Lamy 2000 Stainless Steel Fountain Pen
The LAMY 2000 stainless steel fountain pen has a part of the design history of pens since 1966, when this fountain pen was first introduced to the market. Since then it has been one of the focal points of LAMY’s ethos and philosophy. Although one could describe the 2000 as a timeless classic, LAMY’s innovative approach to writing instruments means that this is still one of the most modern pens available today. Like all LAMY products made in Germany, the Lamy 2000 Stainless Steel Fountain Pen is a pleasure to hold and a pleasure with which to write, and the smoothness and solidity of its metal cap and barrel speaks of quality.
Overall, the design maxim of the Lamy 2000 Stainless Steel Fountain Pen is elegance through simplicity, and the only contrast with the matte, brushed, finish of the pen is the high gloss of the clip and the platinum-coated nib, which latter peeps out from the end of the section. The 2000 was designed for LAMY by Gerd Alfred Müller, who has been honoured by having one of these pens placed on display at the Museum of Modern Art.
The Lamy 2000 Stainless Steel Fountain Pen has a piston operated filling system / stainless steel, matt brushed finish / 14 ct. gold nib, platinum coated.
Lamy 2000 Stainless Steel Fountain Pen - Dimensions
Length (pen): 124mm Length (capped): 138mm Length (posted): 154mm
Diameter (barrel, widest): 13mm Diameter ("section"): 10mm
Weight (complete): 54g Weight (pen): 34g Weight (cap): 20g
Ink: Lamy T52 fountain pen ink