Lamy Aion Black and Silver Fountain Pen Review

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Length (capped): 142.9 mm/5.63″
Length (uncapped): 136.7 mm/5.38″
Length (posted): 162.5/6.40”
Diameter (section): 9.9 – 13.1 mm/0.39″ – 0.52″
Diameter (barrel): 11.2 – 12.9 mm/0.44″ – 0.51″
Weight (all): 35 g
Weight (cap): 23 g
Weight (body): 12 g

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  • Tom Johnson

    This review must have been posted very soon after I ordered the Olivesilver Aion from Goulet, as I looked for your review and it was not there yet. I agree with everything you say in your excellent review. I like it, a robust nice pen. However, the Lamy 2000 is still my favorite Lamy of all. The Aion feels good in my hand and I can write quite well with it. I appreciate the design, and I think it is not overpriced on the pen market. But, my two Lamy 2000’s hold a higher place in my pen heart.

    By the way, I wet swapped the M nib on the Aion with the M nib that came with my Safari Dark Lilac pen. Writing with the same ink, I found that the M Aion nib writes smoother and significantly broader than the Safari’s M nib does.

    Thanks for an excellent review Stephen, they are always very informative and extremely well done. If I had seen your review first I would still have bought this pen as I like pens that in both classic and modern designs, and I just had to see what Lamy’s latest venture was all about.

    • sbrebrown

      Thank you for the kind words!