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Lamy Studio Fountain Pen - Stainless Steel
Product Code LMY-L65
This brushed stainless steel Lamy Studio fountain pen has a propeller shaped bright chrome metal clip, a steel nib, and comes with an ink cartridge and a Z26 converter to get you started writing right away!
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Lamy Studio Fountain Pen - Stainless Steel

This brushed stainless steel Lamy Studio fountain pen has a propeller shaped bright chrome metal clip, a steel nib, and comes with an ink cartridge and a Z26 converter to get you started writing right away!

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Fountain Pens
Pen Model
Lamy Studio
Body Color
Body Material
Cap Type
Compatible inks & refills
Bottled inks, Proprietary ink cartridges
Filling Mechanism
Cartridge, Converter
Grip Material
Nib Color
Nib Material
Nib Size
Extra-Fine, Fine, Medium
Diameter - Body
Diameter - Cap (without clip)
Diameter - Cap (with clip)
Length - Body
Length - Cap
Length - Nib
Length - Overall (Closed)
Length - Overall (Posted)
Weight - Body
Weight - Cap
Weight - Overall
0.330 lbs
1.000 in
1.000 in
1.000 in
Lamy Studio Fountain Pen - Stainless Steel is rated 4.55 out of 5 by 20.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lamy Studio - First Pen 2.5 Years ago and still one of my Favorite This pen was my first fountain pen purchased around 2.5 years ago and is to date still one of my favorites and one of the few that is kept inked daily (2.5 years now it's been inked the whole way through). The rubbery grip is a great feature and allows it to be a work horse as most pens are some form of metal that really get annoying to write/draw with over a long period of time whereas with this, I can go for hours. I own some great pens since, such as some Sailors, Platinums, Montblancs & Parkers of various kinds, but this pen is still one of my favorites to write with for daily use. I always keep it inked with Noodler's Black. Can't recommend it enough, especially as a first pen or a daily use pen.
Date published: 2015-06-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My favorite pen so far. Just got this pen today, and I love it. It's my most expensive pen so far, and it's blowing my mind. It feels really smooth, but has the a minute amount of feedback, which I enjoy. It's pretty wet compared to my other pens, but not a gusher. The ink flows really well, though. Also, the pictures don't do this pen justice. It's a beautiful pen, really shiny. The rubbery section also provides a great grip. I would definitely recommend this pen. From the pens I've used so far, Lamy is definitely my favorite brand. They never disappoint.
Date published: 2015-05-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice pen ---fragile finish --- beautiful writer See my review below (same title). Grerald Choi makes some remarks about the sharp edges and scratching. Taking an emery board (or fine sandpaper) to the end of the cap and the barrel where they meet will smooth those rough edges. It also pays to line the inside of the very end of the barrel with plastic (or perhaps paint with lacquer) to prevent the cap from scratching the barrel when posted. But that's not why I'm writing again. Having used this pen a lot, with both round (EF) and 1.1mm stub nibs, it's become my favorite pen. It has good flow, great balance, and the rubberized section grip feels much better in the hand than the Studio models with polished chrome sections. I post the pen and the balance is perfect for me. Yes, I wish the finish were much harder --- is it REALLY stainless? But the pen is a pleasure to write with!
Date published: 2014-11-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice pen ---fragile finish Writes well, looks VERY sleek. A very cool-looking object. The brushed "stainless" seems soft and vulnerable to scratches. Maybe it's really brushed aluminum? The edges of the barrel and cap are quite sharp. You may want to smooth them with an emery board. If you post this pen, I suggest lining the last 1/4" of the open end of the cap with acetate film to avoid scratching the barrel. This may help the painted finish Lamy Studio's too.
Date published: 2014-10-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from More than a fountain pen... I have to review the pen and Goulet Pens too. First, after trying different pens, ordering one from Goulet Pens that just didn't work for me, then returning it and pestering Brian with all sorts of email questions, I ordered and received this pen. I am very happy with the pen - light, solid, good looking, smooth and an Lamy. I am even more happy with the outstanding service and information that Brian helped me with, even though, in my mind I approached that status of a "problem child". Thanks, Brian and everyone at Goulet Pens. When looking for quality products, it always pays to buy from a quality dealer. Goulet Pens has me as a loyal customer, for good reason.
Date published: 2014-10-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from not pleased I got this pen for myself as a Christmas present. I have used it regularly for the last few months. However, I have noticed over the last couple months the cap has loosed up quite a bit. At first I thought it was the retaining ring at the base of the nib, I was wrong. I was able to take the cap apart and found that the cheap plastic inner cap has stretched. This now allows about a millimeter of play when the pen is capped. I'm sure the plastic has stretched from capping and uncapping the pen. But I feel that for the price of this pen, it should have held up better.
Date published: 2014-10-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Beautiful Pen with Some Considerations Be aware this is the only Studio style/color that has an easy to hold grip section. Others are polished steel and reported to get slippery. Pen writes nicely, operates firmly with cartridge or filler. A bit back-heavy when posted, but feels good. Brushed steel very attractive, but eventually shows dings in normal usage. One design decision intended to keep the posted cap from marking the barrel unfortunately reveals an irritating design flaw. When closed, the lip of the cap does not sit flush against the pen barrel section, so there's some floppy play when you pick it up. Imagine a slight bell-clanging motion, very noticeable when posted as well and unfortunate for an otherwise very substantial pen. Still, it's a very nice instrument.
Date published: 2014-10-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Improvements over Safari/AL-Star with one caveat I have the stainless steel with black plastic section above the nib. The pen is attractive in an industrial, utilitarian way. The plastic section above the nib is perfect for me as my fingers get sweaty. Excellent grip. I opted for a medium nib for bigger lettered correspondence. Very smooth and puts down a lot of ink. Only caveat is that the cap, when posted, is slightly loose. The open end will shake ever so slightly. Not enough to make noise or distract. I knew this before buying the pen, and I post caps whenever possible. I post this one without issue too. Just be aware.
Date published: 2014-10-20
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