Johannes Tögel: That's a really bad idea... now my cap is dented, while the nib still won't come off.
Ben George: Thank you :)
Angela W: Perfect, so easy and clear to follow that I had y nib changed before the video had finished!
Matt Eagle: Very useful! Thank you!!
stella zhu: useful!thank you
Harry Alleva: Thank you for the very clear video tutorial.
Arfilio Martinez: Can you help me with a good source of gold nibs, my emporium fountain pen was damage and Lamy's repair shop is to expenive.
Your video helps me to do it myself.
Adam Xu: looks easy. gonna try it in several days.
Đặng Hiệp Trần: Which pixel is the nib?
Drew Lowell: I switched my Lamy F to an EF and the EF fell right off my pen while writing and ink poured all over my stationary. I plan to contact them, because I believe it was their product that was defective
Alan Zheng: Where can I buy a Lamy Safari EF nib?
Ricky Limka: If you don't want your Safari cap to have marks and damaged a little bit, don't follow this trick.
This works except for italic nibs where you have to exert more force to remove the nib. I tried this method with a calligraphy nib, but I wasn't able to remove it and have actually damaged the cap a bit.
So if you love your pen, better follow Brian Goulet's method using tape to remove the nib (it's not really his method but he did say that one of his customers showed him the trick).
Ted Clarke: awesome demo tfs
aman9619: Thanks. Very useful.
Caio Costa: Thank you, your video helped me a lot.
Joanna Marie Anzures: Can I change my medium nib to extra fine nib??
BFdes93: Will this work with the Al-Star Lamy range too?
jenniferjewell5809: Thank you SOO much! I just hadn't been able to work it out in months- then in 4 seconds voila!!!
Ta so much!