This pen is conveniently refillable with ink cartridges. No need to push in cartridges yourself, just insert the cartridge, twist the barrel, and the pen tightens to puncture the cartridge itself.
See how simple it is to refill the Lamy Safari fountain pen with a cartridge refill in the video below:
Includes one blue Lamy T10 cartridge. A variety of ink refill colors and Lamy converters are available.
The Lamy Safari pen was voted as Best Pen under $100 in Stylus Magazine's 2007 review. See the pen on JetPens.com TV:
|Model Number||LAMY L14EF|
|Design Style||Modern, Beginner-Friendly|
|Diameter - Grip||11.8 mm|
|Diameter - Max||12.4 mm|
|Length - Capped||13.9 cm|
|Length - Posted||16.5 cm|
|Length - Uncapped||12.9 cm|
|Pre-Installed Ink Color||Blue|
|Tip Length||17.2 mm|
|Tip Size||Extra Fine|
April 18, 2013
This pen is wonderful....
This pen is wonderful. I dont spend a ton of money (any really) on nice paper and I have never had a problem writing with it. I've even been able to write on napkins. What really impressed me about this pen was how durable it is. This winter my pen fell out of my pocket in the snow and I thought it was lost and was saving up for a new one. Thankfully, my finacee found it in the yard before I actually made a purchase. Despite spending a couple weeks outside in various weather conditions (Chicago. what can you do?) it worked exactly as it did before I lost it. There were very minor scratches in the anodizing but much less tha what I epected would happen. If you are considering this pen I would definitely buy it. Writing with anything else (in the under $100 category) just isnt the same.
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November 12, 2014
I love this pen....
I love this pen.
June 1, 2014
The Lamy Safari fountain...
The Lamy Safari fountain pen is soooo smooth! My fine-tip nib is super smooth, and you barely need to exert pressure to get it to flow. This German-made pen has a plastic body, an ergonomic grip and is affordable. The Safari came in a cool box, and after trying it out, it just blew me away. This fountain pen is great for students and people who want a simple, everyday fountain pen without it breaking the bank. The body of the pen has a convenient window to see how much ink is remaining, instead of constantly opening the pen. It also comes in several colors, and boy was it difficult to choose one (I got the white). The pen also has a simple clip to secure on your clothes, pockets or in a bag. A great starter fountain pen.
November 13, 2013
I'm afraid I'm in the...
I'm afraid I'm in the camp of those disappointed in a extra-fine nib that writes medium-ish. I write small, but this thing is forcing the space in my log books. I will say that to me it is very smooth on absolute crap paper (which is all they give me at work) and plays happily in my little Rhodia notebook. I have additionally noticed, unfortunately, that the ink flow isn't consistent, regardless of the paper. This could be due to the J. Herbin Lierrre Sauvage ink I'm running in a converter, or maybe I should try cleaning the thing. First time going back to FP's after 30 years, maybe it's just me.
Really like the feel of the pen in my hand, very pleased with the smoothness across the board, but way disappointed in the EF nib fiasco (should have believed the other reviews). Probably won't buy any more for daily use, but I can see using it with red ink to red-line drawings.
Pilot Penmanship Fountain Pen with Ergo Grip - Extra Fine Nib was one I've picked out with an EF nib that is; a little scratchy, but really like the line width.
May 13, 2011
Wonderful pen. The EF...
Wonderful pen. The EF point is a little "dry" in the writing, and hasn't really broken in yet. I'm using Nooder's Bay State Blue (the bluest blue I have ever seen) and it seems to feed very well.
The pen is very sensitive to the kind of paper. If you use it on a high quality paper, it is super smooth and wonderful (it's a dream on a Rhodia dotpad). On cheap paper, it is very scratchy and seems to feed very differently. I think EF nibs are more demanding of paper finish, while a F or M nib wouldn't be so picky.
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