Lamy Imporium Titanium Fountain Pen: When we first saw photos of the Lamy Imporium, we were impressed. We liked the guilloche patterns, the clean lines of the cap, and the nib–oh, that nib! The Titanium exterior was just too cool.
Lamy Imporium Titanium Fountain Pen
Marco Bellini designed this beautiful pen. The barrel and grip have contrasting horizontal and vertical guilloche patterns. The screw-on cap is smooth with a palladium-plated clip that nicely matches the cap’s shape. The clip is spring loaded and opens and closes quickly. Besides, the only branding on the pen is the word “Lamy” on one side of the clip.
The Imporium is a solid pen in hand. It weighs 47 grams capped. The guilloche pattern on the grip also helps to keep the fingertips from slipping on the coated metal surface. The rounded ribs on the grip, make for comfortable writing.
The 14K M nib is spectacular, and using it is a joy. Lamy describes the nib as “PVD-refined bi-color gold” that provides “a uniquely soft writing experience.” There’s no flex, of course, but it has a bit of giving when you press into it. The pen has a trusted cartridge/converter filler. Finally, the design of this pen with the guilloche patterns and the contrasting smooth cap make it very appealing.
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.
If you are looking for a roller pen, look no further. The Lamy Imporium Fountain Pen surely will fit your needs with elegance and functionality. So why not indulge yourself with this nice pen.