Lamy Joy Calligraphy Fountain Pen - Black - 1.9 mm Nib

Lamy Joy Calligraphy Fountain Pen - Black - 1.9 mm Nib

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One cannot help but rejoice over the smooth flowing ink and crisp calligraphy lines from the Lamy Joy Calligraphy fountain pen. It is easy to refill with ink cartridges and its unique fountain pen design allows for continuous ink flow. 1.1, 1.5, and 1.9 mm nib widths are available.

This pen is made of shiny black plastic, and features an ergonomic grip and flexible spring brass wire clip. A variety of ink cartridges or a Lamy converter can be used. Installing ink cartridges is easy—simply insert the cartridge into the pen nib section (no need to push completely), then twist the barrel onto the nib section. Attaching the barrel automatically punctures and installs the ink cartridge.

Includes one Blue Lamy T10 ink cartridge.

Note: This pen may come with ink residue in the nib from being dip tested by Lamy at the factory. As with all new fountain pens, we recommend giving your Lamy a good cleaning before you use it.

The video features a 1.5 mm Lamy Calligraphy Pen Nib.

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I have never owned a...
October 10, 2009
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I have never owned a Lamy before, this is my first one! I really am enjoying it. The nib writes very well, and smoothly. I think it is a good addition to the Parallel Pens I own. The Joy pens come in smaller widths compared to the Parallel Pens, so it is good for projects that require smaller lettering.

It's a also surprisingly lightweight. I really like the design. It is minimalist and contemporary looking, and I love the red and black combination. Jet Pens includes a converter with the pen, making it a really good deal. I definitely recommend it.
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The Joy is not any better...
December 28, 2014
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The Joy is not any better than a Safari. In fact, since it's a glossy black, they decided to make the edges a little sharper even. They should have rounded off the edges much more to make it more comfortable. The Joy is a little more expensive than the Safari, though it did come with a converter.

Since it's a little longer than a Safari, it's less portable. And while the cap can be posted, it looks a little ridiculous when you do so. On the plus side it comes in an attractive red (cardboard) box with a clear window.

Since the Lamy replacement nibs (including the calligraphy ones) fit all their pens (except the Lamy 2000), I don't recommend the Joy unless you like the long, tapered brush handle shape.
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Comparing this w/ Rotring...
July 5, 2016
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Comparing this w/ Rotring just about the same. The latter a great deal less.