Milano Kalahari Fountain Pens with chrome nibs by Osprey Pens®
The Osprey Milano was designed as a simple no frills daily writer that balances ergonomics and aesthetics. Beautifully crafted with ebonite (hard rubber) in gorgeous colors, its modular design offers 8 inter-changeable nib units, including Zebra G super flex and the luxury 14K gold nib units! Nib Units are interchangeable between both the Scholar and Milano. The pen comes with a standard international cartridge converter system or it can be converted to Eye-Dropper.
The SE Acrylic Milano is part of our special edition models. Made from precious resin, these new acrylic Milanos are completely original and stunning.
Our 2018 Special edition Milano Fountain pens should be available through our Osprey Dealers soon
*Please note: For our special edition Osprey Milano models, we caution using this model in the eye-dropper mode as they are made from precious acrylic resin. Unlike ebonite, which is stain proof, the consumer runs the risk of stains. We are working on releasing our cartridge capable Zebra G and Osprey EF inserts for compatibility with the acrylic Milanos.
Length (capped): 142.0 mm/5.59″
Length (uncapped): 127.9 mm/5.03″
Length (posted): 165.6 mm/6.51″
Diameter (barrel): 13.7 mm/0.54″
Diameter (section): 10.6 – 11.4 mm/0.41″ – 0.45″
Weight (all): 26 g
Weight (cap): 10 g
Weight (body): 16 g
Due to the acrylic resin in these pens, the manufacturer does NOT recommend use of the Zebra G Unit Nib at this time....expect an updated version in near future.
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