Faber-Castell Ambition Rhombus Ballpoint Pen

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    Faber-Castell Ambition Rhombus Ballpoint Pen
    Always ready for action, the Faber-Castell Ambition Rhombus Ballpoint Pen has modern design and slender lines that makes it right at home at the office, in class or out on the town.

    The distinctive Faber-Castell profile is cast in high-gloss, black precious resin with a fine laser-engraved rhombus pattern. Framed by polished, chrome-plated metal cap and trim, the diamond-shaped etchings give the barrel a pleasant texture and appealing looks.

    The Faber-Castell Ambition Rhombus retractable ballpoint pen covers all your writing bases and gets the job done in great style! The point of this ballpoint pen extends and retracts with a smooth twist mechanism and glides lightly over paper to give expression to your handwritten words. The arched, spring-loaded clip holds the pen securely in your pocket. Faber-Castell gives you the best ballpoint pen experience with the Ambition!

    Faber-Castell Ambition Rhombus Ballpoint Pen Features:

    • Fine laser-engraved rhombus pattern
    • Cast in high-gloss black resin
    • Perfect anywhere you go
    • Framed in chrome-plated metal
    • Spring-loaded clip and smooth twist mechanism
    • Pen size: 5 5/8 x 1 1/4

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