Category Archives: Packaging

Another Lesson in Pen Packaging

Today I received this Omas pen in the mail, and as you can see, the pen was not drained of its ink. Best always to send me pens that are completely drained, and patted dry with a tissue or towel, … Continue reading

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Save On Postage, Pay Me More For Your Nib Repairs!

So, looks like I have to do another lesson in mailing repairs to me. See below a Parker 51 nib sent to me in an envelope; client tried to save a few bucks and not use a flat rate Priority … Continue reading

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Lets Review What Happens When You Send Repairs Poorly Packaged

About every 6-7 months I receive a pen in the mail, just “thrown” into an envelope, or even nibs in letter envelopes, often with disastrous results. Case in point below; what was once a nice hard rubber Waterman’s 52 is … Continue reading

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The Extremes of Packing Your Pen/Nib to Me for Shipping!

So, you are ready to send me your nib/pen, great! Turn around time is running just 2-3 weeks. Well, how do you pack your pen/nib? Two examples pictured below, the “Extreme” way to make sure your pen arrives safely to … Continue reading

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Packaging your nib and pens for shipment to me for repair!

I have received some inquires about how to best send nibs and pens to me for repair Below are some photos of how I recently sent back a few nibs (be sure to move your cursor over each photo and … Continue reading

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