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Sailor Fountain Pen Converter - SAILOR 14-0500-000
  • Sailor Fountain Pen Converter - SAILOR 14-0500-000
  • Sailor Fountain Pen Converter - SAILOR 14-0500-000
  • Sailor Fountain Pen Converter - SAILOR 14-0500-000
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Converter for most types of Sailor fountain pens. Not compatible with the Sailor Recruit Fountain Pen.


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Total Price: $24.75
This item: Sailor Fountain Pen Converter - $8.25

Model NumberSAILOR 14-0500-000
Shipping Weight0.20 oz

7 people found this helpful
  I'm currently using this..., October 17, 2009
By haruyo - See all my reviews
I'm currently using this converter with the AS Manhattaner's pen I purchased. The converter fits well, and sits nicely in the pen. I write quite a lot, and the the reservoir lasts me about two days each refill. Though the first time I used the converter I did accidentally unscrew the reservoir from the rest of the converter when I was trying to refill. When you refill this one, remember to hold onto the metal bit and the plastic bit so that the metal doesn't unscrew from the plastic by accident like I did. The design is simple, just twist the end to move the plunger up and down the reservoir to create a suction to push or pull the ink.
3 people found this helpful
  The Sailor converter..., August 17, 2012
By kat... - See all my reviews
The Sailor converter works perfectly for me. Unlike with some of my converters by other brands; I do not get any air bubbles when filling with ink. More ink, less air equals less frequent refills.
4 people found this helpful
  I bought two and they..., July 5, 2010
By cole.imperi - See all my reviews
I bought two and they work great! No problems at all. I use (mostly) Diamine ink and Aurora's Black in it. I use this converter with the Sailor Desk Pen.

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