About the Name... The PUTHA is named after Putha Hiunchuli (also called Dhaulagiri VII). It's a mountain in Nepal and part of the Dhaulagiri Range. It lies at the west end of the Dhaulagiri II chain and is 7246M high, making it the 95th highest mountain in the world.
NOTE: If the pen style looks familiar-- it's not a NEW style. I renamed it from "Kanjut" after I found the name had a few different meanings in other languages (one of them not so nice). So I thought it would be appropriate to change the name.
About the Pen... The main features of this understated style is it's shorter length (compared to most of my other styles) and the standard postable cap. The Kanjut is fitted with a #6 nib which can be ordered in either a 2-tone or polished steel finish and tip sizes in fine, medium or broad. Clip finishes available are 24k gold and Rhodium. Inking systems available for this pen are cartridge/converter (c/c), eyedropper (ED) or button filler. It can be ordered with the Pistion inking system, but requires a slightly longer barrel.
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