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This is a great way to get started making the Trimline Pen Kit. You get four of each pen in 24kt Gold (Item # PKXM24), Chrome (Item # PKXMCH) and Gun Metal (Item# PKXMGM). If you like turning Slimline and Comfort Pen Kits, you'll love turning these new slim style Trimline Chrome Pen Kits. Its clean lines, attractive clip and wide multi-beaded center band provide an attractive trim profile and design. An easy to make 7mm style. Blanks sold seperately. *Kits in packs may vary subject to availability.
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Added March 12, 2018 by Bart
"The first pen kit I bought were the Trimline pens. Really easy and fun to turn. The colors look great on just about any blank I have used. Great deal!"
"I am really happy with these pens. They look and feel like they cost a lot more and are really easy to assemble. I use polymer clay, not wood, and some of the pens don't do so well with polymer clay but these are perfect. I am going to by more. I bout a dozen for $25.00 so I am making about $18 a pen."
"These pens are probably our best seller, especially for women or other people who prefer small, lightweight pens.
We start them at $30, more if we use acrylic blanks or stabilized wood (essentially, any time we have to buy a blank specifically for penmaking rather than using off cuts from my husband's bowl-making, there's an adder to the $30 base price). They sell like hotcakes! :)
This is my third or fourth time re-ordering since our 12-year-old started making pens in January, just about four months ago."
"This is a very nice Cross style pen. It is a little larger than the Slimline, offering a better feel and balance. It is the style most of my customers prefer. Packaged with the three metal finishes (gold, gun metal and chrome) and in a group of 12, the price is competitive with the smaller slimline, but much nicer in my opinion."