Jr. Retro Fountain Pen Kit - Rhodium

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The Jr. Retro pen offers a unique styling that sets it apart. This is a mid-size pen comparable in size to the Jr. Gent II and Triton, but the Jr. Retro features a flared cap with domed finial and a stylish flared center band. The Jr. Retro is well-balanced, and comfortable in the hand. Postable Cap. Made by Dayacom.

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Jr. Retro Fountain Pen Kit - Rhodium

The Jr. Retro pen offers  a unique styling that sets it apart. This is a mid-size pen comparable in size to  the Jr. Gent II and Triton, but the Jr. Retro features a flared cap with domed finial and a stylish flared center band. The Jr. Retro is well-balanced, and comfortable in the hand.

The Jr. Retro pen kit comes in several plating styles and uses the same tooling (bushings, tubes and drill bits) as the Jr Gent II and Jr Statesman kits. Postable cap. Made by Dayacom, and features a two tone #5 medium point nib.

Jr Gent II/Jr retro Instuctions .pdf

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  • Jan 18, 2017, 12:00 PM
    I made two of the pens (one fountain and one rollerball - both rhodium). The plating and fit-and-finish of both pens was flawless. The round cabochon and flared ends of the cap give this pen a distinctive look that really stands out without being gaudy or "blingy". If you want a pen that is conservative, but still a bit different, this is a good choice.

    The reason I gave it only 4 stars is because the cap on both pens did not screw screw onto either end of the pen very smoothly. I usually had to try a couple of times to get it to screw on correctly. I gave these pens as a gift, so I don't know if this got better or worse with use. This was probably just bad luck since the threaded plastic cap insert is probably the same one used for the other Jr. series pens (which have otherwise screwed on smoothly).

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