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FOVERN1 Set of 8 PCS Big Diamond Pens Ballpoint Pens With 16 Ink

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Specification:
Size: 13.8 x 0.9 cm/ 5.4 x 0.35 inch, diamond diameter is 2 cm/ 0.8 inch, ballpoint pen refill is 8.2 cm/ 3.23 inch pen
Color: Gold, Rose Gold, Silver, White with rose gold dots, Rose gold with white dots, White and Purple.
Ink Color:Black
Material: stainless steel pen tube and metal copper diamond holder
Suitable for taking notes, doing homework, drawing, marking, writing diary, making cards.


Features:
Designed with proper size and beautiful colors, these pens are durable for a long time use.
Just simply twist to open these shiny pens with Light pressure; The pens can provide define lines and reduce skipping when writing.
Designed with exquisite workmanship, great as delicate gifts for Coworker gifts , School ,Teacher gifts ,wedding, birthday, valentine’s day ,Christmas and other events.

Package included:
8 fun crystal pens
8 Soft black velvet bags
8 pcs blue and 8 pcs black pen refills

FOVERN1 Set of 8 PCS Big Diamond Pens Ballpoint Pens With 16 Ink

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