"No design writes better," promises the famed German pen manufacturer Lamy. With countless fans to attest that claim, Lamy rose to prominence using groundbreaking techniques with moulded synthetic plastics in their pens. Founded in 1930 by Josef Lamy, Lamy pens cemented themselves as one of the best and most modern pen manufacturers with their flagship fountain pen the Lamy 2000, first released in 1966 and still their premier pen to this day. Then in 1980, Lamy created the Lamy Safari, a fountain pen for beginners and students primarily, now heralded as the best introductory fountain pen. Today, Lamy has branched into ballpoint pens, rollerball pens, mechanical pencils, and more, and is still at the forefront of pen innovation.
New Lamy customers and beginner fountain pen users will want to take care when swapping a pen nib. It is not difficult, but you need to take care not to force any parts when removing and replacing the nib. Please note replacing a nib yourself voids the manufacturer's warranty on the pen.