Duraflex ELEMENTS limited editions
Based on the ever-popular Conklin Duragraph model, the new, numbered limited edition (only 1898 each made for worldwide distribution) the Duraflex Elements series comes standard with the OmniFlex nib. These join the first model in the series, the red, white and blue Conklin Duraflex Freedom. Retailing for $75.00, HisNibs offers the pens for our standard 20% discount. See what the OmniFlex nib is all about in the following video:
From Conklin's website:
Conklin is proud to introduce the Curaflex Elements Limited Edition Fountain Pen Collection, inspired by Greek philosopher Haraclitus' theory of nature that the three elements work together to bring balance to the world. Featuring three distinctive fountain pens, aptly named Earth, Water and Fire, each pen is made using semi-transparent resins with its own unique color patter and a specific trim to match each style.
EARTH, truly representing its given name, displays a mix of warm brown tones dappled with deep black, then matched with sleek gunmetal accents.
WATER, a mesmerizing mix of true blue and leafy green, is paired with warm rose gold accents, creating a vivid blend of color.
FIRE, a mottled mix of blazing red and black, this pen is accentuated with brilliant chrome accents for a sharp contrast.
Each pen is tastefully engraved with the collection name and limited edition number alongside the barrel.
The cap screws off of the barrel and is friction fit should you choose to post it. Unscrewing the cap displays the steel OmniFlex nib which is engraved with the Conklin brand name and the historic “Toledo, USA” mark -- as well as 'FLEX'.
IMPORTANT SERVICE NOTE: Every nib that ships from His Nibs is closely examined under high magnification and tuned or adjusted if needed. About 85% of modern nibs need some adjustment out-of-the-box from the manufacturer for an optimal writing experience. Most commonly, the tines of the nib are misaligned -- which would cause scratchiness at the minimum; the slit between the tines is partially or fully closed -- which would starve the nib of ink and at best cause skipping; or the slit between the tines is too wide -- which will either again cause skipping, or conversely, flooding. There are other factors -- such as separation of the nib from the feed -- that are inspected and repaired before any pen leaves the Palace.
The only 100% guarantee of course comes when the pen is actually filled with ink and written with for the first time, but our pre-shipping inspections and tunings have eliminated 99.99999 (my finger is getting tired) of the frustrations that a customer experiences when first using a new fountain pen. Although this can be time-consuming on occasion, it affords our customers a much more pleasant experience when receiving a fountain pen from His Nibs -- and saves us the frustration of dealing with returns!
Ordering Procedures & Returns
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Warranties and returns
If an item proves to be defective, in most cases the manufacturer's warranty will apply. However, please email us first so that we can determine the easiest way to resolve the problem to your satisfaction. In the case of fountain pens -- which are a bit more individualistic than other writing instruments -- what may at first appear to be a defect (hard starting or poor flow for example), can in almost all cases be resolved with a few simple 'tweaks' to the nib, which we'll be happy to guide you through or perhaps suggest returning to us for adjustment.
Should you wish to return a non-defective item within 3 days of receipt because it doesn't suit you for some reason, again please email us and we'll arrange an exchange, credit or refund (minus any shipping/insurance charges), if the item is returned in an 'as new' condition. If you've dipped a fountain pen to try its writing characteristics, kindly clean off any ink residue prior to shipping -- to save us both a nasty surprise .
We want you to be happy with your purchase from HisNibs.com and hope to have you join the ranks of our many long-term, repeat customers!
Revised: February 16th, 2020