Fine Arts International, sole authorized distributor of Pilot pens in entire South Asia brings more varieties of Pilot pen in Nepali market.
Pilot pen introduced Super GP in the market today and the new pen is priced at Nrs. 15. According to the makers, the pen is targeted mainly at the students but has the potential to attract others too.
The history of pilot pen in Nepal rolls back to thirty years.
Masahiro Horiuchi representative from international sales division, Pilot Corporation arrived from Japan for the purpose of sharing information about the Pilot pen history and its various products.
Along with Super GP, other varieties of Pilot pen like Dr. Grip, a bacteria free pen with no side effects or irritating smell at cost ranging from Rs. 400 to Rs. 800 was also launched.
Another pen called Bottle to Pen (B2P), a gel rolling ball pen made of 89% recycled content (excluding replaceable parts) which is acid free will also hit the market and will be priced at Nrs. 85 per piece.
Frixion pen with statement “Write, Remove and Rewrite” at costs of NRs. 110 will also be available soon. Enriched with thermo sensitive gel link that disappears with friction, the link is easy to erase after writing, according to Fine Arts international.