Jr. Gentleman's Rollerball Pen Kit - Rhodium

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Jr. Gentleman RollerBall Pen Kit Postable and non-postable options included

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  • Weight
    2.5 oz
  • SKU
    EK-106085-5

Jr. Gentleman's Rollerball Pen Kit - Rhodium

The popular Jr. Gentleman's Rollerball pen kit features well-balanced and classic styling. Supplied with a Schmidt rollerball refill, the kit also now includes both a non-postable and postable end cap so you can choose which one is right for you. If you're looking for the very best in quality, style and dependability, the Jr. Gentlemen's Pen by Dayacom is the pen for you.

Fountain Pen kit Conversion Kit is also available.

Finished size: 9/16" x 5-1/4"

Minimum blank size: 3/4" x 3/4" x 5"


Items needed to complete:

 

Jr Gentleman Pen Kit Instructions

Jr Gentleman Coupler Instructions (Supplemental)

 

Mixable with other pen kits to achieve the best discounts!

  • Type
    Rollerball Pen Kit
  • Plating
    Rhodium
  • Refill
    Rollerball
  • Pen Mechanism
    Capped
  • Drill Bits Used
    10.5mm & 12.5mm
  • Kit Tubes
    2
  • Postable
    Yes
  • Convertible
    Yes
  • Skill Level
    Average
  • Add Upgrade Refill?
    No Thank You -, Yes! Schmidt 5888 Meduim Black, Yes! Schmidt 5888 Medium Blue, Yes! Schmidt 5888 Fine Black, Yes! Schmidt 5888 Fine Blue
  • Manufacturers
    • Manufacturer
      Dayacom
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Product questions

  • Chris Baron
    Sep 12, 2020, 07:06 AM

    What are the right sized replacement tubes? I have Jr. Aaron & Jr. Ballpoint tubes, but they are not quite right.

    Administrator
    Sep 12, 2020, 05:41 PM

    The correct tubes are, not surprisingly, Jr. Gent II tubes!! However the Jr. Aaron (and other juniors) is just a shade longer and will work, you may want to stretch the spring if you are making a rollerball. Jr. Ballpoint tubes are different--don't use those!!
    Ed