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Montblanc Starwalker Fineliner Pen 8485

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  • Rollerball pen
  • Black precious resin cap and barrel
  • Platinum trims
  • Mont blanc Floating star on cap
  • Made in Germany
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Product Description

Fineliner with spring mechanism at the tip, barrel and cap made of black precious resin, floating Montblanc emblem in transparent cap-top, platinum-plated clip and rings

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Technical Details

Brand Name MONTBLANC
Item Weight 10.4 ounces
Product Dimensions 5.9 x 2 x 2 inches
Item model number 8485
Color Black
Manufacturer Part Number 25602

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ASIN B002BU336A
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3.0 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews

3.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #214,244 in Office Products (See top 100)
#4,323 in Office Products > Educational Supplies > Writing & Correction Supplies > Pens & Refills > Rollerball Pens
#263,960 in Office Products > Office Supplies
Shipping Weight 10.4 ounces
Date First Available March 22, 2004

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This is the pen I've been waiting for for Forty years!The feel, the writeing abelity and the fact that in 40 seconds you can change it to a rollerball pen with many size points and colours available,to me makes it the perfect writeing insturment.The fineliner tip comes with a cap so it will not dry out or leak in your bag. If you find the need to change tips. It feels a little big for about the first 10 words then your hand adjusts and you wonder how on earth you were ever able to write with the swizzle stiks you've been useing? It truly is the best pen I have ever owned and, being retired and old only god knows how many pens that is. I dont let anyone else use it, not even my grandson, or my son. I'm waiting for my next check and buying the Fountain Pen. It is so easy to write with that I'm even thinking about sending some snail mail and, I'm looking forward to Christmas cards. It is NOT a PEN for the "Thrifty" but if you know someone that is capeable of appriceating it, they will remember you, every time they pick it up or, take it from their pocket.
Hagar101, Jim Hill
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I had a classic MB ballpoint pen for 20 years and it disappeared one day (I think my son got it) I bought a grande ballpoint and I loved it till I lost it. People mention that they doubt the quality of these pens because the resin can crack. These pens are made very well and will last forever if you take care of them. High quality and un-breakable are two different things. If you drop it on cement, it will crack!

I recently decided I can't deal with cheap disposable pens anymore. I decided to buy a starwalker fineliner/rollerball. I I never realized the amount of fakes out there (even on amazon). Being totally paranoid I figured it would be best to buy straight from MB. I went to the local jeweler to feel the pen and, lucky me they were closing them out and had 25% off. I wanted a resin/gold ballpoint and ended up with a resin/ platinum fineliner. WELCOME HOME! Feels wonderful, looks beautiful and the fit and finish are exquisite. I put a rollerball refill in it and writes like a million bucks. Perfect weight, perfect balance.

MY PEN IS MY SWORD.
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By H.B. on January 3, 2012
I received this pen as a wedding gift about a month ago. It looks great and feels good and writes beutifully so I loved it immediately. I began to use it regularly. Today, I signed a credit card slip and capped the pen, put it back to my pocket. The next time I opened it, instead of the pen unholstering from the cap, the refill withdrew. After examining it, only one of two things could have happened. To withdraw the pen, the head must unscrew from the cap. Unfortunately, the same screwing action is used to reveal the refill. Because of this, either the head of the pen is stuck in the cap, or it became loose from opening and closing the pen over time, and it slipped out after signing. Either way, I can't believe that a luxury item like this could have a flaw like that. Why make opening the pen and opening the refill compartment the same process? Let me be clear, this did not happen while I was replacing the refill. This was during normal use, and I have never INTENTIONALLY opened the refill compartment before. This was a gift, so although I'm rather upset, I probably would have been hopping mad if I had purchased this item myself considering the price and reputation of the brand.

*Update* Took the pen to an MB official store with my warranty and they happily replaced it for free without an explanation as to what happened. Problem now is that the new one does not write nearly as well as the former one I owned.
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I purchased this pen less than 1 year ago from another dealer. Within 9 months, the cap wouldn't fit onto the body of the pen. Like another reviewer for a similar model, it turns out that a metal pen body and cheap plastic threads on the cap do not match! The cap threads wore out and I returned to MontBlanc for service. The charge to repair was $170! I pushed and the price dropped to $90. I pushed and they said they would repair it for free and advised that I not tighten the pen too tight. Love the look of the pen but would probably not purchase again.
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I own this pen since three years. I bought it in Switzerland for 450 CHF in an official shop. I am very pleased with it. The quality is amazing. Watch out for fake online pens.
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