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Video-Review: Osprey Scholar

It has been almost one year ago that I have reviewed the Osprey Milano – a pen made by the US-based pen manufacturer Osprey Pens.

Osprey pens does aim at pushing the skill of handwriting, priding itself of having “given over 100 schools in the USA ink, nibs, and fountain pens” as part of their CSR-outreach school initiative.

With this background, what could be more appropriate than offering a pen that is affordable (pupils) – and naming it “Scholar”.  And, being an academic myself, what could be more appropriate than me reviewing this pen. So here we go. 

Before we hop into the review, I would like to take the chance to thank Abhi of Osprey Pens, who offered to send me the pen for review. 

The video is, as always, preceded by some quick facts. Again, I hope the review is helpful and that you enjoy watching it!

Quick Facts

  • Osprey Scholar Solid Black (also available in “Duofold Orange”)
  • Resin body 
  • Silver-colored accents and trims / Clip can be removed
  • Cartridge/converter-filler (standard international) – pen can be eyedropper-filled
  • Available #6 steel-nib options: Fine (F), Medium (M) and Broad (B) – special nib options such as 14k gold or Zebra-G flex nibs are also available (plus the pen can be equipped with basically any #6-nib)
  • Price: 30 USD

Video Review

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