When I was big into using fountain pens before I only used cartridges. I was in school and being able to kind of "erase" the ink was helpful, especially for my language classes... ...view moreSo this time around I wanted to try and use so many inks because looking at a screen can only show you so much.
Red isn't my favorite color so in my Vista it took a little time to get used to. The two "bumps" on the side of these converters have slots they slide into and snap into place holding your converter in just the right spot so you can't accidentally pull or twist it out of place filling out cleaning out your pen which is perfect for beginners or people using converters for the last time. Lamy has a well earned reputation for being a solid pen company all around and your can see even in the little details like that they try to build quality products that are super user friendly for everyone. Whether you're a school kid just learning or a grown adult getting into fountain pens for the first time Lamy makes a pen for you and and with their modular design they make it so you can have many different pens in one and the thought they put into it shows even in the little things like this. view less
Do I wish Lamy pens always came with a converter? Of course. Do I wish it held more ink? Sure. But this converter is easy to fill and easy to clean out. And it's less expensive tha...view moren similar proprietary converters for other companies. For many people, this one will be their first converter, and it's perfect for the job. view less
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About the shop
Supplying analog writing instruments and accessories since 1938. Third generation family-owned store based in Little Rock, Arkansas. Mike was trained by his grandfather, dad, and uncle to continue the family business of all things pens, inks, and paper.