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Ohto F-Lapa Fountain Pen - Fine Nib - Black Body

by Ohto
$16.50

Ohto F-Lapa Fountain Pen - Fine Nib - Black Body - OHTO FF-10B BLACK
  • Ohto F-Lapa Fountain Pen - Fine Nib - Black Body - OHTO FF-10B BLACK
  • Ohto F-Lapa Fountain Pen - Fine Nib - Black Body - OHTO FF-10B BLACK
  • Ohto F-Lapa Fountain Pen - Fine Nib - Black Body - OHTO FF-10B BLACK
  • Ohto F-Lapa Fountain Pen - Fine Nib - Black Body - OHTO FF-10B BLACK
  • Ohto F-Lapa Fountain Pen - Fine Nib - Black Body - OHTO FF-10B BLACK
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Elegant fountain pens are now within your reach with the F-Lapa line from Ohto. For a week's budget of Starbucks coffee you can have a polished, refined instrument for your workplace. Pen features an iridium point nib (from Germany) and an aluminum body and cap. Black and silver models are available and each measures 5.55 inches (141 mm) long when capped. Fountain pen can be refilled with a standard international short ink cartridge refill. Black and blue black refill colors are available.



Frequently Bought Together
Ohto F-Lapa Fountain Pen - Fine Nib - Black Body - OHTO FF-10B BLACK+Ohto Fountain Pen Refill Cartridge - Black - Set of 6 - OHTO FCR-6 BLACK
Total Price: $19.80
This item: Ohto F-Lapa Fountain Pen - Fine Nib - Black Body - $16.50


Specs
Model NumberOHTO FF-10B BLACK
Shipping Weight0.60 oz
Body Color Black
Body Material Metal (Aluminum)
Cartridge-Compatible Yes
Clip Material Metal
Clippable Yes
Converter-Compatible Yes
Design Style Classic
Diameter - Grip 9.1 mm
Diameter - Max 11.3 mm
Grip Color Black
Grip Material Plastic
Length - Capped 14.1 cm
Length - Posted 16.1 cm
Length - Uncapped 12.4 cm
Mechanism Capped
Pre-Installed Ink Color Black
Tip Length 17.5 mm
Tip Material Metal, Iridium Tip
Tip Size Fine

Reviews
7 people found this helpful
  For the price, this pen..., November 1, 2011
By kidfromtha510 - See all my reviews
For the price, this pen is TOPS.

I actually picked this up locally from a San Francisco retailer but I thought I'd holler on Jetpens.com customers behalf, that they have a winner here.

Ergonomically, this could have a better grip, but its not a deal breaker nor do I find myself fatigued in its use. It looks much more expensive than its $ price tag suggests. The fit and finish is easily found on pens over twice as much.

Now for the writing - initially I hated this pen. HATED. It was finicky and wouldn't write on cheap paper. Sometimes it wouldn't write AT ALL. It skipped like a 5 yr old girl, etc.

After I PRIMED the pen however, it has been performing like a dream, laying down lines like Tony Montana. Smooth, dancing lines like a ballerina. This thing sings on my Moleskine, can't wait to try it on my Rhodias.

I'll be upgrading my fountain pen inventory soon, maybe a Sailor here, a Pelikan there....but I know right now this one will always be in heavy rotation. I picked up a converter from here, and will write a review after a few week's trial.
1 person found this helpful
  This pen is very nice!..., September 24, 2011
By thi... - See all my reviews
This pen is very nice! A little slippery to hold though, so not good for pen tricks, ha. My friend recommended it to me when I wanted to try out fountain pens for the first time. It's definitely beginner-friendly (as long as you're a responsible, sensible user) and ink cartridge installation is a breeze.

The ink itself flows pretty consistently, with very faint scratchiness if you write at extreme angles. Right now I'm using the original ink included in the pen (it comes with 2 cartridges in the body) and it's a nice solid black, though sometimes it comes out watery. But I think that's only because I dropped it once, and something came loose (it made a weird metal jingling noise whenever I shake it or tilt it now). Not to mention the nib became bent off-center so I had to gently use my fingers to maneuver it back into place. (It was surprisingly cooperative.) Before the fall, the ink flow was virtually perfect.

Though...funny thing is, I accidentally dropped it again a few days ago, and the jingling noise disappeared. Hopefully whatever it was fixed itself!

Overall, I'd rate this pen to be reliable, classy, and portable. I also like how it's a lot lighter than it looks, so my hand doesn't get tired when writing it. Treat it well (as in, better than I do) and it'll serve you faithfully.
1 person found this helpful
  Pretty good fountain..., June 13, 2011
By aux... - See all my reviews
Pretty good fountain pen for the price - body is a little slender for my tastes but thats really just my fault for not buying the Spirit (next purchase!). The Lapa actually has a FINE nib - almost Japanese FINE. So beware if you're used to European "fine" meaning Japanese "Medium"
1 person found this helpful
  I have 2 of these pens..., November 1, 2010
By jen... - See all my reviews
I have 2 of these pens and have never had any trouble with them at all. I bought a converter and use Noodler's ink, and they write smoothly and steadily with no skips unless the ink level is very, very low. I can't comment on the ink that comes with the pens, as I didn't try it.
  I love this pen. For..., October 25, 2013
I love this pen. For the price it's the best you will get for a formal looking pen. It writes wonderfully. It's not very heavy, but in my book that's a pro.
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