LAMY Logo Fountain Pen
LAMY Logo Fountain Pen
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Product Description
Created by LAMY pen designer Wolfgang Fabian, the Logo Fountain Pen is defined by its incredibly slim profile and solid construction made from stainless steel. It comes equipped with a cartridge filling system for LAMY T 10 blue ink which can be modified for bottled ink use by using the Z26 converter Read More

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Max_Schellsen
0
Dec 18, 2019
FWIW. I have had this pen since last March. It broke, I think because of a poor design. The threads between the section and the barrel were loose, and had a tendency to come undone. I got in the habit of really making sure the section was snugly seated, to it would not come loose and detach (which had happened). The last time I used it, the section "broke." Two different concentric pieces of it separated, making it impossible to use. Based on that, I recommend steering away from this pen. I have used Safaris and Al-Stars and they have not experienced ANY mechanical failure. To be fair, the fine nib was really nice, and I was able to salvage it for a Safari. I do not care for the ergonomics of the Logo - it's too narrow and slick for a comfortable hold. Obviously, that's a personal preference and not a comment on the pen itself (which sucks, but for other reasons)
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Drewmon
21
Jul 19, 2019
FWIW - the Logo should take the Z27 convertor offered during checkout, NOT the Z26 noted in the drop description.
stace64
1
Jul 19, 2019
Are the BRUSHED and MATTE the same thing? I have seen this described differently here and on retail sites. Thanks to anyone that can answer.
Drewmon
21
Jul 19, 2019
No. Two distinct finishes. Brushed has the grain look and matte is simply an even dull finish.
stace64
1
Jul 31, 2019
Alrighty, so I believe DROP realized the lack of clarity on the site as far as finishes, in essence, I will receive the one I did not want, a hassle.. Drop, please pay more attention to detail.
lgmfnpc
40
Jul 15, 2019
I absolutely LOVE this pen. It’s a workhorse. Fast starts, good looks, easy to hold. Can’t ask for better. I much prefer this pen to a Metropolitan.
ravkesef
190
Jun 15, 2017
We seem to have a small number of individuals who are using this site to complain about the LOGO. Remember: Massdrop had all sorts of photos, so that you could see what you were getting, so there should be little cause for complaint there. If it doesn't look or feel like a Pelikan M800, well, that's the way it goes. Mine has a Lamy F nib, and a Lamy made feed, so it will write like a Lamy. Pop the Lamy cartridge in, and you're good to go. It's much thinner than a Safari, which I prefer, but it's certainly not a bad pen. If you don't like the looks, don't buy it, but you knew what it looked like in advance, so quit bitching. Massdrop was totally open and honest, and nobody held a gun to your head.
ravkesef
190
Jun 16, 2017
You seem to be limited to vulgarisms and to an immature rash of complaining about just everything. If you're unhappy with Massdrop, you can always drop it, and find some other place to go and complain incessantly, as is your wont, instead of using up more bandwidth on this site than everyone combined.
Sparkle
15
Jun 16, 2017
You posted a comment specifically to judge people for sharing information on a sales site about an object that is being sold. This is not an unusual activity in e-commerce, in fact, Amazon built its strength from it. Where I am from we call people who overreact to normal behavior being a jerk. If you find it vulgar, I don't care. I suggest ignoring my comments in the future. I don't see how complaining about what I or anyone else says helps.
Selected
17
May 18, 2017
Should I get this or the Safari?
trdruber
2
May 20, 2017
Honestly it's a tough call, it might be worth trying the Logo because it is slimmer than most fountain pens. I don't think you'll be disappointed and then you will know if you like the shape. FYI I found the Pilot Metro pens to be scratchy, I haven't tried filing down the nib yet as others have suggested.
ravkesef
190
Jun 15, 2017
I prefer the Safari, but that's my opinion. The Safari was initially intended as a beginner pen, but it skyrocketed in popularity, and became iconic in the fountain pen world. Even though the Logo will do a good job of writing, it neither feels nor looks like a Safari or the very similar Al-Star. The triangular grip on the Safari is intended for user comfort, and despite what others may have said, I prefer it for a newbie. And since it was brought up,m the Metropolitan is another great pen for very little money. And if cash outlay is a major concern, the Platinum Preppie goes for a mere $3.95, and truth to tell, is an excellent pen.
Gratian
16
May 18, 2017
Hey guys, I didn't buy this pen from MD, but I do own it and have been using it almost daily for over a year now.
It's a *very* light pen, so much so that it really feels cheap. The metal is so thin, the build quality actually suffers from it. The outside edge is very easy to bang up- if you drop it and it hits something, like the corner of a step, it will almost certainly dent- it is literally like tin can level thin. Another note on the build quality- the clip actually causes a really tiny scratch where it bumps against the pen; this didn't bother me but my friend said it'd drive him crazy.
The glossy part where you post the cap is actually not metal, but a metallic-plated plastic. So, it's like a 'metallic dip' that really scratches up easily and once it gets a deep enough nick, posting the pen will start tearing that dip off. This has happened to me.
I use both a Fine and EF nib on it, and both are relatively scratchy- so are my friends' Lamys.
Over all, for $27, it's not a bad pen- but I bought it at MSRP and at $45-$50 it is an utter waste. It is a very thin pen over all and very tall / back heavy when posted, but too short unposted. To me, it still feels okay in the hand, but this is mostly just me trying to justify the purchase. Over all, I'd recommend to steer clear, buy a different pen. But, as I said, alternatively if you're into it for the collecting of fountain pens, $27 isn't a bad deal.
edit: a few plus points though are: the clip is nice; pen has a pleasant sheen to it when its posted in your hand under bright lighting, it glosses over vertically as you write, looks pretty cool. I can post pictures if anyone wants to see them but otherwise not going to spend the time
Gratian
16
Jun 15, 2017
For your convenience, I have included a few links to other pens that also stand up to daily (yearly, in my case) use: - https://goo.gl/KdVeqC - I have one of these from 1999 - https://goo.gl/dqBOhh - https://goo.gl/33cDgp
Now, some of these may be a bit expensive, but they're still better value than the LAMY Logo.
lbdesign
79
Jul 18, 2019
I looked at your links. Ouch. Burn. :-)
choiceweb0pen0
273
May 18, 2017
I guess this pen doesn't come with an extra fine nib?
choiceweb0pen0
273
May 19, 2017
I think you meant to respond to the person above my post, but I'm not a fan of Safaris either. I do though love my CP1 with an extra fine nib.
DocRadar
24
May 21, 2017
My bad. I have a Studio that I prefer to their clunkier pens. The CP1 looks similarly elegant.
dieyen
118
May 18, 2017
good deal
elimelendez
2202
Jul 15, 2016
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