Finally bought myself a Lamy Safari fountain pen after reading so many reviews on Amazon.
I actually bought two, the version with the transparent body. It's very cool, you can get to see the ink inside the system behind the nib. It's also easier to see how much ink you've left inside the cartridge.
The handle also has two big holes for you to see how much your ink is left. That's more useful pens that aren't transparent.
This is a moderately priced fountain pen. Its construction is made of plastic except for the nib and clip. It's light so it's comfortable for writing long periods. The transparent pen has a shiny surface while the non-transparent ones have non-reflective smooth surfaces.
The silver clip on the cap is like a huge paper clip.
On the part near the nib where you put your fingers on, it's indented for placement of your fingers.
The nibs come in various sizes, which are extra-fine, fine and medium. Fine is something like a Copic 0.8 and extra fine is about 0.5. I recommend getting the extra-fine if you're getting just one pen.
I read that you can also swap out the nibs.
The pen handles very well. I'm using the Noodler's black ink with it and it writes very smoothly.
The nib is not pressure sensitive so it's only capable of producing consistent lines. You won't be able to get varying stroke thickness with this pen. Take note of this if you're thinking of drawing with this pen.
The design isn't very fanciful but it gets the job done. Writes as well as those expensive brands.
It's a great entry level fountain pen. Very functional and feels durable. Highly recommended.