Liberté
Roller convertible Laque Naturelle finition Palladium
Grey
Available colours

Roller convertible Laque Naturelle finition Palladium

Découvrez le roller S.T. Dupont Liberté en laque naturelle gris shantung brillante comme la soie shantung, conçu pour que vos mots coulent de source.

Specifications
Ref:
462022
Weight:
0.276kg
Comments
Non-contractual photos
Product care & refills
Your S.T. Dupont pen does not need much maintenance. To restore its original shine, you can clean it using a soft cloth (never use solvent-based products).
For all silver-plated parts, use a special silversmith’s cloth. Silver is a precious material that can show signs of oxidisation. Oxidisation is a natural phenomenon that can be heightened if your pen has prolonged contact with leather or rubber.
Only the fountain pen requires special attention: S.T. Dupont cartridges should be used if possible. Remember to clean the fountain pen’s feed regularly. Use the converter to circulate cold water in the capillary, repeating the piston effect until the water discharged is clear. To prevent leaks during air travel, fit your pen with a new cartridge or a full converter and transport with the nib upwards.
Contact us
In the UK, for any enquiries regarding the after-sales service of your S.T. Dupont product, please contact our customer service team:

Email: service-client@st-dupont.com
Phone: +33 (0) 1 55 90 44 02

Office hours:
Monday to Friday 9am-6pm
Saturday 9am-4pm

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