Tag: lamy

Lamy Accent Fountain Pen Review

21 September 2015 By ian

Lamy make a lot of similar looking pens. The Linea, CP1, Logo, Pur, ST and Scala are all variations of slim metal cylinder with identical nibs. The Accent is no exception to this aesthetic, it’s particular schtick being a contrasting grip section. An accent, no less. In this pen’s case, the colour is similar (i.e. […]

Lamy Studio fountain pen

15 June 2015 By ian

This review was first posted on the Pen Company blog. I’m including it here for the sake of keeping this site comprehensive. It’s almost a year since I wrote this review but my views haven’t changed. This Lamy Studio is an all-metal fountain pen with a shiny metal grip and a soft lacquered brushed metal […]

Lamy Copper Orange Ink Review

7 April 2015 By ian

This is Lamy’s limited edition ink to go along with this year’s limited edition AL-Star. As far as I’ve been able to discover it’s only available in cartridges but I did think I saw someone mention getting a bottle of it, somewhere, so if you know if that’s possible please let me know. [EDIT: Daniel […]

First Impressions

4 March 2015 By ian

On Saturday a couple of new purchases arrived from Cult Pens. I just hadn’t been able to resist the (now finished) offer they had running with the Pen Addict. I’d bought one of the limited edition Lamy Copper Orange AL-Stars with a medium nib and a bottle of Pelikan Edelstein Mandarin. I’d had my eye […]

Lamy Vista Fountain Pen Review

19 January 2015 By ian

The Lamy Vista is plastic bodied fountain pen (also available as a rollerball, ballpoint and pencil). It’s available with extra-fine, fine, medium, broad and left-handed nibs at the point of sale but several italic nibs (such as this 1.5mm one) are available as extras. It costs around £14 in the UK and $30 in the […]