Faber-Castell Ondoro Fountain Pensearch

Faber-Castell Ondoro Fountain Pen

Faber-Castell Ondoro Fountain Pen

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Finally received my pen today in Malaysia. The nib feels slightly rougher than what i am accustomed to (using Pelikan, Montblanc, Platinum & Lamy) but will get used to it.
As far as steel nibs go, I really like the FC nibs. However, the price on this one is up in the range of lower model Pilot/Sailor pens that come with a solid gold nib. In all, the $80-110 range is highly competitive and better buys are readily available. If you really like the design though, this is a good price compared to regular retail.

This pen should slot in about $60-65 base and $90 for oak. At the current price, I'll pass.
The lowest price I can find for a Sailor is the 1911 Standard for $156. Can you please link me to a model that is around $110?
Nice... I had an FC Ambition and its steel nib was buttery smooth. Sadly, I lost it a few months ago. With this Ondoro, I hope to experience again this FC nibs.
I'm new to Massdrop... If i order this today when will it ship?
Says near the bottom:
Estimated ship date is Mar 22, 2018 PT.

I went back and looked and found it after o posted. Thank you for answering.
Can someone confirm that the Greybrown version comes with the chrome grip as shown in the photo? I know it's a small detail but the grip on the resin versions is usually the same resin as the body, and the greybrown with chrome is a less common version.
FYI, Oak barrel is really close to the price on here through Staples if you don't want to wait.
I've been eyeballing this pen for a while. Got mine a couple weeks ago. Oak. Love it. Graf von Faber Castell Carbon Black is in it. EF nib is similar to a Lamy EF. My problem is now I want one with with a broad nib. Maybe in orange? Oh, the ink cartridge it shipped with exploded - thankfully the pen was wrapped and wasn't covered with ink.
Got my pen! Wow, as a avid pen collector, this will be my work horse for me in my design business. Need to get another one!
what's the price of this when it goes live usually? does it ship to Canada?
About $85 Base US + $30 for the Oak Version.
My orange Ondoro fountain pen arrived last week and after 4 pages of writing the fine nib has smoothed out perfectly. Beautiful looking pen, the cap is very heavy so I write with it off, whereas the body is light and feels perfectly balanced in my hand. Very glad I finally picked this one up.
Can anyone explain if this pen 's body/section strong? I seem to have gorilla hands and have cracked my pen sections... also, is the material slippery? I like my TWSBIs but they're so slippery after a few minutes of writing.
Received an email stating my Ondoro was delivered yesterday. Since yesterday was 2 days before the estimated ship date, I am a actually hoping the email was in error. I didn't receive my pen yesterday. Did anyone else get the actual pen early? EDIT: actually, it is here! I was fooled by the FedEx email sender. when I looked at the details, II saw it was transferred by FedEx to the USPS for delivery. Owing to torrential downpours yesterday, we had an unusually late mail delivery.

It's lovely, but the wood feels dry. I'm debating whether to rely on handling it to smooth and gradually oil it, or using a dab of lemon oil occasionally. Any thoughts?
Recommendations for treating the Faber Castell wood pen body were discussed recently on the Fountain Pen Network Forum and it was the general consensus that Bees Wax is the safest and most effective product for treatment and maintenence of the pen bodies.
Thank you! As it happens, I haven't tried any kind of treatment yet so I'll be sure to get some beeswax. And will go visit the FPN as well.
Is there somewhere you can get replacement nibs for this pen? I'm trouble deciding on a width and don't want to be stuck with the wrong choice. I see some replacements for other F-C models online but not the Ondoro.
Aren't they the same nibs? CMIIW