Lamy Dialog 3 Fountain Pen - Medium Nib - Silver Body

Lamy Dialog 3 Fountain Pen - Medium Nib - Silver Body

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1.5 (2 reviews)
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The strikingly modern and minimalist design of the capless Lamy Dialog 3 belies the wonder of its elaborate technical design and craftsmanship. With a 180 degree twist of the barrel, the pen's 14k solid gold nib extends smoothly and locks securely into place. As the nib extends, the clip retracts to lie flat against the body of the pen, increasing overall writing comfort. When the nib is retracted, a ball valve automatically closes to protect it from dirt and dry-out. The Dialog 3 was created by renowned Swiss designer Franco Clivio and has been recognized with three of the most prestigious design awards in the world: the Good Design Award, the Red Dot Award, and the iF DESIGN Award.

This stunning pen features a palladium finish and includes a nice gift box, one blue ink cartridge, and one Z 26 converter.

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I love the other Lamy...
September 15, 2012
I love the other Lamy products that I have bought and had high hopes for this one to. But it was not to be. I have large hands and like a large diameter heavy pen. That was the only good think about it I'm not sure about how it writes because I had nothing but trouble getting the ink to flow it skipped and stopped writing all the time I tried several diferent inks with the same results. But the worst thing is that the tip drys out when it is closed. I had trouble getting it to start writting everytime I let it sit then it would start skipping again. I'm using a converter and pulling the ink thru the nib but once that ink is gone its starts skipping. I has very disapointed Lamy has always had such good products.
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I bought this pen and...
September 30, 2015
I bought this pen and have had nothing but problems. At first the mechanism was smooth but after one week of use it began to get stuck and only with great force could it be opened. Then it came out of alignment. I returned it to Lamy for repair and it the problem was fixed for a few weeks but now only operates with great force. Someone needs to go back to the drawing board. Warning -- do not buy this pen!