I've an opportunity to get an Omas 360 from a friend before he puts it up on Ebay, one of the newer styles with the flat, angled ends and the cartridge/converter system, but I have some questions the seller doesn't seem to know. The nib appears to be a Broad nib, but as far as I can tell it doesn't have any indication marking as to its particular size. I've looked in the standard spot where Omas stamps its nib sizes, as well as everywhere else on the pen, but nothing. The nib is simply branded with 750 18k Omas. It's also shaped very differently from my other Omas pens, it's much shorter and a bit fatter, is this normal for the 360? Thanks for the help!
*edit* Also does anyone know if it's still an ebonite feed? It just looks very different from what I'm used to seeing with Omas pens.
Edited by Arctic_Wolf, 15 November 2017 - 03:42.