Lamy Dialog 1 Ball Pen is a high-end pen, crafted by industrial designers. The Dialog Ball 1 Ball Pen was designed by Richard Sapper, who also created the original IBM Thinkpad.
Lamy Dialog 1 Ball Pen
The Dialog 1 features a metal triangular shaped body with a matte titanium finish. The pen weighs about 24 grams, which is pretty lightweight for a metal pen. The triangular shape of the body is comfortable to use. The bottom side of the pen comes lightly rounded and has two plastic feet to steady the pen on a flat surface. Also, The Dialog 1 Ball Pen uses a push click mechanism and has a spring metal clip. Under the clip, we also find the Lamy logo etched into the body.
When founded in 1930, Lamy fine pens had broad recognition. They launched the Lamy 2000 in 1996. This new fountain pen was revolutionary in several aspects. The pen features did not have excess material or excessive design. Based on the principle -form follow function-. The pen focuses on function only. Laying the simple basic design for all Lamy writing instruments.
The Lamy 2000 pen also set new norms in the mid-sixties in terms of craft. Mainly because of the difficulty of working with a combination of stainless steel and Makrolon. This combination requires specialized technology and skills.
When Lamy unveiled the safari at the Frankfurt Fair in 1980, very few guessed that it would one day be the best-selling fountain pen in the world. The Lamy safari enabled Lamy to focus on the group of 10 to 15-year-olds for the first time. This pen is the outcome of extensive research work in the field of youth psychology. In close cooperation with designer Wolfgang Fabian and under the direction of Prof. Bernt Spiegel, they developed the pen. The design of the LAMY safari fit the needs of schoolchildren and also adults as well.
If you are looking for a roller pen, look no further. The Lamy Dialog 1 Ball Pen surely will fit your needs with elegance and functionality. So why not indulge yourself with this nice pen.