Lamy Al-Star Fountain Pen - Extra Fine Nib - Graphite Gray Body

$38.50
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4.6 (14 reviews)
DescriptionSpecificationsFrequently Asked Questions (1)
Lamy is a world-famous pen company headquartered in Germany. Their Al-Star line consists of high quality pens made of aluminum, steel nibs and self-sprung metal clips. This pen is conveniently refillable with ink cartridges. there is no need to push in the ink cartridges yourself. Just insert the cartridge and twist the barrel closed, and the pen tightens to puncture the cartridge itself.

One Blue Lamy T10 cartridge is included.

Model NumberLAMY L26EF
Weight1.3 ounces
ManufacturerLamy
Body Color Gray
Body Material Metal (Aluminum)
Clip Material Metal
Clippable Yes
Converter-Compatible Yes
Design Style Modern, Beginner-Friendly
Diameter - Grip 11.2 mm
Diameter - Max 12.9 mm
Grip Color Transparent Black
Grip Material Plastic
Ink Refillable Yes
Length - Capped 13.9 cm
Length - Posted 16.7 cm
Length - Uncapped 13.0 cm
Mechanism Capped
Pre-Installed Ink Color Blue
Tip Length 17.0 mm
Tip Material Metal (Stainless Steel)
Tip Size Extra Fine
Q: My Lamy fountain came with ink in the nib. Did I receive a used pen?
Lamy dip tests its fountain pens at the factory, and it is not uncommon for new Lamy fountain pens to have some ink residue in the nib. As with all new fountain pens, we recommend giving your new Lamy a good cleaning before you use it. For more info, read How to Clean a Fountain Pen.

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Writes very nicely. ...
August 22, 2011
Verified Purchase
Writes very nicely. I save five star reviews for things which are unbelievably great. This is just very good, and I'm not inclined to pay any more than this for a fountain pen. I buy them to write with, not to display.

Writes very smoothly, and feels good in my hand. I got the extra-fine nib, and absolutely cannot tell the difference between it and the fine nib on my Lamy Safari in side by side writing. Not really important, as it's just about where I want it for the kind of writing I do.

The fact that it seems a sturdier than the Safari justifies the extra money. The Al-Star will see a lot of use.
6 people found this helpful
I ordered this pen along...
December 20, 2010
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I ordered this pen along with a converter so that I can use any colored ink that I wish. I am very glad that I purchased this pen rather than something lighter, since I prefer the feel of a slightly heavier pen. As far as the extra fine nib goes, I do not find it too fine for my handwriting, it actually makes my handwriting look much better ^.^ Now I cannot wait for my second fountain pen to arrive.
4 people found this helpful
lksandrock
This was my first Lamy...
January 7, 2011
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This was my first Lamy fountain pen purchase, and I am extremely satisfied. It looks great, it writes very well, and with a converter, I am able to use any bottled ink I wish. Mine is currently filled with J. Herbin's Eclat de Saphir and it flows beautifully. Now, I find myself taking every opportunity to write things down, just so I can use my fountain pens. Thanks, JetPens!
2 people found this helpful
lksandrock
Writes beautifully and...
October 19, 2008
Verified Purchase
Writes beautifully and smoothly. It's slightly heavier than the Safari, which makes this just about perfect. The graphite coloring makes it feel professional, and it's a very solid construction.

The nib tends to be a tad messy using the converter cartridge, but still writes nice and smoothly.
2 people found this helpful
While I am thoroughly...
January 23, 2012
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While I am thoroughly enjoying the way this pen writes the grip is getting me down. There are groves in the barrel for your fingers which force me to hold the nib at a certain angle. Maybe it's because I'm left-handed but I'm finding it awkward. Next time I'll buy a fountain pen with a round, smooth barrel. I think that will alleviate the problem.
1 person found this helpful
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