Hand Made Pens by Rodney Neep

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Available to special order. A Dean Technical click pen in real stone with a natural "grey flame" pattern Please enquire.


Each of the Dean Technical pens comes supplied with an attractive velvet drawstring pouch.

THE DEAN TECHNICAL PENS

Distinctive hexagonal facets

  • Click Pencil 60
  • Magnetic Cap Rollerball Pen 60
  • Magnetic Cap Fountain Pen 60
  • Click Ballpoint Pen - No longer made

The Dean Technical is made to special order only

The "Dean Technical "is characterised by its modern tech appearance with hexagonal facets, hard gunmetal plating, and with either an acrylic black body with silver highlights or real ebony. The click ballpoint and click pencil make a good matching pair. The Rollerball pen and Fountain pen have identical bodies, and good again as a pair.

Each pen is individually hand made by Rodney Neep.



Above: The Dean Technical Rollerball in Black & Silver Acrylic.


Above: The Dean Technical Fountain Pen in Ebony.


Above: The Dean Technical Rollerball Pen in Ebony


Dean Technical Rollerball and Fountain Pen - Black Gunmetal
Black & Silver Acrylic or Real Ebony Wood Body


Above: Black & Silver Acrylic

Both the Dean Technical Rollerball and the Fountain Pen are identical in appearance from the outside.

A superb pen with a modern hi-tech design. The cap is held in place with a strong magnet rather than a traditional screw. The cap may be posted on the back of the pen when in use or left off. The body is made of a special black acrylic material with iridescent silver highlights, and a high gloss polished finish. Alternatively, you may own the special Dean Technical in polished ebony wood.

The fountain pen has a German made nib with an iridium point, and is supplied with both an ink cartridge to get you writing immediately and fitted with an ink pump so that you my use your favourite bottled ink. (Please note that the fountain pen will not take the long type ink cartridges).

The rolleball takes a Schneider Topball 850 refill. To replace the refill, unscrew the whole nib end. (There is a small spring up in the body above the refill, so be careful not to lose that). The pen is supplied with a black ink cartridge fitted. The Schneider cartridge is "capless quality" which means that it doesn't dry out even without the cap. 0.5mm/fine width with a solid metal writing tip. Replacement cartridges can be bought from good stationery suppliers in black, red, green and blue.


Above: The Dean Technical Rollerball Pen in polished Ebony wood.

Please note that ebony is not always uniform jet black and may sometimes contain some very dark brown streaks of grain. Although I try to keep a stock of ebony, it is not always immediately available and therefore there may be slight delay of 5 to 14 days to satisfy your order.
Ebony pens are made to special order, although I may sometimes keep one or two in stock. If you would like one of these pens (they are the same price) in ebony then please email me and we can set things in motion.



Above: Dean Technical Click Pen in Ebony


Above: Dean Technical Pencil in Black & Silver Acrylic.


Dean Technical Click Ballpoint Pen and Click Pencil - Black Gunmetal
Black & Silver Acrylic or Real Ebony Wood Body


Black & Silver Acrylic

Both the Dean Technical Click Ballpoint Pen and the Click Pencil are identical in appearance and size. The black gunmetal hexagonal ends  prevent the pen from rolling on your desk. Highly polished black acrylic body with iridescent silver highlights. Alternatively, you may own the special Dean Technical in polished ebony wood.

Ebony wood pen
The Dean Technical Click Pen and Pencil in Polished Ebony

Please note that I no longer make the click ballpoint pen.
Only the pencil.

The ballpoint pen takes a standard Parker type ballpoint refill. (A Parker type Gel refill will fit too). To replace the refill, unscrew the tip end of the pen. Be careful not to lose the small spring that is positioned on the business end of the refill.

The pencil takes 2mm leads. To fit a new lead simply press the plunger all the way in to open up the clutch, and insert the lead through the tip. To sharpen the lead, press the plunger a few times so that the lead is well clear of the metal tip, remove the plunger by pulling it, and use the sharpener on the inside of the plunger. Refit the plunger, press it all the way down to release the clutch, and then use your finger to press the lead back into the tip. The pencil has a hidden eraser beneath the end plunger. To get to the eraser you unscrew the plunger. Replacement erasers can be purchased from good stationery stores.

Please note that ebony is not always uniform jet black and may sometimes contain some very dark brown streaks of grain. Although I try to keep a stock of ebony, it is not always immediately available and therefore there may be slight delay of 5 to 14 days to satisfy your order.
Ebony pens are made to special order, although I may sometimes keep one or two in stock. If you would like one of these pens (they are the same price) in ebony then please email me and we can set things in motion.


Above: A Dean Technical mechanical pencil in Chrome and Oak Burl (Sold)


A Dean Technical Fountain Pen and a Dean Technical Pencil in Chrome and Ebony (Sold)

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