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Ohto Dude Fountain Pen - Fine Nib - Purple Body

by Ohto
$24.50

Ohto Dude Fountain Pen - Fine Nib - Purple Body - OHTO FF-15DD PURPLE
  • Ohto Dude Fountain Pen - Fine Nib - Purple Body - OHTO FF-15DD PURPLE
  • Ohto Dude Fountain Pen - Fine Nib - Purple Body - OHTO FF-15DD PURPLE
  • Ohto Dude Fountain Pen - Fine Nib - Purple Body - OHTO FF-15DD PURPLE
  • Ohto Dude Fountain Pen - Fine Nib - Purple Body - OHTO FF-15DD PURPLE
  • Ohto Dude Fountain Pen - Fine Nib - Purple Body - OHTO FF-15DD PURPLE
  • Ohto Dude Fountain Pen - Fine Nib - Purple Body - OHTO FF-15DD PURPLE
  • Ohto Dude Fountain Pen - Fine Nib - Purple Body - OHTO FF-15DD PURPLE
  • Ohto Dude Fountain Pen - Fine Nib - Purple Body - OHTO FF-15DD PURPLE
  • Ohto Dude Fountain Pen - Fine Nib - Purple Body - OHTO FF-15DD PURPLE
  • Ohto Dude Fountain Pen - Fine Nib - Purple Body - OHTO FF-15DD PURPLE
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Includes two black ink cartridges, that will be located inside pen body upon receipt.

The Ohto Dude fountain pen has a colorful coated brass body, and a unique hexagonal shape. Featuring a plastic grip, this pen is another addition to Ohto's line of durable and stylish fountain pens. The cap clicks onto the body very securely, and features a metal clip. Several body colors available. Will refill with any international short size ink cartridge.

Pen dimensions: Approximately 5.3 inches (13.5 cm) long when capped, 6.1 inches (15.5 cm) long from tip of nib to end of cap when cap is posted on back of pen barrel, and 0.5 inches (12 mm) in diameter.


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Specs
Model NumberOHTO FF-15DD PURPLE
Shipping Weight0.90 oz
Body Color Purple
Body Material Metal
Cartridge-Compatible Yes
Clip Material Metal
Clippable Yes
Converter-Compatible Yes
Design Style Modern
Diameter - Grip 9.9 mm
Diameter - Max 12.6 mm
Grip Color Black
Grip Material Plastic
Length - Capped 13.5 cm
Length - Posted 15.7 cm
Length - Uncapped 12.5 cm
Mechanism Capped
Pre-Installed Ink Color Black
Tip Length 16.7 mm
Tip Material Iridium Tip, Metal
Tip Size Fine

Reviews
8 people found this helpful
  Wow! What a great pen!..., July 1, 2012
By mov... - See all my reviews
Wow! What a great pen!

After taking baby steps in the fountain pen realm (Preppy, Petit1, Sailor Ink Bar, etc.) I decided to go after a more substantial model that I could try out a converter with. I went with the Dude over a Lamy because I liked that this pen was metal and looked a bit more fancy than a Lamy.

I have not been disappointed at all! To demonstrate my new pen and converter to my coworker, I filled it lickety-split right at my desk with no issues (it was my first time EVER using a converter) and the pen wrote beautifully right away. I have likewise been drawing and writing with it for several days and have had absolutely zero problems with ink flow. Since I am using a converter, I am also not worried about using up my ink reserves in cartridges because I know I have a whole bottle of ink at my disposal that I can fill whenever I want! (I am using Diamine ink for my initial converter go around.)

The metal body is definitely more weighty than any of the other plastic fountain pens I own and have tried, but I LIKE that. The pen feels solid and even better, it feels and looks way more expensive than it is.

As the other reviewer noticed, the cap IS very difficult at first to pull off. I have however, gotten a bit used to it and feel comforted by the effort it takes. I know that the cap won't pop off in my bag or pen case.

For the first reviewer of this pen - I suspect that you have not actually engaged your cartridge with the nib. You have to physically push the cartridge onto the mechanism to get the ink to flow. Take one of the cartridges and PUSH it into the feed and you will feel it puncture. Twist it slightly to be sure it's attached firmly and you should soon be able to write.

Most pens that use a short cartridge do so to enable you to carry an extra cartridge inside the body of your pen in case the one you are using runs out. That's why they are both rattling about inside your pen: neither of them is actually in use.
4 people found this helpful
  I love the feel of the..., May 26, 2013
By djfuller - See all my reviews
I love the feel of the pen, cap snaps on securely. I have Pilot namiki fine and medium point, and this fine point is very broad compared to those. It writes nicely, hard to get it going at times after not using for a couple days. Nice pen otherwise.
4 people found this helpful
  The pen is beautiful...., June 12, 2012
By tia.ford - See all my reviews
The pen is beautiful. It's a good size and has nice weight. I think it writes nicely, very smooth. My only complaint is the pen cap is extremely hard to put on and take off. It makes me nervous having to yank the cap off when I'd like to use the pen and then force it back on when I am finished.
3 people found this helpful
  Very nice pen. I am somewhat..., July 11, 2012
By ash... - See all my reviews
Very nice pen. I am somewhat new to this whole fountain pen thing. This pen is very nice in design, the color is beautiful and kind of glossy. I ordered a Kaeweco (sorry for the spelling) ink cartridge set and noticed it is identical to the two ink cartridges that came with the pen. Very nice that the pen came with two ink cartridges! That is a plus! Definitely a nice pen for anyone. Comfortable to write with too. Ink flows out nicely. Yes the cap is a bit tough to get on and off, but it's nice to know that it stays on securely and I don't have to worry about ink spills in my purse or anything.
1 person found this helpful
  I'm sad to day I'm disappointe..., July 3, 2014
By wurdack - See all my reviews
I'm sad to day I'm disappointed in this pen. I specifically chose this pen based on it not looking stodgy and traditional, and in that department I'm very satisfied; I think this pen is gorgeous. It lays down the right amount of ink for my taste. However, the nib, on the very scratchy end of the spectrum, actually feels like it might tear through the page if the paper isn't substantial. The nib mount itself is far enough off center from the nib that it shows on the frontside, which, despite the very nice exterior, gives the pen a sense of low quality.

Overall, still useable, very nice looking on the exterior, but not a great pleasure to write with.
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