Undoubtedly one of the most popular pens these days, the Lamy Safari comes from the imagination of designers Wolfgang Fabian and Bernt Spiegel. It was created in 1980, to be used by school-aged children. The pen therefore had to be shock resistant, especially if it was going to be thrown through the air or thrown on the ground! Over the years, it has instead become the favorite pen of great writing instrument enthusiasts.
Its body is mainly made of very high quality ABS plastic, thus offering it a light weight. Its ergonomic grip and its water-based refill, which glides easily over the paper, will allow you to write comfortably for a long period of time!
Pen Color: Matte Charcoal
Dimensions: 5.5'' with the cap closed, 6.5'' with the cap resting on the end of the body and 5.1'' without the cap
Weight: About 19g (with refill)
Refill Type: Water Based
- Comes with a black refill
- Lamy Safari rollerball pens are only compatible with Lamy M63 refills
It all started in 1930, when Josef Lamy, once a sales representative at The Parker Pen Company in Germany, laid the foundation for what was to become one of the most popular writing instrument companies today: LAMY . Today, LAMY is still located in Heidelberg and its pens, having won several design awards, are recognized for their simplicity, reliability and high quality.