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Aion feels great! Weighing in at 33g uninked, it is massive compared to the empty AlStar 20g or Safari 12g. Beautiful design, typical superb Lamy craft, really a cool thing to behold. Writes nicely. The F nib is not quite as fine as I like but it will do. Purchased from Endlesspens.com. The company is new in the USA mail order space. Excellent price ($49 ea plus shipping), order promptly shipped and tracked to my door, and they had the Aion about three weeks before most other suppliers. They have a nice selection of premium brands but you may not find every color/bib combination. The Aion f
Greetings everyone, I ordinarily only do video reviews but I thought I would give a shot at writing out my feelings about my favorite pen. I was able to purchase a Lamy Aion early because I live in Germany. I have owned my Lamy Aion since Mid August and it is my #1 choice for my EDC. I have broken down my major talking points that I have talked about my video (I will link at the bottom of my text review) Looks (3/10): Overall the looks of the Lamy Aion are very boring. All one color (either black or olive...which is really like a metal color) except for the clip which is a shiny metal. Onl
Hey everyone, I bought a Lamy Aion about a week ago. I know people have polarizing opinions on the design of this pen, but I'm purely looking for your experience with how it performs. I can't seem to find any others with these issues, so I'm trying to determine if I need to send it back or not. I'm looking for input in two areas: 1. At random times, when I uncap the pen there's often ink blobs on the nib, and sometimes the section (see photo). There's some air pressure when capping the pen, so my guess is that uncapping the pen has enough suction that sometimes it's pulling out some ink