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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 October 24, 2019 by Dave
Easy to make, price is good, sells well
"I've pretty much settled on the Trimline style as my go-to style. It's easy to make, the finished pen has a good feel (with a little more heft than Slimline), looks good with wood or acrylic, and it's priced right - especially in the 12-pack variety pack. Trimline offers fewer finishes than some styles, but they're all popular and work with most blanks. Trimline also sells well, which allows me to.... make more pens!"
"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."
"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."
"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."