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Hi,

 

I have accumulated more pens than I can write with. So I have decided to give away one of them. It's a Lamy nexx M.

 

The pen is in near perfect shape with a medium nib. Ideally, I'd like to give it away to someone who is making a leap from lower end pens (sub Rs 1000) to Lamy for the first time. 

 

Please note: the pen does not come with a convertor. So you would either need to buy a convertor or use the cartridges. 

 

Of course, I am not looking for any form of monetary compensation or trade.

 

 

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If this is still open, I'd like to try out a Lamy. I am currently in the Camlin, Jinhao 450 and V'stride range so a Lamy would be a delight.

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Sure. Send me your details and I'll post it tomorrow.

 

Please note - you will need to either buy a convertor or use cartridges (lamy specific). Is that alright ?

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Have messaged you my details.

 

Yes the converter is much cheaper than the pen, I'll arrange for that. Thank you for this sweet gesture, it's appreciated.

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Still getting over the shock of writing with such a smooth pen. Don't get me wrong, the cheaper pens are solid and work well but writing with this was hundreds of level above. Haven't stopped using the Lamy, any excuse to scribble am on it.

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Im so happy that the pen is in good hands and getting some use out of it.

 

Cheers.

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