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Craftprokits Wave Top Pen Kit Chrome
Craftprokits Wave Top Pen Kit Chrome
£6.46 (£5.38 Ex. VAT)

Craftprokits Wave Top Pen Kit Chrome

Code: 600751

£6.46 (£5.38 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • Craftprokits Wave Top Pen Kit Chrome
  • Craftprokits Bushing Set for Chrome Top Wave Pen
  • Craftprokits Scribe Rollerball Chrome
  • Explosion of Crushed Ice Acrylics (Pkt 6)
Total: £36.87
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Craftprokits Wave Top Pen Kit Chrome

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Specification

Overall L x W x H 150 x 15 x 15mm
Reviews (8)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 3.3 out of 5 based on 8 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews

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Andrew Shaw

26 January 2013

Love it / Hate it

I find this fiddly to make. The blank length is relatively long as it's in one piece. Drilling a hole down the middle had to be done in stages and I wasted a few blanks in the process. Definately one for the specialist pen vice or take your time and drill it on your lathe. When I pick this up it feels flimsy and I'm unsure how long they will last in the workplace. It looks a little unusual which makes it stand out from other pens. A group of friends picked this pen out as a favourite as it was chunky and easy to hold/write with. In summary, fiddly to make, querky eyecatching aesthetics, easy to write with, query regarding longevity.
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Julian Cleak

27 December 2011

Finally done it !

The Instructions supplied by Neil Farrer below are just about right. had to take my first attempt to the club for a more experienced turner to look at but once shown it is really easy. Nice kit and well balanced. I did my first one in Acrylic, the mechanism was a bit stiff but the second one I pushed up from the bottom thin end first using the refill as a push rod until it met the clip insert and it worked just perfect. Pity I can't attach the instruction sheet but not much different to Neil's
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Steven Matchett

22 December 2011

Instructions supplied

Nice pen, now comes with instructions - sometimes. My latest invoice did say *pick instructions* but they were not included. Would be good if they were correct & downloadable. Instructions say the brass tube is 8.5 mm, and tell you to drill 8.5 mm hole for it. WRONG. The brass tube is just under 8 mm and the hole should be drilled 8.0 mm diameter.
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Malcolm Bainsfair

5 October 2011

Still no instructions

Despite comments relating to lack of instructions dating back to January 2010 pease be aware no instructions come with this kit. Seems most other pens have downloadabe manual but apparenty not for this. That said - nice pen.
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Neil Farrer

27 December 2010

Instructions

I wrecked two kits working it out but here's the assembly sequence:
1 Nib Insert
2 White plastic "thingy" in from the clip end thick end first
3 Spring (large one) into the clip end
4 Clip on
5 Refill in from nib end
6 Screw on nib
7 Screw on Chrome top bit

Have made twenty of these and no mechanisms have failed yet!

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