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*** My Fave!! *** I...
March 20, 2011
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*** My Fave!! ***
I was enjoying my Lamy Joy with it's 1.1 nib so much at my desk, but I wanted a shorter body style that would be easier to carry with me. The clear Lamy Vista is so cool looking and easier to carry, but I don't want a plain fountain pen nib. So I bought this 1.1 nib, plus a new Vista- Viola! My perfect, don't-go-anywhere-without-it pen! The nib that comes on your Lamy will slide off (with some firm persuasion), and this nib will slide right up in place. I bought a 1.9 as well, for lettering some large projects. The 1.1 makes your everyday handwriting look so great, and you can write fast with it. My favorite ink is Noodlers bulletproof Polar Blue. I was just at a meeting where we all submitted short written reports. The moderator actually held up my paper and said to the group 'Look at this great handwriting!' I should have said, 'It's not me- it's the pen!' How funny, because I had just created my perfect pen with this nib! :)
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Wow! I never thought...
March 21, 2011
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Wow! I never thought calligraphy nib could be this fun! I put it on Lamy vista and it writes fantastically! I always thought I will not like think lined nibs but I am really enjoying it..thanks to this cheaper way to improve my handwriting. Highly recommended!!

I even use it on Moleskine, which I never thought could take anything other than extra fine nib! My secret is however Lamy blue ink, which never bleeds or feathers on moleskine pages even with this stub nib! I have tried so many inks with so many pens all bleed etc...this combination, however, works well.
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if you like broad nibs...
August 18, 2010
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if you like broad nibs this one will fit perfectly, it gives to a daily writing a very good look
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The lines aren't as sharp...
July 13, 2014
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The lines aren't as sharp as I thought they would be, as the nib's edge is slightly more rounded. More like a cursive italic nib than a true calligraphy nib. Still, with the right paper, you can see the variation, and it looks good. Cheaper papers will just feather and make it look like a regular ol' broad nib. I found that drawing (not sketch) paper has the right levels of thickness and absorbency.

It writes buttery smooth, and you can really showcase some of your better inks with this nib without it being too wide. Lovely!

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Wonderful! I didn't expect...
March 31, 2013
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Wonderful! I didn't expect this to be so smooth right off the bat, but I was pleasantly surprised. Immediately lays down a consistent and slightly wet line of ink (as most Lamy nibs do) and adds interesting line variation to your writing and drawing. I think I may have to get the 1.5mm after trying this one!
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Not bad for everyday...
April 18, 2012
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Not bad for everyday use.

Smooth writer, makes my cursive handwriting look better! :) Glad I bought this.
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The line variation on...
July 13, 2011
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The line variation on the paper alone automatically replaces my F and EF nibs for my pen!
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Not too impressed with...
November 25, 2015
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Not too impressed with this nib because it is so stiff! Lamy's aren't known for their flexibility but I hope I can work with this.
Very smooth with crisp...
October 2, 2015
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Very smooth with crisp lines.
Writes well, smoothly,...
August 29, 2015
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Writes well, smoothly, with no issues. A pleasant stub nib especially for the price.
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