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Lamy Studio Fountain Pen - Imperial Blue
Product Code LMY-L67IB
This Lamy Studio fountain pen has a matte dark blue lacquer finish with high gloss chrome grip. It 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 - Imperial Blue

This Lamy Studio fountain pen has a matte dark blue lacquer finish with high gloss chrome grip. It 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
Broad, 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
0.350 lbs
1.000 in
1.000 in
1.000 in
Lamy Studio Fountain Pen - Imperial Blue is rated 4.6875 out of 5 by 32.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Beauty and the Beast What an absolutely gorgeous pen; satin blue metal body,shiny chrome accents! This is really a lovely pen. It was to be my "Precious", but things fell apart quickly. Being all metal, this is a realtively heavy pen especially when posted. The highly polished grip section I found uncomfortable to hold for an extended time. I placed some Scotch Tape arround the section which did help the grip, however it did not help the asthetics. The fine Lamy nib writes smoothly with minimal feedback and is not at all scratchy; no flow issues at all. "Beauty" now has found a loving home in my pen case while its less expensive sister Safari continues to be my "everyday" pen.
Date published: 2015-03-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My favorite pen I fell in love with fountain pens when I bought a Lamy Safari. I then bought some Al-Stars, a Joy, a Nexx, a CP1, this Studio, and a Logo. This is my favorite pen, and it's the most expensive of those I own. It is so smooth when writing. I love the weight of the pen, the clip style, and although it is the same nibs used by the other Lamy's I have listed, it just seems to flow perfectly. I have it in a fine nib and love it. I keep it inked with my everyday Noodler's 54th Massachusetts. I read other reviews that said people found the Studio's with metal grips slippery. I have even seen where people have tutorials on how to sand down the grip section (in a very methodical and painstaking way) to increase the grip. I have left it as is and have no problems. Others have said they much prefer the grip from the Stainless Steel version, which actually has a rubber/plastic grip. Safari's and Al-Stars have there place, but this pen is just a pleasure to write with. My CP1 is the most comfortable in the hand and rides well in a front shirt pocket, but this Studio is just an absolute pleasure to use. The only thing I can complain about is that only after a few days of use, the finish on the cap rubbed off where the clip meets the cap. It just shows the bare metal, which you can barely see in the picture I have posted. It's not a big deal, but I wish the finish had of held up a bit better. I don't own a 2000, so I cannot compare it to that Lamy, but I just know I want to buy a Stainless, Black, and Wild Rubin Studio. As far as doing business with the Goulet Pen Company, I can say that I have never done business with a more responsive, caring, and passionate retailer. I wish all businesses treated their customers like GPC does
Date published: 2014-11-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It was a gift This time I actually wrapped the pen and mailed it to my niece, who just earned her Ph.D. from Harvard. She loves it. That's all I know at the moment. It was very hard not to keep it, as I did the Herbin. This time my conscience won.
Date published: 2014-10-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love My Lamy Studio Fountain Pen A coworker rekindled my interest in pens recently. When I was in my 20's and 30's, I had a couple Cross pens. And for reasons I can't recall, I stopped using them. I bought a Lamy Studio rollerball at a retailer and loved the pen. At the same retailer, I bought s $20 Pilot fountain pen. It wasn't at all what I thought writing with a FP would be like (it wrote great), so I bought the Studio FP. I love writing with this pen. It's so smooth and my thoughts fall naturally on the paper. The first few nights I had it, I would tell it good night and that I would see it tomorrow :-) I'm insanely happy with this pen and am so glad I didn't gradually work my way up the product line.
Date published: 2014-10-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great pen I have grown to respect Lamy. They make make products. I own multiple Safaris, a Persona, and a 2000, and for some reason have this desire to own more. I just like the way they write and feel. This blue Studio is a great compliment to my little collection. I got the 1.1mm nib and really like the way it writes--very smooth with just enough variation to add interest. Looks really good too. Since it shares nibs with Lamy's other inexpensive pens, they all write the same, but this pen has a more grown-up feel and look than the Safaris. The clip is a little tight but that will probably correct itself over time.
Date published: 2014-10-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Smooth Operator Writing with Lamy Studio Imperial Blue is smooth as butter. I got the EF nib, which lets the ink through freely yet in a very controlled manner. The nib isn't all too flexible, but I like it that way; makes my writing look more uniform. Some people have concerns over whether the chrome finish grip section will be too slippery. I tend to have bit of a sweaty hand, but I haven't had any complaints using the Lamy Studio. The pen has excellent weight without the cap, which I like because I usually don't post the cap. But even with the cap, it's not too incredibly heavy--though it does tilt the balance to the back of the pen a bit.
Date published: 2014-10-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love the propeller like clip! I got this pen for Christmas using some Goulet Gift Certificates. First of all, I love the ¤minimalist-likeĊ’ and tapered design. The pen is nicely weighted while capped and has nice balance while writing without the cap (which I try to do with all of my pens to prevent scratches to the barrel). I love the clip design. It resembles a propeller to some degree with its distinctive twist from flat to on end. It's a very pleasing shade of blue in a matte finish, with a chrome section that is easy on the fingers. I got this pen in a 1.1 nib as I have a bit of an obsession with italic and stub nibs. I can now interchange this nib with my other Lamy pens whenever the whim strikes me! :)
Date published: 2014-10-20
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Leaks after about a year of daily use I use fountain pens every day. Although I collect antique pens, I needed a sturdy, modern, "everyday" pen to withstand the rigors of daily office use, The Lamy Studio seemed like a good choice. It was for a while. It writes well, is easy to fill and clean and, being all metal, it has held up for more than a year. However, recently it started leaking at the small ring on the lower end of the section (grip) right above the nib. There seems to be no way of tightening this ring and I can't remove it to seal it with silicone grease. Unfortunately, it now occupies an inglorious at the back of the drawer. Disappointed.
Date published: 2014-10-20
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