LAMY aion – Simply modern.
The LAMY aion attains a completely new level of quality in the Modern Writing sector. Each element of its seamless deep – drawn aluminum body lends a uniquely harmonious appearance to the range. The body and cap feature attractive brushed finishes which contrast the LAMY aion’s blasted grip as well as its glossy nib and polished clip. A silk-matt anodized coating in black or olive silver emphasizes the range’s a high quality finish, complemented by its spring – loaded clip with logo embossed on the side. The range’s Rollerball pen has an anodized silk-matt body, seamlessly deep-drawn aluminum / Circular-brushed finish, blasted grip / Stainless spring-loaded clip with logo embossed on the side / with refill LAMY M 63 M black. Available Ink Colours: black, blue washable, red and green. The LAMY aion is also available as a ballpoint pen and fountain pen.
The smooth deep-drawn aluminum body components are the first of their kind and give the series a unique, harmonious appearance. Brushed and blasted surfaces are refined with a brilliant silk-matt anodic coating finish, creating formal tension. The sturdy high gloss polished clip perfectly rounds off the overall design.
Designer: Jasper Morrison
Function alone determines form. With this design principle Lamy has won the hearts of many design enthusiasts throughout the world. And this all started with the LAMY 2000. When it made its first appearance in the shop windows in 1966, it was the first writing instrument of the modern era which did not seek to be a status symbol but simply an honest, high-precision tool for writing by hand. Made of modern materials; stainless steel and Macrolon.