Pelikan replaces Faber-Castell as Porsche Design’s license partner

Article by Christian A., on February 3, 2011

Pelikan became the new license partner of Porsche Design luxury brand as of Jan. 1, 2011, replacing Faber-Castell. This means that Pelikan is now responsible for the production and sale of Porsche Design writing tools. Production will take place in Pelikan’s Vohrum factory, with the initial focus set on seven product ranges.

The P'3105 Pure range includes the matt black Pure Black fountain pen, combined with a matt black paperweight in an exclusive set, and also the Pure Titanium fountain pen in a limited edition of 200.

Meanwhile, the P'3110 Tec Flex range consists of a fountain pen, roller ball pen, ballpoint pen and mechanical pencil. The range is characterized by a braided stainless steel fabric. The P'3120 Aluminium range features a retractable ballpoint pen and mechanical pencil and boasts a sleek and sporty design.

There’s also the brand new P'3125 Slim Line range that includes fountain pens, ballpoint pens and mechanical pencils. Users may like its retractable clip and its filigree design. The P'3130 Mikado range consists of a ballpoint pen and a mechanical pencil. The range is unique in that it has a total of 17 stainless steel strands that wind elegantly around the barrel and the internal mechanism.

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