It is probably no secret that I quite like Lamy pens. I have already reviewed the imperial blue Studio (a review of the brushed steel one is in the making) and not too long ago I have also reviewed an all-time-classic – the Al-Star. Once Lamy had announced the Lx, which essentially is an upgraded version of the Al-Star, it seemed only natural to me that I had to get my hands on one of these in order to shoot a review.
Having that said, I would like to take the chance to thank my partner Penworld.eu for their kind assistance with this pen, so that I could actually shoot this review. Penworld carries a large part of the Lamy range, and you can of course also get the Lx from them. (There are no affiliates included here and I will not benefit in any way by you buying from Penworld. This is just a shoutout and appreciation of a partner I work with.)
Now on to the video-review below, which is, as always, preceded by some quick facts. Again, I hope the review is helpful and that you enjoy watching it!
- Lamy Lx (Palladium)
- Anodized aluminium body
- Accents and trims palladium (plated)
- Smokey-grey semi transparent, triangular grip section
- Cartridge-/converter filler (Lamy proprietary – cartridge: T10, converter: Z24 or Z28)
- Ink window
- Available steel-nib options: Extra Fine (EF), Fine (F), Medium (M) and Broad (B)
- Price: around 50 €
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