Average Customer Review
2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful
The best fountain pen...
, April 7, 2008
The best fountain pen under $100. I think that's what Forbes said. Anyway, it's
great! I'd recommend getting the converter though and finding a bottle of ink
with a color unique to you. If you're gonna use a fountain pen, you might as
well take advantage of the things that make it special. Though, by default it
takes cartridges and require no more thought than a ball point pen for the most
part. It's reliable, uses quality materials, and thankfully is available in an
extra fine nib. I love mine.
1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful
I love the EXTRA FINE...
, October 24, 2012
I love the EXTRA FINE nib! It is like a dream come true. It is a lot finer than
the ordinary FINE nib Lamy, which has been my favorite fountain pen since I
started collecting them. Yet the EXTRA FINE lamy is surprisingly smooth for the
extra-fine point. My handwriting is quite small and fine, so this fountain pen
is ideal for petit writing. I can highly recommend it for experienced fountain
pen writers looking for a Extra fine nib. The pen itself is light even with the
cap attached at the back. Lamy thank you for creating the Extra-fine nib, and
thank you to jet pens for selling this Extra-fine product (No pun intended).
I must say I am impressed....
, November 9, 2012
I must say I am impressed. Based on the reviews given so far are very accurate.
I am a virgin to fountain pens and this is my first. I did as suggested and
bought the z24 cartridge converter and twisted the little thingamajigger to suck
up the ink into the cartridge. I got the noodler's bulletproof black. The tip
is very fine and writes with precision. I am pleased.