Safari Fountain Pen Yellow
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LAMY is known for their great ergonomic grip. There is a good chance that you learned to write with a LAMY pen, as their wood and plastic fountain pen was favourite in many primary schools across Europe. The Safari is the big brother of this little wooden pen, and infinitely more stylish.
For over 50 years, LAMY has produced high-quality writing tools with a focus both on functionality and modern aesthetics. The designer of the Safari black Fountain pen is Wolfgang Fabian, who was a qualified goldsmith before he began studying industrial design.
All LAMY pens sold at Misc-Store feature a steel Medium nib. Each pen already contains one LAMY T10 blue filling so you can start writing straight away. The Safari Fountain pen is also available in Black, Red, White and Blue.
Writing should be so simple that you don’t even have to think about it. The pen just slips into your hand and your thought comes out, and then you move to the next thing. LAMY make just the right sort of pen for this: unpretentious workhorses that have been designed to be used anytime, anywhere, as unobtrusively as possible.
Founded by Josef Lamy in 1930, LAMY came into its own in the ashes of post-war Germany with the LAMY 27, an innovative fountain pen that ran counter to the more ornate tastes of the day. In 1966, they followed this up by releasing the controversially minimalist LAMY 2000, designed by ex-Braun designer Gerd A. Müller. With the Safari’s release in 1980, the company had become the quintessential brand for schoolchildren and youths throughout Germany, and soon enough through most of Western Europe.
This success is due in no small part to LAMY’s particular attention to the ergonomics of their pens. Many models — but most notably the Safari — have been designed to fit readily into the hand, with well positioned grips that reduce strain around the muscles and joints in your hand. This means that it’s easy to hold them and write for long periods of time, making them ideal for uses in schools, meetings and old-fashioned letter writing.
We’re proud to stock a selection of the best LAMY designs in our shop online. You can also come and have a scribble with them in our Amsterdam store.
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