Opus 88 Koloro Fountain Pen
Opus 88 Koloro Fountain Pen
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Featuring an eye-catching combination of ebonite and resin, the Opus 88 Koloro is a great choice for anyone seeking an eyedropper-filled fountain pen. The transparent body gives you a view of the ink level and the nib when the pen is capped Read More

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Designerman1
3
Mar 20, 2019
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You can purchase it for $65.10 right now at www.endlesspens.com
Mar 20, 2019
choiceweb0pen0
269
Mar 21, 2019
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Also not free shipping.
Mar 21, 2019
TSherbs
22
Jun 21, 2019
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$74.10 + shipping today (6-21-19)
Jun 21, 2019
rjjone2
1
Mar 20, 2019
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Mar 20, 2019
IJWF040
4
Feb 3, 2019
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Does anyone have information or updates on the delivery delay? I'm really looking forward to using this pen and hopefully others from Opus 88.
Feb 3, 2019
bongo47
2
Feb 14, 2019
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I’m hoping that customer service is right and the shipper just didn’t scan the label right. Maybe mine really is in the mail. Enjoy!
Feb 14, 2019
bongo47
2
Feb 20, 2019
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Finally came yesterday, and yeah, I’m kind of loving this pen.
Feb 20, 2019
stjdct
1
Jan 24, 2019
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I've never before had a delay with Massdrop. Does anybody have any input about this one? Thanks.
Jan 24, 2019
K.T.N
1242
Dec 29, 2018
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Neat looking pen. I like it.
Dec 29, 2018
katerchen
270
Dec 26, 2018
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I really like mine. Jumped on it soon after they showed up at the small US retailers. Paid full price too *sadface* The nib looks like a standard #5, so you can play with it to your heart's content. In fact : I was able to fit a Franklin Christoph nib unit in there (I had an extra SIG nib, which I now should treasure as there will be no more made with the passing of Jim Rouse :( ) Or you can just experiment with swapping the nib only. It's friction fit. Ink capacity is humongous. The eye dropper is workable but I prefer blunt syringes (so as to not get ink on the threads). One last thing to mention : this is a writing pen, not a quick note taker. The cap takes 3.5 (!) full turns to remove. EDIT: Here's a filling trick I learned. First of all : don't fill the barrel all the way : the section will need room to be screwed back in ... Also : on the first fill when the feed is still completely dry, only screw in the section enough that it won't leak. *then* turn the pen nib down and finish securing the section. This will force out a bit of ink, saturating the feed. Oh and do this over a couple of paper towels.
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Dec 26, 2018
jpelham
5
Mar 22, 2019
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Yes, it's an Eco. That it's the only TWSBI to rely on a friction fit is news to me. I had it only briefly before our 'falling out.' Maybe a faulty assembly. Thank you for the photo. The Opus nib/feed looks more substantial. I like the high capacity seal system, but will likely save for a Pilot 823 or Conid version. Thanks again.
Mar 22, 2019
Ghostwriter
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Mar 28, 2019
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Hey, thanks for this. I was unaware that the nib-unit/collar unscrewed from the section like that. And props for the warning about the o-ring - that little bugger is certainly tiny. I like the engineering that went into this pen - no leaky bits between the nib-unit & section, etc. The Opus 88 team have done themselves proud as far as I am concerned. And yes, I'm fairly certain the nibs are Jowo - I just can't find where I read that now.
Mar 28, 2019
Moose55
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Dec 26, 2018
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Does this have a firm or soft nib?
Dec 26, 2018
CamMSale
1
Dec 26, 2018
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the nib is stainless steel and quite firm.
Dec 26, 2018
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