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  1. Hi folks! Well, I didn't actually mean to buy this pen. I wasn't against it, it was just that the Blue sold out so quickly that I didn't expect to ever see one for sale. But then I was in Montréal, at Stylo, and there it was. Now I've followed the thread on whether this pen is a way to rip off gullible Lamy fan-children, I've watched the Goulet videos, and I felt I sort of understood the product and the fuss it was attracting. Then I met one in person. I've had quite a few Lamy 2000s over the years. I like the concept, the simplicity, the look, but they haven't always suited my hand. In my experience the nib matters a lot on 2000s, perhaps because of the section shape. If it writes smoothly it is a joy to use; but if there are any issues with the nib it seems like the shape may magnify them. Point being I was in no hurry to have another 2000. My current one is a modern EF that writes beautifully, totally reliably, and with a real EF line. But. This LE is freaking beautiful. The pictures do not do it justice. The colour is hard to capture in a photograph, and here I laid it on the included notebook to emphasise the brown-ness of it. It's hard to photograph because the effect is subtle. The cap off picture with the section in focus is, I think, the closest to true colour. As I've spent time with it I've come to appreciate it more. And the amount of work going into it. Until I sat and looked at this pen, I hadn't thought about how much work it would be to have a limited edition numbered on the clip. The clip is shinier than a normal 2000 clip, and has LAMY on one side and the number on the other: 0314/3300 in my case (Yes, it's the π pen!). I was also blown away by the whole package. I use notebooks a lot, and really like the included Lamy notebook. I also like the book on the designer, which is shrink-wrapped. Overall, it does feel attractive to me in a way that, I must admit, "super-luxury" packaging doesn't. It is more about making the Lamy fan feel they are getting an exclusive invitation into the brand, which requires a minimalist approach. I can't say a lot about how it writes. It's a fine nib Lamy 2000. It's going to write like one. I haven't filled it yet (I've been travelling) but the feel of the dry nib on paper is very nice, and I'm optimistic. So, overall? I think it's kind of a special pen. I don't find the price offensive as I believe the whole package is coherent and satisfying (I was one of those incredibly fortunate people for whom lockdown allowed a little more spending on hobbies other than travel). I'm glad I picked one up, and I'm glad Lamy made it. More than happy to answer any questions if anybody would like more details. Stay safe out there! Ralf
  2. Just in... The Conklin Duraflex 120th Anniversary Fountain Pen. This is a limited edition pen with only 1898 made. Each pen has been individually numbered on the barrel. Made with a blue and black marbled resin and rose gold trim. Each pen comes in a gift box and a 30ml bottle of Conklin blue fountain pen ink.
  3. PenChalet

    Limited Edition Delta King Tut Pen

    Delta has just announced a new limited edition pen coming this July. The Delta King Tut pen available as a fountain pen or ballpoint pen. Limited to only 188 pieces worldwide. Taking pre-orders now. For more details on the pen view our blog post: https://www.penchalet.com/blog/delta-king-tut-pen/





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