|Item Weight||0.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7.3 x 2.2 x 1.3 inches|
|Origin||Made in USA and Imported|
|Item model number||4502|
|Assembled Height||0.3 inches|
|Assembled Length||5.23 inches|
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Cross Classic Century, 10 Karat Gold Filled/Rolled Gold, Ballpoint Pen (4502)
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- 10-karat gold filled ball-point pen
- Patented propel-repel ball pen mechanism
- Trademark conical tip
- Manufacturer's lifetime mechanical guarantee
- Includes 1 Black Medium Ball-Point Refill (8513) in pen
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I was willing to believe it was simply an anomaly, one bad pen. So later on when some new colors came out, I bought two more - only to see that they have the same quality defect.
My advice: if you want a good Cross pen, go to the secondhand store and buy one that was made in USA. They aren't making them the same anymore.
Overall it has spoilt my impression about Cross products.
I did finally decide, however, to replace the memory of this Cross pen given to me in 1967 and having done so, I have found the quality to be what I honestly expected based on all my reading, but a bit less than I had hoped for (eternal optimist that I am). Through months of use now I am comfortable with the following observations:
-The manufacturers stamping on the top of the rear tube is clean, clear, and precise - (meaningless, but a nice detail).
-The join of the tip to the front tube is very nearly perfect.
-The fit of the rear tube to the front never seems quite right, always leaving a bit of the rear tube lip easily discernible by touch, and is sometimes quite obvious visibly.
-I have been more than impressed with the functioning of the pen's twist mechanism as it shown no signs of play while smoothly opening and clos-ing the pen.
-I have decided not to use the clip (relegating this pen to my desk forever) as it seems...weak; not well connected to rear tube and a pen falling from a pocket is always disconcerting.
-It does seem to collect what most call micro scratches quite readily which does distract from the overall finish of the pen.
I would gladly overlook any, or all of these things had I not experienced such difficulty with the diameter of the pen...at 0.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
So far it's a terrific pen. But I've discovered that it has only one font, my handwriting. Is there an app I can download so that I can choose different fonts? Read morePublished 1 month ago by caes endra
There's a small gap between the cap and body that speaks to poor workmanship.Published 3 months ago by Stellar Eller