Ohto Fine Fountain Pen - Fine Nib - Silver Body

Ohto Fine Fountain Pen - Fine Nib - Silver Body

$22.00
2.8 (10 reviews)
DescriptionSpecificationsFrequently Asked Questions
A modern design for the working adult, this fountain pen has a fine nib and features an interesting slanted oval look. Conveniently refills with international short ink cartridges.
Model NumberOHTO FF-10N SILVER
Weight0.7 ounces
ManufacturerOhto
Body Color Silver
Body Material Metal
Capped or Retractable Capped - Snap On
Clip Material Metal
Clippable Yes
Converter Included No
Design Style Modern, Slim
Diameter - Grip 8.4 mm
Diameter - Max 10.0 mm
Filling Mechanism Cartridge - Standard International, Converter
Grip Color Silver
Grip Material Metal
Length - Capped 14.0 cm
Length - Posted 17.0 cm
Length - Uncapped 12.6 cm
Nib Color Silver
Nib Material Steel
Nib Size Fine
Pre-Installed Ink Color Black
Tip Length 17.0 mm
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Customer Reviews

You cant replace the...
January 17, 2010
You cant replace the tip if it breaks and if it does you have to buy a new one
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lockwilliam57
Very well equilibrated...
December 29, 2014
Verified Purchase
Very well equilibrated fountain pen.
Regarding this pen and...
December 14, 2009
Regarding this pen and considering some reviews on it, I can say that I am (together with a few?) a happy owner. Being a compulsive buyer, I bought 3 at once, fearing I could let one fall onto the floor and thus I would have another handy. And I was right.

It has a sleek, modern design, without all those burlesque, expensive (and sometimes to me, annoying) make-up that many expensive pens do have and I really enjoyed this pen. The only cons I can see is the size, and it´s not a matter of hand size but rather, taste. If this pen were slightly shorter, I could rate it #5.

Putting the size aside, this pen is very good for daily use. I had no bad experience with the nib, it writes good, does not scratches neither drag. Unfortunately, some buddies did not like it. Well, I can say that the quality of the writing does not depend upon the nib only, but the paper and the ink do play a (an important) role.

I am using Trident´s Universal Black ink, which leaves a uniform trace, it does not fade into any gray tonality. And please remember that different types of ink *do* influence the quality of your writing of the *same* pen. When I write on plain paper (the majority being porous), it writes averagely (and towards a good writing), but on glossy paper, it´s like butter.

I had no problem with any of the mechanical parts of this pen so far (I´ve had bought it some 3 months ago and use it on a daily basis) and taking into account the size, nib, material, weight, I can say that, at least to me, this pen is very good for a day-to-day usage, and just like many other pen, it favors a cursive writing flawlessly (at least in my experience). As an overall and final comment, I can say I am satisfied, do not regret my purchase.
The OTHO Fine is very...
November 10, 2009
Verified Purchase
The OTHO Fine is very stylish and sleek.... looks like it's going 310 knots just laying on the desk!!

The pen really lays down ink however when writing. If you use a course grade of paper, like most recycled papers are, it bleeds.

I also have the Pilot Petit1, and it rights nicely. If you're looking for a pen in the same category of size and material.... check out Lamy pens. Cannot go wrong with German engineering.
I agree with the Petit1...
March 26, 2009
I agree with the Petit1 preference - if the OHTO fine could write as well as the petit1 does while keeping its stylish looks, it would be among my favorites.

My experience with the OHTO fine is that the ink is a watery black, almost gray, and the pen skips and drags, even though the nib is nowhere near as fine as that of the petit1. It was my first online fountain pen purchase - I wanted something a little lighter than my Lamy Studio which is a bit heavy for me to use every day - but this pen isn't it.

I love the petit1s except that they're a tiny bit too short to write comfortably with; the top of the cap pushes into the webbing between my thumb and forefinger. If pilot made a sligtly-less-petit1, I'd be all over it.
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