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|Model Number||OHTO FF10RO-SB|
|Design Style||Modern, Compact|
|Diameter - Grip||8.6 mm|
|Diameter - Max||10.3 mm|
|Length - Capped||9.3 cm|
|Length - Posted||14.2 cm|
|Length - Uncapped||8.5 cm|
|Pre-Installed Ink Color||Black|
|Tip Length||17.3 mm|
|Tip Material||Metal, Iridium Tip|
August 28, 2011
This was my first Ohto...
This was my first Ohto fountain pen. I liked the design in the pictures, but was a little skeptical because of the reviews that I'd seen for the Ohto fountain pens in general. I ordered it, and I am very glad I did. The size and shape of the pen is even better than I imagined. The fit and finish of the pen itself is a little "tinny" and OK, but it writes like a dream right out of the box. The ink flow is Goldielocks perfect for me (I'm a lefty) not too wet, not too dry. Love the pen!
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December 12, 2014
Nice pen. Easy to keep...
Nice pen. Easy to keep in your pocket
October 27, 2013
Thumbs down. Get a Tasche,...
Thumbs down. Get a Tasche, or a Kaweco Sport.
I have two Ohto Tasches and after some fiddling got both to write OK (see my review for the Tasche). Not so for the Rook. I couldn't get mine to write well to save my life. Strange, because it looks like the same nib as the Tasche. To add insult to injury, the cap won't post reliably - keeps falling off - and the inner ring fell out. A dab of Superglue sorted out the inner ring, but the thing still won't write well. After trying the lousy Ohto ink and a cartridge of Pelikan 4001 I gave up. You really do get what you pay for.
My advice, pass on this dog. Buy a Tasche and tweak it to write well. Or, maybe you'd rather just take a new pen out of the box and write with it, no fiddling around. In that case spend a few dollars more and get a Kaweco Sport. My Sport wrote beautifully right out of the box. I'm done with Ohto.