|Item Weight||10.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.5 x 0.5 x 0.6 inches|
|Item model number||L18F|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||L18F|
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Lamy Safari Fountain Pen, Yellow Fine Nib (L18F)
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- Made of ABS Yellow coloured plastic body
- Steel nib, polished. Size : Fine Point
- Accepts Z24 cartridge converter, sold separately.
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Made of sturdy ABS plastic. With flexible shiny chrome clip and Steel polished nib, comes With LAMY ink cartridge T 10, can be modified for use with Z24 converter.
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I do think the pen is a bit overpriced for what you get. The pen construction seems rough on the inside like when you have plastic molding tabs that were not all removed from the finished product. The pen is and the cap does spin when it is closed. I believe you are paying for the nib and this delivers the ink in a consistent and even manner so their are no ink drop outs are problems with missing strokes. The nib on this pen was fine but it is not what most people would consider a fine point. If you are looking for something that writes with a real fine line then you will want to get the extra fine nib. The fine nib writes thicker than a ball point pen or gel pen. If you need a fine line with this pen you can turn it upside down and write with it that way but it will feel a bit scratchy in that position.
Even with the issues this pen may have I still like it. I like that you can get it in different colors so you can load different inks in each and remember which one has which ink without having to write with it. The window helps give you a warning as to when the ink will be running out which is helpful when you plan on doing a lot of writing and don't want to run out in the middle. I purchased the refill converter (Z24) for this pen because I don't like purchasing cartridges and like the option to change to different color inks when I feel like it. It refill converter works great with the pen.
Overall I am happy with the pen and don't worry about carrying it around to the different places that I go. I don't worry that someone is going to want to steal it because it looks expensive.
I am revising my review of this product do to that face that the barrel cracked. I can't tell you how disappointed I am with the quality of this product considering how much it cost. (See the picture) Because of the crack the barrel will not stay tight and becomes loose as you write with the pen. I will not be buying another one of these even though I like the way it writes. I have say that future purchasers not buy this pen. It will break.
Miss Timmons, my third grade English teacher, was right, I had no business trying to communicate in the written medium and should stay with guttural sounds and thumping my chest. (and absolutely NO more throwing my poo).
But when I pick up this pen, I can write sonnets that make cats purr miles away and cows quietly low my name as they chew their cud. Heck, I just took the cap off one day when I was stopped in traffic and then everyone got out of my way! Good thing too since I had to clear the path for the ambulance that followed me.
I bought both the Fine and Extra Fine nibbed pens and I am glad I did. I am still learning he nuances of different papers and inks and so the different nibs work well on some papers and not others. I'm learning. At least I think I am. I still have the vacant look in my eyes when I look in the mirror but I can make words come out of this pen that would make John Shakespeare smile... but not William... he's an odd one.
I got this today and was stoked to write with it. I opened the pen and was surprised to find that instead of an ink cartridge it had the z converter. I'm happy about that because I was going to buy one anyway to use all sorts of bottled inks. So that saved me a few dollars. However I'm sad because I can't write with it today. I have no ink. Also I noticed that the nib advertised is the fine point. My pen has an extra fine. Once I get some ink I'll determine if that is a good or bad thing. Might have to fork over some more money to get the nib I thought I was getting. So since what I got was definitely not as advertised 3 stars.
Because of its sturdiness and affordability, Lamy Safaris are sometimes called "starter fountain pens." They are, indeed, the first fountain pens I ever tried, but I think calling them a "starter" pen is a bit mean; I use my Lamy pens frequently still despite having branched out to more, let's say, elegant brands. They're good pens, period.
Get a Z24 converter if you want to fill your pen from a bottle
It looks identical to the Black Safari I have except the color. But the yellow color is really nice on this one!
This one skips a little so I'm not sure if it’s a fake or just needs to be broken in.
Time will tell!