on saleVisconti Opera Master Fountain Pen - Combustion (Limited Edition)

Product Code VI-KP28-10-RU-FP-EF

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on saleVisconti Opera Master Fountain Pen - Combustion (Limited Edition)

Product Code VI-KP28-10-RU-FP-EF

4 reviews

In Stock

out of stock

A Goulet exclusive, each individually numbered out of 88.

Product Highlights:
  • • Custom resin by Jonathon Brooks
  • • Hook Safe Lock
  • • Double Reservoir Power Filler
  • • 18k Gold Nib
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    MSRP $1150.00

    Combustion Polynesia Savanna

    Not sure which size nib is best for you?

    Try our Nib Nook tool to view and compare nib widths using our writing samples. Learn more ›

    The iconic Visconti Opera Master returns to the collection in a version made in collaboration with Jonathon Brooks, a color called: Combustion. 

    This fountain pen features a black body and cap with beautiful shimmering swirls of red and orange. The beloved Ponte Vecchio bridge clip features a bright red enamel to accent the Visconti name. It is accented with ruthenium trim. 

    This Visconti Opera Master Combustion fountain pen is limited to only 88, each individually numbered. It uses an oversized 18k white gold nib made in-house, closes via the 'hook safe lock', and fills via the double reservoir power filler.

    'Double Reservoir' Power Filler: A vacuum filling system that is easy to use and has considerable benefits. Patented in 1998, this is arguably the most advanced filling system ever developed in fountain pen history. The user is able to fill the pen with the equivalent of multiple cartridges of ink, and thanks to the two reservoirs, prevents ink from leaking during air travel.

    'Hook Safe Lock': This revolutionary closing system is very satisfying to operate and was created to lock the pen body into the cap to prevent the possibility of the pen accidentally unscrewing and leaking inside a pocket or bag.

    We do our best to photograph the pens to show how they will appear in person, but due to the nature of the material there will be some variation in the pattern seen here. This adds an element of uniqueness to the pen, with no two patterns being exactly the same.

    Fountain Pens
    Black, Red

    Whether or not the barrel of the pen is translucent, allowing you to see the ink and filling mechanism inside.

    Body Material
    Cap Rotations

    For pens with a screw-cap closure, how many rotations it takes to uncap/recap the pen.

    Cap Type

    How the cap is opened/closed from the barrel of the pen. Some common options include Snap-Cap, Screw-Cap, Magnetic Cap, or Capless (no cap).

    Hook Safe Lock
    Compatible inks & refills

    Which ink this pen will accept. Choices include bottled ink and various styles of pre-filled ink cartridges.

    Bottled inks
    Filling Mechanism

    How the pen fills with ink. Click here to watch our video tutorial on common filling mechanisms.

    Double Reservoir Power Filler
    Grip Material
    Nib Size
    Extra-Fine, Fine, Medium, Broad, Stub
    Nib Color
    Nib Material
    18k Gold

    Whether or not the cap fits securely onto the back of the barrel when open.


    Whether or not the nib/tip can retract into the body of the pen (usually for click or twist-open style pens).

    Diameter - Body
    15.6mm (0.61in)
    Diameter - Cap (without clip)
    17.3mm (0.68in)
    Diameter - Cap (with clip)
    20.3mm (0.80in)
    Diameter - Grip (mm)

    Measured from the place most people choose to rest their fingers, which varies with each pen.

    Length - Body

    The measurement from the back end of the barrel to the tip of the nib.

    139.3mm (5.48in)
    Length - Cap
    70.3mm (2.77in)
    Length - Nib

    The measured length of the visible portion of the nib when it is installed in the pen, from grip to tip.

    24mm (0.94in)
    Length - Overall (Closed)
    154.9mm (6.10in)
    Length - Overall (Posted)

    When the cap of the pen is posted onto the back of the pen body, this is the measurement of the entire pen including the nib.

    188mm (7.40in)
    Weight - Body

    If a converter is included with the pen, this weight is reflected in the total.

    31g (1.09oz)
    Weight - Cap
    19g (0.67oz)
    Weight - Overall (g)
    Max Ink Capacity - Piston Vac

    The maximum volume of ink that can fit in the pen when using the built-in piston or vacuum filling mechanism.


    Reviews & Questions


    How do I fill a fountain pen with ink?

    It depends on the pen's filling mechanism, which you can find in the Technical Specs section above.

    Here's a quick definition of the most common filling mechanisms:

    Cartridge - A small, disposable, sealed plastic reservoir that holds fountain pen ink. These come pre-filled with ink, and typically you just push to insert them into place and you'll be ready to write!

    Converter - A detachable and refillable ink reservoir that allows you to use bottled ink in a cartridge-accepting pen. Typically you will install the converter into the grip section, dip the nib/feed into the ink, and twist or pull the converter knob to draw ink into the converter. Here's a video for how to fill a cartridge/converter pen using a LAMY pen as an example.

    Eyedropper - A pen that utilizes the entire barrel as a reservoir for ink. Ink is directly filled into the barrel, allowing for a high ink capacity. Here's a video on how to do it!

    Piston - A type of filling system that uses a retracting plunger inside a sealed tube to draw ink into a pen. They are typically either twist or push-operated. These pens cannot accept cartridges or a converter, and only fill from bottled ink.

    Vacuum - A push-style piston that uses pressure to fill the large pen body with ink. They seal the ink chamber when closed, making it ideal for flying without risk of leaking.

    You can learn more with our Fountain Pen 101 video on Filling Mechanisms on YouTube.

    How do I clean a fountain pen?

    It depends on the filling mechanism, but it mostly comes down to flushing it out with water, and sometimes a little bit of Pen Flush if the ink is really stuck.

    It's a bit easier to show than to tell, so we've put together a few quick videos showing you the process:

    How to Clean a Cartridge/Converter Pen

    How to Clean an Eyedropper Pen

    How to Clean a Piston Pen

    How often do I need to clean my fountain pen?

    We recommend a good cleaning every 2 weeks, and any time you change ink colors.

    Water will usually do the trick, but we recommend you use our Goulet Pen Flush if the ink has been left in the pen for a while and could have dried up, or when you’re switching ink colors.

    My pen won’t write! What do I do?

    First things first... make sure you have ink in the pen! Be sure that the ink cartridge or converter is seated properly in the pen, and that you aren't out of ink.

    We always recommend you give your pen a good cleaning first, using our Goulet Pen Flush, or a drop of dish soap in some water. New pens often have some machining oil residue left in the feed, so a good cleaning often does the trick first.

    If that still doesn't work, try priming the feed. This consists of either dipping your pen nib and feed in ink, or forcing ink from the converter down into the feed.

    If it’s still not working after that, please reach out to us so we can help!

    What’s your return policy?

    You can submit a return request within 60 days of your order date. You can read all our Return Policies here.

    To initiate a return, please submit a request at the Return Portal. Our Customer Care team might reach out to you for more information.