Sneak Peek: Lamy Studio Wild Rubin (Limited Edition)

We’re pleased to finally share with you the upcoming 2014 limited edition Lamy Studio fountain pen, in Wild Rubin. It has a shiny glossy red finish, with silver trim and a silver metal grip section.

One thing we’re super excited about is that this fountain pen will be available in both stainless steel nib and 14k gold nib format, in sizes EF through M.  It will still have the same great replaceable Lamy nibs.

The gold nib version will list for $219 (our price will be $175.20) and comes beautifully merchandised in a red gift box with a bottle of Lamy blue ink and a Z26 converter.

The steel nib version will list for $99 (our price will be $79.20), same as the black and imperial blue versions. It will come in the standard Lamy gift box with the Z26 converter.

The Lamy Studio Wild Rubin will be released here in the US in mid-October. You’re welcome to sign up for our email notification list on ~ it helps us forecast how many to order, and you’ll be the first to know when it arrives.

What do you think of this new Studio color?

2017-10-11T14:09:19+00:00 September 11th, 2014|Pen News|16 Comments
  • โ˜… keri โ˜…

    What's the difference between this Red Studio and the other Red Studio that was LE? I can't tell from these photos, but maybe it's a deeper red?

  • Vinรญcius Cordeiro

    Any chance for a blog post listing all Lamy Studio LEs?

  • Andrew

    Love the strong base color. I was intrigued until I saw the sparkly undertones. A solid version of this color in last year's LE Royal Red matte finish might have snagged me.

  • Angela Booth

    Oh no.. It's gorgeous. My favorite color, and I WANT it. (Sigh.) Something else for my Christmas wish list. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Erin

    Last year's (or maybe it was 2012?) Royal Red studio looked almost orange/copper in some lights. This sounds like it'll be more of a true, blue-toned red.

  • Erin

    I am SO excited for this! I was really tempted by the Royal Red, but the fact that it could sometimes appear orange stopped me from pulling the plug. This one looks like a true beautiful red. Plus the fact that it is offered with the steel nib means I can actually afford it!

  • โ˜… keri โ˜…

    Yes, and another comment says the Royal Red was more of a matte finish and this one looks more metallic/sparkly.

    I'm glad I didn't end up convincing myself to save/splurge on the other one – if this one is more of a ruby color, I'll like it so much better ๐Ÿ˜€

  • Cameron Stark

    I wish they would stop releasing special edition colors that are so similar to previously released colors, like pink and coral, yellow and neon yellow, and now royal red and wild Rubin. Still, it looks nice and I like the nib options.

  • LilyWhyteLegs

    Love that red! Thus could well be my first Lamy pen…

  • Ashley Shell

    I think you will LOVE the Lamy pen brand! I have at least 4 and I LOVE mine. They are great go-to workhorse pens – and very comfortable to write with.

  • astra2

    I really love my Studio. I got it with an additional italic nib and for a stock italic, it works quite well, even given my left-handed weird pen orientaton.

  • LilyWhyteLegs

    Just signed up for notification when they come in. I'm easy to convince. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  • Gopiballava

    I'm curious, why do you dislike them releasing similar colors? I often look at pens (and inks) in close colors and decide that I like one but really dislike the other, so I'm happy when I see a company not thinking "Ok, red, we've done red, we can move on!"

  • Anja Rรผsewald

    That looks absolutely stunning! What a wonderful shade of red, and it sparkles! ๐Ÿ˜€
    I have a blue Studio, but .. now, this is tempting .. Wow!

  • Cameron Stark

    I think its because they release similar colors so close together. I like to collect the LE's, so its a bit of a disappointment to see similar colors released so soon. I do like them all though, I'm not really complaining.

  • Aw, that's awesome to hear Logan! Thank you so much, I'm thrilled that my blog's been so helpful for you ๐Ÿ™‚