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LAMY Dialog 3 Fountain Pen, Fine Nib Point (L74F)

by Lamy

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  • Fountain Pen with fine nib
  • Palladium finish with cartridge filling system
  • Twist mechanism
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Technical Details
Brand NameLamy
Item Weight3.2 ounces
Product Dimensions6.1 x 0.4 x 0.4 inches
Item model numberL74F
ColorSilver
Number of Items1
SizeFine
Point TypeFine Point
Ink ColorSILVER
Manufacturer Part NumberL74F
  
Additional Information
ASINB002YQ6A20
Best Sellers Rank #110,107 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableNovember 25, 2009
  
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Product Description

The LAMY dialog 3 is a revolutionary fountain without a cap. Thanks to a fascinating twist mechanism the nib slides elegantly out of the interior of the barrel, while the clip retracts onto the shell. The twist-action fountain pen is then ready to write. When the fountain pen is twisted closed a ball valve automatically moves in front of the opening and protects the retracted nib from drying out and getting dirty. The clip lifts up and the fountain pen can be clipped into a pocket or bag. Twist-action fountain pen in palladium finish. With cartridge filling system with ink cartridge LAMY T 10 blue, converter Z 26 and pen case made of beech. With full retractable 14 Kt bi-Color gold nib, anodized.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By sbyinpa on November 15, 2012
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I received the pen in a timely fashion, overseas in about a week. The price was very reasonable, and the pen arrived in fine shape. I had watched a number of YouTube reviews of this pen, was intrigued, had a little extra cash since I hadn't bought a new pen in over a year, and decided to splurge. The mechanism is marvelous. Unlike the Pilot Vanishing Point, which sports a ball-point-like push button, the nib advancement is through twisting the back part of the barrel against the front. As you do this, a spherical shell covering the retracted nib slides to one side as the nib extends. What I like about the pen is its intricate engineering and sleek look; there are just two things I don't like. The first is that the ink flow is a bit skimpy. If I write slowly enough it keeps up, but the line gets a bit anaemic if I go too fast. It doesn't stop flowing altogether, but it does get a might pale. So far I've tried both the cartridge (blue, included with the pen) and the converter (using Parker b/b Quink). It may just be that the nib needs some adjusting, and I may try to find a Lamy dealer nearby (in the UK) to do this, but that's a hassle one shouldn't have to deal with at this price range. The second thing I don't like is something that probably can't be remedied without redesign: when the converter is fully inserted into the section, only the twist knob is visible and you can't see how much ink there is. Knowing how much I and many others appreciate being able to gauge the ink reserve, I'm surprised the designer of this pen didn't think to allow for even a couple of millimeters of view space. My actual rating is somewhere closer to a 3.5 than a 4 star.
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This is one of my favorite pens for several reasons. First, it is pure art and people really notice it. When they finally see it is a pen they think it is a space pen. There are a few real issues with it and some considerations.

First the considerations. It is large. Both the length and the diameter. It is also a heavy pen. Both of which work well if you have issues with your hands. The weight coupled with the larger diameter make for effortless writing.

The other consideration is the form factor.. it is round and straight, so it is like a large piece of chalk.

Issues. I have had issues with the internal mechnical twisting action. Also the issue with it drying out and inkflow, so much for airtight. I have never had issues with other Lamy pens, so this was a bit of a disappointment for me.

I do love the pen, but the issues I have had with it really made me knock down 2 stars. Others might even knock it down a bit more.
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The best pen I have ever had.
Great Design and Brand, very smooth nib, The Extra Fine is similar to the fine nib of the Lamy Safari.
I would surely recommend it for people who need a signature pen to carry around and who can use it for signing and stuff, feels great to write with it too despite the fact that the pen is heavy and large to hold.
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