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    Default Flair Classy: Indian Eye dropper

    Flair is an Indian pen manufacturing company started with more than 40 years of pen making history. It is one of the companies popular among fountain pen beginners and school students. As the demand for fountain pens declined, Flair had to reinvent itself and is now more into ballpoints and other stationery products than fountain pens.

    When contacted Flair company about their fountain pen line up, the response was that most of their models have been discontinued and currently have less than 5 fountain pen models in regular production.

    Enough doom & gloom, below is the review of Flair Classy.

    The Pen: The pen is made of plastic with a classic Indian eyedropper mechanism. It was released in 4 colors. Teal, Red, Black and Green. The pen is available only in gold trim.

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    Uncapped

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    The cap and the name

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    Nib: The pen comes with a 2-tone nib and lays a F-M wet line. Suitable for fast writing without snagging the paper. Initially, a bit scratchy but once the tines are aligned it writes surprisingly well.

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    Feed: Plastic

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