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I always wondered about...
, February 16, 2011
I always wondered about the shape of this pen–in photos, it looks awkward.
Hold it in your hand, though, and you'll discover the extremely
well-thought-out, svelte design that made me reconsider many pens I have loved
for years (and I'm stubborn!). My only complaint is that it becomes top-heavy
when the cap is posted, but it's a minor gripe considering the excellent writing
quality and a price that mortals can afford. Subtle details will come to light
the more you use it, and I'm considering getting a ballpoint too. Stop
wondering–you should own one of these!
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I absolutely adore this...
, September 9, 2011
I absolutely adore this pen. Holding it becomes so natural its like writing with
air. Never splotches, never skips. Sleek look and the lightweight design makes
it a perfect match for my rhodia webbie. awesome awesome awesome!
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This pen is wonderful,...
, February 28, 2011
This pen is wonderful, from the high-quality plastic to the super smooth nib,
this thing has blown me away completely. This is a must buy for anyone looking
to switch to a fountain pen, but doesn't have very much money. Also shipping
from Jetpens was very fast and there were no issues at all. This was a great
first purchase and probably many more will ensue...
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The pen so nice I bought...
, February 28, 2011
The pen so nice I bought it twice (I have this one and the white and chrome F
I love the triangular grip on this pen. I have large-ish hands -- for
perspective, I can stretch an octave and a key on a baby grand piano -- and I
find the Lamy exceptionally comfortable. It's lightweight, and I honestly don't
have too much of a problem with the cap when posted, though it is a bit of extra
The nib is stiff and isn't the smoothest nib I've ever written with (that
distinction goes to my Namiki Vanishing Point), but it is exceptionally
consistent and I almost never get any scratching or feathering. I write on cheap
looseleaf paper most of the time, as I'm a student, and I honestly have no
complaints. It's well worth the price as it's almost completely indestructible
-- I use it for that reason alone much more than some of my other pens.
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Really I couldn't find...
, May 9, 2011
Really I couldn't find anything bad about this pen it dosn't feather or bleed
through when you write, and one of my favorite things is the grip it fells great
in your hand.