Lamy AL-star Charged Green ballpoint pen (special edition 2016), anodized aluminum
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The Lamy AL-star is the attractive, young writing instrument which satisfies even the highest requirements. With distinctive transparent grip and spring-action metal clip.
Made of feather-light robust aluminium, anodised in various colours.
The LAMY AL-star pearl is available as a fountain pen, ballpoint pen, and rollerball pen.
Lamy AL-star ChargedGreen fountain pen (special edition 2016), anodized aluminum, steel nib
Lamy AL-star Charged Green rollerball pen (special edition 2016), anodized aluminum, with M63 refill black
Lamy Safari Petrol, fountain pen 2017 Special Edition in matt dark blue plastic, black steel nib and black clip
This will be delivered including matching ink, ink eraser and pen pouch
Lamy AL-star Vibrant Pink ballpoint pen (special edition 2018), anodized aluminum
Lamy AL-star Turmaline fountain pen is the special edition for 2020 in anodized aluminum, steel nib
Lamy Safari Dark Lilac, ballpoint pen 2016 Special Edition in matt purple plastic and black clip
Lamy Logo Nut Brown ballpoint pen, made of stainless steel and flexible clip
Lamy Scala dark violet fountain pen dark violet color what conrasts very nice with the shiny chrome trim.
Made of stainless steel in dark violet lacquered finish and high-gloss chrome-plated grip and clip.
The Scala in color Dark Violet is a special edition and only temporarily available.
Lamy Logo M+ Laserorange ballpoint pen, made of plastic and stainless steel with flexible clip
Lamy Studio royal red special edition ballpoint pen, copper orange / warm orange lacquer finish with large M16 refill M black, twist mechanism
Special edition of 2012
I'm a sucker for limited edition Safaris and AL-Stars... and I had to add this one to my collection! Smooth writing and great grip. Can't fault it