LAMY Imporium Fountain Pen
LAMY Imporium Fountain Pen
LAMY Imporium Fountain Pen
LAMY Imporium Fountain Pen
LAMY Imporium Fountain Pen
LAMY Imporium Fountain Pen
LAMY Imporium Fountain Pen
LAMY Imporium Fountain Pen
LAMY Imporium Fountain Pen
LAMY Imporium Fountain Pen
LAMY Imporium Fountain Pen
LAMY Imporium Fountain Pen
LAMY Imporium Fountain Pen
LAMY Imporium Fountain Pen
LAMY Imporium Fountain Pen
LAMY Imporium Fountain Pen
LAMY Imporium Fountain Pen
LAMY Imporium Fountain Pen
LAMY Imporium Fountain Pen
LAMY Imporium Fountain Pen
LAMY Imporium Fountain Pen
LAMY Imporium Fountain Pen
LAMY Imporium Fountain Pen

LAMY Imporium Fountain Pen

Regular price $549.00 Sale price $439.20 Save $109.80
3 in stock

The impressive LAMY Imporium features an exciting combination of strong design and powerful structure. This characteristic model adds yet another family of high-quality writing instruments to LAMY's premium assortment, uniting modern, functional design with a luxurious writing experience.

The trademark of the LAMY Imporium series is its prominent straight-lined body structure and grip. The cylindrically designed smooth cap with solid, high-gloss clip provides a striking contrast. The combination of playful details and consistent reduction gives this model its unmistakable appearance.

The fountain pens are refined and partially galvanized with an especially high-quality PVD coating. From the nib to the clip – only first-class metals are used: gold, platinum, or titanium. One special highlight of the black version of the pen is the PVD-refined bicolor 14kt gold nib which guarantees a uniquely soft writing experience and is available in different nib widths.

The LAMY imporium was designed by Mario Bellini, one of the most distinguished designers of the last 30 years. He was one of the first living designers after Charles Eames to ever receive the honor of having a solo exhibition in the MOMA New York.

This fountain pen comes in a luxury gift box, a LAMY ink cartridge, and a Z27 converter for use with bottled ink so you can get started writing right away.

Note: To ensure quality performance, LAMY tests their pens as a final step in manufacturing. If you happen to see any residual blue ink, rest assured that this is normal.

Customer Reviews

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Went in to the store intending on buying a completely different pen and walked out with this one (all black version). I love the weight and texture of this pen. It is very similar in weight and texture to the Diplomat Aero. The Aero is slightly thicker. If you intend to write for an extended period of time this might not be the pen for you due to the weight but it is perfect for jotting down notes.

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Lisa
At first I was underwhelmed

But of course I didn't stay underwhelmed. As I lifted the pen from its box, it was clearly top-of-the-line Lamy quality, with all the features I like in a solid, heavy pen. I mean, it's titanium, or at least a titanium finish. It has the weight that inspires the thought: "The pen is mightier than the sword". Well, except for maybe a Kirby broadsword, but if you were to play pen-sword-paper with this one, the pen would definitely break the sword, and be able to write all over the paper besides. Am I being absurd? Well, yes. I tend to view everything in terms of its qualities for walloping someone upside the head. Not that I do that, but it's good to always be prepared. And I love the industrial style of this pen.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
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Customer
Suprised

Went in to the store intending on buying a completely different pen and walked out with this one (all black version). I love the weight and texture of this pen. It is very similar in weight and texture to the Diplomat Aero. The Aero is slightly thicker. If you intend to write for an extended period of time this might not be the pen for you due to the weight but it is perfect for jotting down notes.

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Lisa
At first I was underwhelmed

But of course I didn't stay underwhelmed. As I lifted the pen from its box, it was clearly top-of-the-line Lamy quality, with all the features I like in a solid, heavy pen. I mean, it's titanium, or at least a titanium finish. It has the weight that inspires the thought: "The pen is mightier than the sword". Well, except for maybe a Kirby broadsword, but if you were to play pen-sword-paper with this one, the pen would definitely break the sword, and be able to write all over the paper besides. Am I being absurd? Well, yes. I tend to view everything in terms of its qualities for walloping someone upside the head. Not that I do that, but it's good to always be prepared. And I love the industrial style of this pen.