Lamy Studio olive fountain pen, lacquer finish, steel nib, cartridge/converter, special edition
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This Olive Lamy Studio fountain pen is a special edition and only temporarily available
The special elegance of the LAMY studio demonstrates just how close design and art can be. The propeller-shaped clip accents the pen’s innovative form.
The Lamy Studio is available as fountain pen, ballpoint and roller pen.
This fountain pen uses Lamy cartridges. A converter is available separately.
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The plastic with soft feel section makes this pen considerably lighter than the ones with a metal section.
Schrijft super goed. Als linkshandige toch hele goede en cpnstante inktoevoer. De kleue is echt prachtig en een feest om tijdens he schrijven naar de pen te kijken. Hoop in de toekomst meer kleuren
Lamy nibs are interchangable. Therefore, it's the pen design that's different. I love the Safari because it's light and easy to use. However, the Studio pen has a really classy look regardless of colour. It's look is deceiving in that it looks heavy but it's not. It's heavier than a Safari, lighter than a Dialog. It's really great to take to meetings - looks great, feels great, writes great and doesn't burn a hole in the pocket.