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  1. 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
  2. I've been foolishly mulling over the idea of acquiring an OMAS 360, and am consequently looking for a bit of advice to navigate my way through the various options. I find light pens a bit harder to produce really controlled writing with; heavier pens (35g +) generally suit me, although the balance of the pen is also important. Can you suggest 360 models that are: 1. Solid opaque (i.e not demonstrators or semi-translucent) 2. Heavy or on the heavier side 3. Standard length (@ 150mm) A. The Imagination is too heavy! B. The Magnum is too long! C. I'm drawn to the T2 and Vintage DLC
  3. Hello everyone - long time lurker, (almost) first time poster here. In memory of OMAS, I thought I would take - and share - a picture of my 360 collection... missing from the photo are only a clear demonstrator and a second ebony pen. What the sharp-eyed among you may have noticed is that these, apart from the Imagination, are all rollers! I like writing with them, and since I prefer rollers to fountain pens, this has dictated the direction which the collection has taken over time. Clockwise, from the top: - Lucens (gold trim) - Wild (Ltd Ed) - Wild - Blue cellulose - Burkina - Titanium
  4. Well said, from the Omas web site, here: OMAS is pleased to introduce the 360 SOLETERRE, a special creation realized in limited and numbered 360 pieces only, made to support education rights of children in Morocco, Ivory Coast and San Salvador, thanks to SOLETERRE.org For every 360 SOLETERRE purchased, OMAS will donate its profits to Soleterre and finance together the “education rights”. Buy your 360 SOLETERRE before October, 31st and receive your fountain pen at no delivery charge and with an ink bottle free of charge. The 360 SOLETERRE is available on OMAS.com exclusively with an Extra Fin
  5. i guys i had a question , does anyone know how to get the tarnish off the silver (don't know the type of metal Omas used ) bands on a vintage 360 fountain pen?
  6. Brand new here and having a crisis. The cap to my Omas 360 Oversize Fountain Pen got stepped on. (don't ask.) That pen is my favorite. I sent it to Kenro Industries (the authorized US repair agent) and they sent it on to Omas in Balogna. (That was 4 - 5 months ago.) They called Monday morning to tell me : a. Omas cannot repair (replace) the cap to your 360 Oversize. b. Omas will return damaged pen as is, or c. Omas will send you a new "Omas 360 Medea Fountain Pen, with Gold trim." I cannot find a photo of a "Medea..." anywhere so I do not know what I am trading for. Does anyon
  7. Hello everyone, I'm setting my sights on some larger pens. I think too much computer gaming at a young age made my hand a little sensitive, so I'm looking for something that manufacturers seem to reserve for their more expensive models - a girthier section. So I'm looking at (I have some credit on JM's site, so I'm choosing from their stock): an Omas 360 a Sailor KOP a Pelikan M1000 a Danitrio Takumi or Hakkaku (and a Nakaya dorsal fin, maybe?) and the recently released Bexley's OC 2014, which I can't yet buy I had a chance to handle a 360, and I mean that, strictly: it was u
  8. Well ... after many years I've finally purchased my first OMAS. Bryant at Pentime/Chatterley had a Summer special on this one. Not yet inked but new in box. Although having a closer look it has probably been tested judging by the smallest amount of turquoise ink inside the pen. I don't mind. Presenting the Omas 360, vintage turquoise in cotton resin from 2012. http://www.smugmug.com/photos/i-jqg42kp/0/X3/Omas%20360-6970-X3.jpg
  9. Florida Blue

    My First Italian Pen!

    Hello Italian fountain pen aficionados! This is my first post in this section of FPN and I wanted to show you all my first Italian pen, an OMAS 360. I have admired, but from afar, the 360 for several years now. I remember being intrigued by the clear 360 demonstrator with gold trim that was released several years and thinking that the design was fantastic. This past January, I attended the Philadelphia Pen Show and I was able to try the OMAS 360 in person. I have read on FPN that the 360 is one of those pens that you either "love or hate." Some find the triangular section uncomfortable

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