LAMY CP1 Titan Black Fountain Pen
LAMY CP1 Titan Black Fountain Pen
LAMY CP1 Titan Black Fountain Pen
LAMY CP1 Titan Black Fountain Pen
LAMY CP1 Titan Black Fountain Pen
LAMY CP1 Titan Black Fountain Pen
LAMY CP1 Titan Black Fountain Pen
LAMY CP1 Titan Black Fountain Pen
LAMY CP1 Titan Black Fountain Pen

LAMY CP1 Titan Black Fountain Pen

Regular price $75.00 Sale price $60.00 Save $15.00
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The aptly named CP1 Black Fountain Pen (CP stands for Cylindric Pen) offers pen enthusiasts a slim pen with a sleek matte black body. It fills via LAMY cartridges (T10) or bottled ink via the (Z26) Converter (not included with pen purchase). Designed by the award winning pen designer Gerd A. Muller, it has a polished steel nib with a comfortably ribbed grip section, and a solid stainless steel spring-loaded clip.

Customer Reviews

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Smooth Soulmate (with just a hint of feedback) Compact -Elegantly Sturdy

The Beauty is in the “Understatement” The Value is in the Delight of using it.

I’ve been looking for this pen ever since the “Fountain Pen” frenzy remerged in me.

I wish i had bought 10 of these instead of the whole pile of $50-$125 range pens ( except Benu’s Benu’s are likewise hidden treasure) that have disappointed me in one form or another.
Things worth noting:
Nib is subline closest thing to perfect of any gold or steel nib i have ranging up to 225 dollars. I reach for it and it statifies better than my MB.
I performs well on tomoe river, Graphilo, Paper with tooth and copy paper.
( Except for my Favorite Benu and a vintage 70’s pen my Curidas is a favorite in a weird way) .

The pen feels solid it clicks it posts, it doesnt leak, sleek metal right form of heavy/ light. .. small/big.. tactile/ substance in functionality of grip...and clip is flawless without grandstanding.

....I just wish i could find a soulmate with this much right.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
100%
(1)
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Smooth Soulmate (with just a hint of feedback) Compact -Elegantly Sturdy

The Beauty is in the “Understatement” The Value is in the Delight of using it.

I’ve been looking for this pen ever since the “Fountain Pen” frenzy remerged in me.

I wish i had bought 10 of these instead of the whole pile of $50-$125 range pens ( except Benu’s Benu’s are likewise hidden treasure) that have disappointed me in one form or another.
Things worth noting:
Nib is subline closest thing to perfect of any gold or steel nib i have ranging up to 225 dollars. I reach for it and it statifies better than my MB.
I performs well on tomoe river, Graphilo, Paper with tooth and copy paper.
( Except for my Favorite Benu and a vintage 70’s pen my Curidas is a favorite in a weird way) .

The pen feels solid it clicks it posts, it doesnt leak, sleek metal right form of heavy/ light. .. small/big.. tactile/ substance in functionality of grip...and clip is flawless without grandstanding.

....I just wish i could find a soulmate with this much right.