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Parker Chrome Trim Deluxe Converter

by Parker

RRP: £5.90
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  • Fountain pen Ink Converter
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandParker
Model NumberS0050300
Item Weight9 g
Product Dimensions1 x 1 x 1 cm
Number of Items1
Point Typemedium
Ink ColourBlue
Tip Typefountain
Manufacturer Part NumberS0050300
  
Additional Information
ASINB001OUU956
Best Sellers Rank 1,661 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight9 g
Date First Available20 Oct 2007
  
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Product Description

For more than 120 years, PARKER has established itself as a pioneer in the Fine Writing field in both technology and design. Born out of part-time salesman George Parker’s yearning for a more reliable pen, PARKER thrives on its dedication to understanding consumer needs. The brand’s technological breakthroughs and tireless innovation have transformed the industry time and time again with products demonstrating craftsmanship and quality. PARKER’s drive to innovate? George Parker’s ethos, “Make a better pen and people will buy it.” PARKER is a forever partner, for those who strive for achievement in life and write their own story.

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1 converter

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Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

50 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Combat Wombat on 4 Jan 2013
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There are many sellers of these on Amazon - I'm afraid I think it's pot luck if you select the seller providing 100% Parker products or those sending out something that is "almost not not quite".

There are two Parker converters - standard and luxury. They both do the same job and do it well. There are a few pennies difference. You decide which you like.

From what I can see the connection and reservoir are identical on both models. The difference is the filling method.
Standard uses a simple plunger that you simply pull up to suck up a reservoir full of ink.
The Luxury uses the same principle, but the plunger is raised by you turning it so there is some kind of screw/cork screw arrangement going on in there.

I'd say the Luxury should fail more since it has more mechanics to go wrong, but I've never had a failure so guess not.

Note: They are NOT like standard ink cartridges in that they do not "seal" - you can not walk about with 5 of these in your pocket ready to change inks as they will dribble out. You put them on your Parker pen nib housing and leave them there - refill your pen by dipping it in a bottle of ink and using the plunger to suck some ink up.

Wow, one long review about a converter - hope you enjoy using whichever one you select. CW.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By A. Childs on 19 May 2010
I have had a Parker Pen for many years now, and I am forever buying ink cartridges (which evidently cost a lot of money). The "Parker Luxury Converter - Piston Fill" is an easy and effective way to get ink from the bottle to the pen, and unlike many other ink converters, you do not get ink on your hands! I recommend this to anyone looking for an ink converter.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Dr. D. N. Ramanaden on 3 Oct 2009
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Have always used ink pens for work. Recently bought a parker Pen and bought this to save buying cartridges all the time. It works perfectly.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By philip green on 23 July 2009
Purchased this convertor as a replacement for a Parker 64 I have had for a considerable number of years. The original ink holder had perished and was beyond repair. The convertor fits perfectly and simply slots in. A great replacement for the original and is easier to use because it has a piston fill function.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Ed Fitzpatrick on 30 Dec 2010
I agree with all the positive comments on this page.
I have several Parker pens and have equipped each one with one of these products.
They save a bomb on the ink cartridges.
If you want to flush out your pen from time to time (in order to get smoother ink flow), you'll manage it without a problem with this product.
They are much easier to use than the fiddly linear pistons, which seem to clog up with time, and which make flushing out your pen very difficult.
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46 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Ramadan101 on 24 Oct 2010
I hadn't heard of these before, and i had no idea exactly what they were or how they work, but its really simple. Its very easy to use, effecient and clean. It even looks quite good though no one gets to see it. I recommend this because with fountain pens u really fly through the ink cartridges but after buying this, you save quite a bit of money. If you love fountain pens, you'll love this.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Pyewacket TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 27 July 2012
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This is a brilliant idea and beats my old converter which was the bellows/squeezer type filler. With this one, you insert the nib into the ink and then gradually turn the little screw at the top of the converter. You cannot overfill it as it simply will not fill any more than it should.

I can now use all the wonderful coloured inks that I bought from Amazon and know that I am not going to look like a messy schoolgirl.

By the way, does anyone know how to get ink out from under your fingernails?????
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Dick Pearson on 18 Feb 2012
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I've hated cartridges since they first made their appearance in the early 1960's - I've always preferred a refillable reservoir despite the attendant mess and inky fingers that you get if you aren't careful (and often if you are). As I couldn't find a fountain pen not designed for use with cartridges for less than £70 when my Platignum (which I'd had for some 40 years) broke, I bought a Parker for a tenner and this.

To use it you just press (very firmly) into the pen in pace of a cartridge. The filling action is unlike anything I've seen before as you have to screw the plunger anti-clockwise down to make a seal and then ensuring the whole nib is under the ink, screw it clockwise to the top sucking the ink into the reservoir. Previously I've only seen the traditional lever, or simple pull-push plungers you occasionally got on posh pens. This system makes the filling somewhat fiddly and increase the danger of inky fingers.
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