Scrikss - Knight 88 Matt Black
The year launch of this range is 2009. The robustness and resilience, like a knight's armor, are the main assets of Knight's 88. Also, the aerodynamic shape is full of masculinity which makes this a favorite writing instrument.
Stainless brushed steel body. The cap is closed by pressing. Brass accessories plated with chromium. Stainless steel clip plated with chromium - arc type. Stainless brushed steel body. Black ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) grip. Stainless steel polished nib, having on top an iridium point. The pen works with both cartridges and converter systems.
IMPORTANT - Once the order is received by the Customer, if the customer wishes to return the product then he/she has to follow the Return Policy.
No worries….! You just need to inform us, we will schedule a Return Pick-up & our logistics partner will pick-up the Goods from You.
Once we receive the Order back at Our Office, we will process the refund.
OTHER IMPORTANT POINTS
For International shipping: standard courier rates as per the transporter is applied.You can track the shipping status of your order on our web store by logging into your account.After despatch, the customer has to follow the steps of Return instead of cancellation.You will receive your order within 3-5 working days of the date of Order placement.Once shipped, the products should reach you anywhere between 2-7 business days. If you do not receive your package within the time indicated by the transporter, for whatever reason, please do call or email us and we will do our best to see that you receive your product at the earliest.
Please note that all orders will be shipped to the shipping address mentioned in your order with an invoice mentioning the price, as per the Indian Tax regulations.
Scrikss knight 88 review
Appearance wise very beautiful matt black finish, it has a nice weight to it. Overall length is good can use it uncapped. Grip section is wide and doesn’t slip. Writes buttery smooth and is a very wet writer. I recommend using ink which is a bit viscous like diamine or pilot inks, using Parker will cause excessive ink flow.