The Omas Ogiva Vision Turquoise Limited Edition fountain pen is a special pen born from a collaboration between Fook Hing Trading Co and Omas. This edition of the Ogiva Vision is limited to only 20 individually numbered pieces.


The pen is a translucent turquoise blue made of cotton resin. The rounded barrel has a classic design, accented with rose gold trims and black piston parts. A matching genuine agate cap rolling wheel completes the pen. The trademark Greek key etching is found on the central ring.

The most unique part of this piston-filling pen is its 14K gold extra flexible nib, which is plated in rose gold to match the rest of the pen. Nib grades available in extra-fine, fine, and medium. This nib is coupled with an ebonite feed to offer line variation and necessary ink flow.

Omas Ogiva Vision Turquoise Limited Edition is exclusive to Singapore’s Fook Hing Trading Co. The MSRP is $695.00SGD (~$560 US).

Be sure to check out our Awesome Review of the Omas Ogiva Vision Limited Edition fountain pen!


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  • Elaine T Maddox on Facebook

    Beautiful pen, I like Omas, they have cost me more than any other pen I think. And I gave fleeting thought to buying this and adjusting budget for the next year. I got control of myself. But I sure envy those who can spring for the purchase.

  • Elaine T Maddox on Facebook

    Beautiful pen, I like Omas, they have cost me more than any other pen I think. And I gave fleeting thought to buying this and adjusting budget for the next year. I got control of myself. But I sure envy those who can spring for the purchase.

  • http://twitter.com/youstruckgold youstruckgold

    Love the colour of this one – thank goodness I’m not such a big fan of the opaque ogivas or my bank balance would be in double negative!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002531418383 David E. Kerr on Facebook

    There’s nothing like a good Fook Hing.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002531418383 David E. Kerr on Facebook

    There’s nothing like a good Fook Hing.

  • http://www.facebook.com/nicholasyeo Nicholas Yeo

    This is a nice specimen! Its not opaque though, the spec sheet lists it as being made of “Semitranslucide” cotton resin.

  • Dustin_Brown

    This is the resin they should have used in the first place.

  • Maja

    That rose gold looks great with the blue of the fountain pen—nice choice!