Lamy’s Scribble is mostly seen in its 0.7 mm mechanical pencil and 3.15 mm clutch pencil versions — as it’s designed to be a drawing and sketching tool — but it’s also sold in a very fun ballpoint version. The pen isn’t particularly cheap, but it’s highly portable, well-made, and comfortable to use in a large array of hand positions (this is more useful with the clutch pencil then the pen).
The Scribble was designed by Hannes Wettstein, who also designed the Studio pen for Lamy. The share some design patterns like a widened middle section and the use of palladium finishes.
The Scribble uses Lamy’s tiny, proprietary M22 refill.
Lamy Scribble Ballpoint Pen Information
|Street Price||Check Price|
|Grip Diameter (mm)||13.0|
|Country of Origin||Germany|
|Length Capped / Retracted (cm)||12.4|
|Ink Color Shipped||Black|