First impression: The package is a beautiful box as you can see in the photo. Also there is a case for the pen that is included. There is an Omas history pamphlet with nice photos and interesting information about the company, and the warranty. 5/5
I was really impressed by the package and hoped it was a sign that the content would be as good!
Design: 4,5/5 The pen as a beautifull black finish. I think it's coton resin. The pen has a nice size. Photo comparing Omas Ogiva, Danitrio Cum laude and Aurora Talentum.
It is lighter then the two other pens. It feels comfortable in my hand. I prefer larger pen. The clip rolls so it can't really damage a shirt pocket. The only issue I have is the clip, i think it should have been a little bigger. All in all the pen looks awsome. I chose the guilloche because I think it looks pretty cool. Also, silver trim is because I am one of these less glitter the better.
The nib: The nib is great. It is super smooth, a little flexi. I chose the medium nib, but it's a broadish medium. The nib is wet, and it has a ebonite feed. This is the smoothest pen I have. It's like butter. 5/5
Filling mechanism: It is a piston filler, great ink capacity. Very happy with filling mechanism. 5/5
value: It's an excellent pen. 5/5
It's one of my keepers. Now I just wish I had more to write...
Edited by Cloud, 25 January 2007 - 21:53.