Win 1 of 3 Lamy Pens – National Stationery Week 2014


To celebrate National Stationery Week here in the UK we are giving away three Lamy Pens.

There is no need to make a purchase – the competition is free to enter.

The Prize



The prize will be one of the following; a Red Lamy Safari Fountain Pen – the classic Lamy fountain pen, a Lamy Swift rollerball pen – with clever retracting clip, or a Steel Lamy Econ ballpoint pen – a ‘minimal’ pen typical of Lamy’s design ethos. One prize will be assigned at random to each of our three winners.

Lamy are a renowned pen manufacturer,which, is still family a owned company based in Heidelberg, Germany. Lamy have quite rightly built a reputation for producing high quality pens with a modern design producing a large range of pens for professionals to school children – and this is your chance to get one free!

The competition is open to all – we will post your prize outside the UK if that is where you live!

Winners will be announced on Monday 7th April, please check back to make sure you claim your prize!

How to enter

To enter simply complete a task in the Rafflecopter widget below. For every completed task you will be given 1 entry to the competition.

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And the winners are:

  • Entry #285 Bonnie J
  • Entry #490 Stephen O
  • Entry #283 Aisazia

All winners will be emailed shortly.

The decision of The Pen Company is final and no correspondence will be entered into. There is no cash equivalent prize offered. By entering the competition you are bound by these rules.

Also during National Stationery Week:

10% off all purchases at The Pen Company during National Stationery Week

Win one of four Castell Grip 2011 Ball Pens or four VFM Ball Pens every day of National Stationery Week at The Pen Company

Anna has been a lover of stationery since the age of three, when she got her first red spotted pencil case. Lucky enough to work part time for The Pen Company, she is surrounded by stationery; the dream of many a collector!

There are 150 comments for this article
  1. Rachelj at 6:10 pm

    Lamy, Lamy, Lamy Spirit every time. It is one of my two all time favourite design pieces – the other is the Mondaine watch. I have used the ball pen since 2003, lost several times and always replaced. I buy this pen/set for everyone I know on their birthday. The slim feel can take getting used to but one a Lamy lover, always a Lamy lover! x

  2. sakurasake at 7:15 am

    I hesitate to get into fountain pens due to the cost and my own ghastly handwriting, so I’m mostly into rollers and gel pens.

  3. chris2468 at 11:09 am

    Tell us what type of pen you prefer to use – are you a fountain pen fanatic or do you roll with rollerballs? l’ve become lazy and l go with rollerballs though l much prefer fountain pens

  4. Ishango at 12:03 pm

    Nice giveaway. I love pens and I love your reviews! I personally prefer ballpoint being a lefty and haven’t been able to find the right fountain pen ink to solve ink bleeding.

  5. Kysha Jennings Plante at 5:20 pm

    I love all pens, but at home I use a fountain pen when I can. At work I use rollerballs in case someone takes it,

  6. gypsylibrarian at 5:53 pm

    I tend to like Rollerballs a bit more. Love fountain pens, but don’t always love the work they often require.

  7. Usha Kumari-Burns at 7:00 pm

    Rollerball all of the way, although I do own a few fountain pens and do write cards with them as it makes me feel like I am putting extra effort and love into the card!

  8. Karen Y. at 3:00 am

    I used to only use gel pens, then I started to use hybrid ballpoint pens, and now I love my fountain pens & have seriously spent way too much…

  9. JY Han at 3:18 am

    I like fountain pens better than gel pens, but more often than not I end up using gel pens due to bad paper. In terms of fountain pens I prefer stiff nibs, but most importantly, it’s all about the ink!

  10. Kat at 11:30 am

    I used to be a gel ink pen fanatic, but then late last year, after many years of browsing through pretty fountain pen pictures, I tried writing with a fountain pen and loved it. Haven’t looked back ever since.

  11. Julie B at 12:12 pm

    I still use the fountain pen I was given when I was at 6th form college, but have to admit to using a rollerball as well

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  13. K Dunham at 5:32 pm

    I am Lamyless.. and have tried them in the stores and like them, but always strayed back to my existing Pelikans. I would love to have a Lamy.

  14. Sebastian C at 2:07 pm

    I use fountain pens exclusively most days now. Where I know the environment I will be writing in be rough i.e. the FP will get damaged / dropped, I will opt for a rollerball.

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  16. Saul Hymes at 4:17 am

    Very recently now, a fountain pen fanatic, but after that I prefer fine, fine gel pens (Uni Signo DX at 0.38 currently my favorite)

  17. Claire Barker at 5:19 pm

    I prefer to use a fountain pen but as I am left handed I have to turn the paper and write down wards so that I don’t smudge what I have written!

  18. ikkinlala at 3:12 am

    If I had to pick just one I’d choose rollerball because I use them for all the everyday routine things, but fountain pens are way more fun for artsy stuff.

  19. Chantelle Kemp at 3:16 am

    I have my own special pen, its just an average roller ball pen but, its special, its got curves where they should be and comfort where its needed 🙂

  20. CJ Nightingale at 12:56 pm

    I like fountain pens and ballpoints — while I tend to prefer the former, not all paper is fountain pen friendly and a good ballpoint can be a lot of fun.
    (I don’t like gel pens and haven’t tried rollerballs.)

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