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Serwex Executive Review
Serwex is a ball point and fountain pen manufacturer located in Gurgaon, India just south of Delhi. In India just about every major city has their own local pen manufacturer. Pens made by this local manufacturer can only be found in and around the city they are manufactured. Since Delhi is such a large city (22 million) Serwex has a sizeable market to target but as far as I know the pens are only found around the Delhi area. This review is of their top of the line fountain pen. I’m pretty impressed with both its look and construction.
The entire body and cap is steel with a polished finish. The end caps are polished steel. This is a small diameter pen. It reminds me a bit of the Parker Vector. It measures 13cm (5.1”) capped and 15cm (5.9”) open with an 8mm (0.3”) girth at the section.
Section has relatively sturdy plastic threads that screw in the the metal body.
Cap is snap on with non-spring clip. “Serwex is printed in black at the base of the cap I personally prefer a clip with more spring but it is a sturdy construction.
Filler is converter. It is a pretty simplistic plunger-style design that I have found to be common in Indian-made pens.
Feed is molded plastic. Nib is steel and writes medium. It is inscribed “Iridium point Germany”. The nib and feed fit pretty tightly into the section and are a bit difficult to remove. Mine writes smooth with a true medium line.
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