Discontinued Bexley Pens
Owners Club 2010
The 2010 Bexley Owners Club pen is created from an unusual material that, up to now, has not been used to make fountain pens.
This substance is called G-10. It has multiple layers of laminated fiberglass that have been impregnated with epoxy resins. The result is a highly stable, durable material that is often used as a substrate for printed circuit boards.
The G-10 material is used for the caps, barrels, end caps, and grip sections of the 2010 Bexley Owners Club pen. The surface has a checked pattern reminiscent of carbon fiber, but with a more subtle pattern. The color and pattern are all the way through the material, contributing to its depth of color and durability. It is polished to a smooth semi-gloss finish. The tactile feel of the G-10 is warm and inviting to the hand, in a similar way as hard rubber.
The 2010 Bexley Owners Club pen was available only as a fountain pen. In recognition of our seventeenth year, there were 117 fountain pens in black, and 117 in orange.
The pens also featured our special "violin" style clip. Each clip is hand cast from solid silver (900), and alloyed to make it even stronger. The clip and trim were plated in your choice of rhodium, or 23-carat yellow gold.