I have wanted to review the Lamy Studio for quite a while now, since I have always had the feeling that this is a great but rather underestimated pen. Underestimated, because I had and still have the feeling that many people are not really aware of the pen – it is not seen or talked about all too often. This is a pity, because the Lamy Studio is a really good deal at its price point, in my opinion. It’s a solid writer for advanced users and a great pen for beginners that seek to move one step forward in upgrading their fountain pen game.
The great people at The Pen Company were kind enough to help me out with a review pen, which I would like to take the chance to express my appreciation for.
So here’s the video-review – preceded by some quick facts. I hope the review is helpful and that you enjoy watching it!
- Lamy Studio – Fountain Pen, imperial blue
- Stainless steel body with a soft-lacquer finish
- Available in black and silver-steel as well as some luxury models in anthracite or palladium
- Available nib sizes: EF – B (steel) as well as gold nib options
- Nibs are swappable with many other Lamy models, e.g. Safari, AL-star, Vista, Accent, etc.
- Costing around 45 € – available for example at The Pen Company (coming with a converter here)
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