Body Material: Metal
Length (capped): 135.5 mm/5.33''
Length (uncapped nib-end): 116.8 mm/4.60''
Length (posted): 162.6 mm/6.40''
Barrel Diameter: 9.4 mm/0.37''
Section Diameter: 9.4 mm/0.37''
Nib material: Steel
Weight (all): 18 g
Weight (cap): 2 g
Weight (body): 16 g
Fill type: Cartridge/Converter
Where to buy: Fontoplumo (use appropriate code below for a discount!)
Lamy does pretty simple packaging for the most part, which I like. This Logo came with a blue ink cartridge in a small, grey cardboard box. The box was closed with an elastic. Nice and simple.
The Logo is a slim, round pen with flat, blunt ends. The finial is just a blunt chrome top with the clip attached in it. The clip is thin and rounds off towards the cap. The barrel, section, and cap are all an attractive grey that looks good against the chrome trim. The end plug is also chrome with small notches (for posting purposes).
NIB & PERFORMANCE
The steel nib is a medium. It has s single slit and a breather hole. It's marked with Lamy and M (nib size).
This clip is nice and springy - it felt a little loose, but the pen is light, so it's not too big a deal.
The section is on the slender side, at least compared to most of Lamy's other pens. I usually grip quite low, so I actually ended up gripping the plastic at the end of the section. Not the most comfortable, but the pen is light, so no death grip was required to control it.
PROS & CONS
This is a pretty decent pen - kind of what you might expect from Lamy. Reliable, consistent nib, solid body. This model doesn't have the wide, triangular grip that some people dislike on the Safari/Al-Star/Vista, and it's close to the same price, so have a look!
I received this pen free of charge for the purposes of this review. I was not compensated monetarily for my review. Everything you've read here is my own opinion. There are no affiliate links in this review.