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- Accepts standard international cartridge type
- Can be filled from an ink well using converter supplied
- Hexagonal Oak wood barrel
- Chrome plated cap and trim
- Articulated sprung clip
- Diameter: 12mm
- Length capped: 130mm
- Length posted: 148mm
Following on from the resin Ondoro, the wooden Ondoro features a hexagonal Oak barrel, contrasting beautifully with the chrome cap and trim.
Available in four modes; fountain pen, rollerball, ball pen and pencil. The ball pen and propelling pencil both feature a twist action mechanism, with the fountain pen available in four nib widths from extra fine to broad.
Faber-Castell Continues to Impress
By Bob @ MyPenNeedsInk.com
I love my two Faber-Castell fountain pens. Both are in a broad nib which is wonderfully smooth and the perfect wetness for my taste to really allow the color and richness of the inks show through. Additionally, and really important to me is the nib on my Ondoro was good right out of the box, no tuning required. The wood body is distinctive and warm to the hold. The six sided body has well rounded corners to make the grip comfortable but the look of the pen is still strikingly distinctive which is part of what drew me to the pen. Fit and finish is perfect and many of my daily carry pens have been ignored since the Ondoro arrived.
Striking to look at and wonderful to hold
These pens have become my preferred writing tool, although I have generally used the resin versions until now. This wooden (premium) version is just fantastically comfortable to hold and use. The build is better than the resin, as the nib grip is metal and hence won't be as susceptible to cracking as the resin ones - I had a cracked grip on one of my older ones. I am using the EF nib and it is very precise, smooth to write with.