Music Rollerball Pen Kit - Antique Pewter

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The popular Music Twist Pen Kit is now available in this beautifully crafted Rollerball pen style. The pen cap features a realistically inspired snare drum. The pen clip replicates the head, neck, and strings of a guitar. And the center band features piano keys while the tip of the pen features music notes and symbols. Includes quality threaded components and convenient posting on the pen body.

 

  • $18.95
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  • Weight
    2.75 oz
  • SKU
    DK-PKMUSRAP-DISC

Music Rollerball Pen Kit - Antique Pewter

The popular Music Twist Pen Kit is now available in this beautifully crafted Rollerball pen style. The pen cap features a realistically inspired snare drum. The pen clip replicates the head, neck, and strings of a guitar. And the center band features piano keys while the tip of the pen features music notes and symbols. Includes quality threaded components and convenient posting on the pen body.

Music Fountain & Rollerball Pen Kit Instructions

 

To Make this Kit you will also need - 

  • Bushings - Music RB/FTN Pen Kit Bushings (DKB-PKMUSRBU)
  • Drill Bit - 10.5mm & 12.5mm
  • Mandrel - A
  • Blank - 3/4 x 5 or greater

Mixable with other pen kits to achieve the best pricing!

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Product questions

  • Michael Meldrum
    May 23, 2021, 02:36 AM

    Is there a cap to the rollerball version of this pen? Neither of the two attached photographs show one and there doesn’t appear to be a way to post it opposite the nib end whilst trying to write something. I can see the threads on the nib when looking at a closeup view of the nib area. Please advise or post another photograph or two demonstrating this. Thank you very much

    Administrator
    May 23, 2021, 01:46 PM

    Hi Mike, I am sorry I don't understand your question. The pen in the photo IS shown with the cap posted. (Posted means that the cap fits onto the back body of the pen - opposite of the nib - as in the photo). The photo already shows how the pen would look when writing.

    Photos for their products come from the manufacturer. The photos listed are what was provided, and since the music rollerballs have been discontinued there will not be additional pics forthcoming.

    If you would like a breakdown of the parts of the kit though, please refer to the instructions.