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Mohi Ebony Fountain Pen


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Hello friends ,


Greetings of the day .. :)


Here is a brand new Indian eyedropper- The Mohi Ebony fountain pen.


This is a wonderful fusion of ebonite and acrylic.


Considering my passion , it is gifted to me by my old pal residing at Aurangabad,India. He have purchased it for me from Abhay pens , Aurangabad, Maharashtra,India


Details :


Cap: Smoothly turned and finished from solid ebonite,flat top,chrome clip and cap ring.Teardrop clip with "Mohi" embossing on top side.Pen feels more balanced without posing the cap .


Barrel : Drilled and bored from ebonite rod. After boring , an acrylic rod is heavy press fitted at the end . Again drilling and fine boring of ebonite + acrylic assembly is done.Barrel is having multi start threads, cap can be dis assembled in single full turn.Thus the barrel is crafted , having most distinct feature , the 20 mm long nice broad ink vision window.I feel this is the only ebonite eyedropper pen having ink level window.


Section: Is having slight taper and very comfortable for writing long sessions.Section is having 10 mm threading length approx.Tight fit with barrel, no burping or blobbing.


Nib and feed : Smaller nib size compared to whole pen size , but writes smooth lines.It's a medium nib. I have loaded pen with my favorite Pelikan royal blue. Ebonite feed works really well .Writing example attached.(Nib and feed are of same size used in Airmail 58CB pen)


Cost : No idea, as it's a gift .


Conclusion : Indian ebonite pen lovers must have this pen in their collection . A truly well crafted pen ..


Hope you all will enjoy this review and pictures as well .. Comments are always welcome ..


Regards ,















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I think so too. The Acrylic bottom shouts innovation and really helps this pen stand out. I wouldn't be at all surprised if it'll become very successful. The clip looks nice too.

Is the feed (visible in the 2nd photo) the same tone brown ebonite as the section?

Thank you for sharing.

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Hi Mike ,


The ebonite feed is black colored


Thanks for reading and your comments



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Hi Hari ,


Due to this pen I got back in my good old school days .


I was using a transparent bottom pen like this one but with plastic barrel . That time I was only in 5th standard ..



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Does anyone having this type of pen ? If yes , please revert

no i dont have but surely would like to grab the same....

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