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Lamy Studio Rollerball

Price: $79.00
Item: AP9435
A high-performance rollerball pen from Lamy
Regarded worldwide as a pioneer in modern pen design, Lamy has been a chief innovator in the field for decades. The inspiration of noted Swiss designer and architect Hannes Wettstein, the Lamy Studio Rollerball Pen has a wide elliptical barrel and is designed for writing comfort and high performance. With its propeller-like clip and sleek finish, the Lamy Studio Rollerball Pen matches forward-thinking style with superior function. Founded in 1930, Lamy develops and produces all its products at its factory in Heidelberg, Germany.
  • Cap snaps securely into place
  • Metallic-lacquered stainless steel with a matte finish
  • Chromium-plated appointments
  • 5 1/2L x 1/2 diameter; 1.25 oz
  • We offer Lamy rollerball refills
Shipping Savings
Pens:  Shipping is just $6 for any number of pens or pen stations
Ink Refills:  Cartridges and other refills ship free  (bottled ink is $4)
Lamy Studio Rollerball 5 5 8 8
Classy and smooth The pen feels great in my hand. The roller ball writes very smoothly to enhance my penmanship. It feels balanced, heavy and solid. I am enjoying my notes and journaling. August 28, 2014
Quality I love the Lamy's very smooth and quite comfy if you love rollerballs August 22, 2014
Love this pen! This pen is awesome. It is weighted just perfectly (my friend said he considered buying it but thought it may be too heavy, but after he tried it said he was going to buy one too as it is the perfect weight), is very high quality, and writes like a dream. I have several Mont Blanc pens and like this one better for some reason. It is just perfect. The Lamy rollerball is better than Mont Blanc's rollerball in my opinion. It seems to me that the Lamy ones write better, are more consistent throughout the life of the refill, and last longer. June 26, 2014
As advertised The rollerball is exactly as advertised and I would echo the positive reviews of others who have bought it. I got it at a sale price, which made it (in my rather frugal way of doing things) a good deal. It's full retail of $80 seems a bit much to me, but there are more frivolous ways of blowing cash. My new pen has not given me any new insights into the meaning of life or instant Enlightenment but it has a nice solid feel, fits my hand and writes smoothly. January 4, 2014
Great Pen! I purchased this pen online without knowing anything about Lamy pens, but just because I liked the design. I was more than thrilled when I received it and tried it out! It's a great weight, writes so smoothly, and has a clean simple look to it. I especially like the matte finish. Great buy! January 4, 2014
Wonderful Great feel to this pen. Very smooth and lovely to look at. Gave one as a gift, then purchased one for myself. December 14, 2013
Rock Solid and Cool-Looking I have 2 other Lamy pens that I purchased about 10-12 years ago. They were beautifully crafted instruments that continue to function smoothly. This Lamy pen is no different from my other two, with the exception that it represented a step up in cost. The pen is worth the money. I carry it wherever I go, and I sign credit card receipts, work memos, expense reports, etc. - any chance I get to use it, I use it. My co-workers have tried it, and they think it is a really nice pen. The weight is substantial - this is no featherweight. The cap clicks securely in place to cover, and it clicks securely in place on the end while it is being used. I can't recommend this pen highly enough for roller-ball users looking for a substantial, solidly built pen. November 9, 2011
Smooth and functional I wasn't sure if I would like the contour of this pen, turns out I love it. It rests comfortably in your hand. The finish provides a good grip, especially for writing for long periods of time. The cap stays in place beautifully. If you enjoy writing with a quality rollerball style pen, you won't be disappointed. September 7, 2011
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