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How do you undo a Cross pen?


  1. Be sure the pen tip is retracted by twisting the cap.
  2. Unscrew or pull the cap to remove it from the pen’s barrel.
  3. Remove the existing refill by unscrewing the piece at the top.
  4. Insert a new refill (remove the tip cover first if there is one) and screw it in place.
  5. Replace the cap with a push or twist.

Is Cross a luxury pen brand?

The Pen Shop is proud to be an authorised luxury Cross pen stockist. Why choose Cross? Cross has been an industry leader since 1846, and they’re even the official pen supplier to The White House.

Can a Cross pen be repaired?

Cross Writing Instruments Full Perpetual Warranty Guarantee Any Cross product or part requiring service under this warranty will be repaired or replaced when received at our factory from the consumer (postage and insurance are the responsibility of the consumer, and processing fees may apply).

Where does the spring go in a Cross pen?

Ensure the spring that fits on to the refill is installed correctly. The small end of the spring goes on first, and it must slide all the way to the shoulder of the refill. Pens that take Cross refills do not have springs, so this step does not apply to those pen kits.

Are Cross pens any good?

Cross pens are renowned for their distinctive style and luxurious quality; along with amazing journals and accessories that would make the perfect accompaniment for a fine writing instrument.

Are Cross pens worth it?

The short answer is yes. However, if you’re looking for a high-quality writing experience with a lifetime mechanical guarantee for an affordable price, then Cross is a fantastic option for a pen company. Plus, you can get very close to the fine Montblanc experience without paying the $500 price tag for it.

Are Cross pens worth the money?

Can you change the nib on a Cross fountain pen?

Fountain pen nibs are now available for purchase on Over 80 replacement nibs of varying styles and widths are offered For Cross Townsend, Century II, and ATX fountain pens. Note:Replacement nibs include the entire front section of the pen, and are designed and developed for Cross fountain pens only.