Lamy 2000 Fountain Pen



Lamy 2000 Makrolon Fountain Pen 

The LAMY 2000 fountain pen is a design that has been making – and writing – history since 1966, when it was designed for LAMY by Gerd Muller. It has been described as a ‘timeless classic’ but the Lamy 2000 Fountain Pen remains one of the most modern writing instruments available.

The design of this fine writing instrument is one of understated elegance, with the matt black of the pen’s body and cap relieved only by a satin-finished steel clip and section. The main body of the pen, and the cap, are made of Makrolon, a fibreglass polycarbonate that gives a durable finish.

Made in Germany, the LAMY 2000 fountain pen is the maker’s flagship product. This black version has a feature that could not be incorporated into its cousin, the Brushed Steel 2000; just above the section, this version has a series of transparent windows that allow one to check on the ink level in the reservoir.

The LAMY 2000 fountain pen features a piston operated filling system / fibreglass matt black finish / 14 ct. gold nib, platinum coated and is available in eight nib sizes, from Extra Fine to Oblique Double Broad.

Lamy 2000 Fountain Pen - Dimensions Length (pen): 124mm Length (capped): 138mm Length (posted): 154mm Diameter (barrel, widest): 13mm Diameter ("section"): 10mm The 2000 tapers, so doesn't have a section, as such. Weight (complete): 26g Weight (pen): 17g Weight (cap): 9g Ink: Lamy T52 fountain pen ink


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