The grip section is long and rubberised. The rubberised section isn’t sticky or tacky. It feels really nice and helps me maintain my grip on this lightweight fountain pen. The grip is a moulded one. It has the triangular shape but it’s a lot more rounded when compared to a Lamy Safari’s grip. For anyone who has trouble using the Lamy Safari’s grip can give the Lamy Nexx’s grip a try.
The Lamy Nexx is a cartridge converter fountain pen. It takes the regular Lamy cartridges and their Z-24 converter Z 24.
The stainless steel EF nib it came with is writes nicely. It is not the butter smooth writing experience but I am not expecting it. This is an EF nib, it writes with a little bit of feedback. It is not unpleasant, in fact I quite enjoy this aspect of the nib.
The Lamy Nexx is a worthy alternative to the Lamy Safari. It’s more rounded triangular grip makes it an easier grip to use for those who cannot get used to the Lamy Safari’s grip.
Once again, my thanks to Goldspot Pens for sending me the Lamy Nexx for review.