The LAMY T10 giant ink cartridge is a fountain-pen cartridge designed to suit all LAMY pens except for the LAMY 2000. It will only fit into a LAMY pen and is not compatible with other brands.
The efficient design of the cartridge allows for every last drop of ink to be used. The ink has a moderate flow. It comes here as a packet of five cartridges.
Colours available include professional blues and blacks, and more playful red, turquoise and violet.
INK COLOURS: various ink colours available
LENGTH: approx. 7cm
MATERIALS: Fountain-pen ink in plastic cartridge
SOURCE: Made in Germany
- Lasts a long time! Review by Anna
- I love these ink cartridges because they last forever. Although this red ink is quite light and writes like a watercolour paint on paper. I prefer my red pens with a darker, opaque red ink. (Posted on 14/06/2017)
- All time favs Review by Sabrina
Lamy ink is my all time favs, especially the black one, but other colours such as the blue black or pacific blue are good too. The black one is super easy to read, I've literally sat exams after exams using this ink.
I've used the famous J. Herbin too, but I really prefer Lamy. Lamy inks are simple, but not simplistic. Compare to all the different colours J. Herbin offers, Lamy's range is pretty restricted. But they are all practical colours that you actually USE. I've bought heaps of stormy grey from J. Herbin, it was the most useless couple of dollars that I've ever spent. I just ended up writing really hard so that the ink could appear black. Still got several cartridges in the bottom of the drawer. Another problem with J. Herbin is that its inks are really watery, whereas Lamy is much thicker. You can get away with using blotting paper if you are using Lamy ink, but don't even think about it if you are using J. Herbin. It gets everywhere. The thickness of Lamy inks not only guarantee a quick dry, but also ensure the smoothness and clarity of writing. It practically does not smudge or ooze through the paper, but leaves very definite writings.
The only sad thing is that the Lamy cartridge is only for Lamy pen. I guess you can always buy bottled ink, but knowing me, it will probably get everywhere... (Posted on 14/06/2017)
- New and Distinctive - no wonder it's sold out! Review by Sheryl
- This new ink from Lamy is not-quite-black, not-quite-green. Easy to read on almost any paper colour, and smooth-flowing from the nib. Worth stocking up! (Posted on 24/05/2017)