The Classic Pens LM1 Flame Red is a large pen, but it is smaller than the Classic Pens LB5 made from the same diffusion-bonded acrylic, and it was limited to 500 pens (375 fountain pens and 125 roller balls). I love this pen, and I believe it is a great pen for everyday carry. I have not yet done a full review on the Classic Pens LM1, but I will record one as soon as I have time.
This pen was kindly lent to me by Andreas Lambrou of Classic Pens. An expensive pen, but a largely handmade pen.
Length (capped): 152.7 mm/6.01″
Length (uncapped): 139.3 mm/5.49″
Length (posted): N/A
Diameter (barrel): 15.7 – 15.7 mm/0.61″ – 0.62″
Diameter (section): 12.6 – 14.5 mm/0.50″ – 0.57″
Weight (all): 43 g
Weight (cap): 26 g
Weight (body): 17 g
This is one of my favourite pens of all time. You can watch the full review here.
This is one of my favourite videos of the year, because it allows me to share my love for a specific set of pens with you!
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I really love this pen, so I have to talk about it at length. This is the Classic Pens LB5 (King Profit) fountain pen in the Kaen finish, with a Nagahara Cross Point nib. That’s a mouthful! Continue reading