ring, which should be aligned with the clip, which eventually should be aligned with the pattern on the chrome cap cylinder. Accomplishing all this while you are pressing the parts together in a pen press can be rather tricky. I find that it helps to carefully pre-glue the aligned filial and facetted gold ring to each other before pressing the 5 cap end parts together (see the assembly diagram).
  • Jan 2, 2015, 04:27 PM
    Not sure why this pen hasn't been reviewed, but here is my 2 cents.

    I consider this pen one of the nicest kit pens out there that isn't hard to build and really shows off a nice blank. The components are nice and the fit is excellent. Watch the clip when assembling in relation to the finial. You want to either line it up with the celtic knot at the "cross" or on the "X". If you don't, then it looks a little haphazard. So pay attention to that little detail. The length of the blank may be more difficult for those with a small DP but don't let that stop you as there are easy "ways" around that little problem.

    Every one these pens that I've made have been absolutely loved by their owners.

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