Created in 1966 by Gerd A. Müller, the Lamy 2000 is the flagship pen of this renowned German brand.
The 2000 has won several prizes, including the International Forum Design Award in 1978. This pen is more than a writing instrument, it is a piece of design history, and even has a permanent place in the MoMA (Museum of Modern Art) in New York.
The body is constructed of stainless steel and Makrolon fiberglass. It is lightweight and has an almost silk-like texture. Four small transparent windows at the top of the barrel quickly display the ink level. The nib is 14K platinum plated gold and provides an exceptional writing experience. An integrated piston system allows for direct ink refilling, eliminating the need for disposable cartridges or plastic converters.
The Lamy 2000 is one of the best fountain pens available today and is a treasured part of any collection.
- Measurements: 5.5'' cap closed, 6'' cap posted, 4.9'' without the cap
- Weight: About 26 g (without ink)
- This pen must be filled with ink from a bottle only (not included) and does not accept ink cartridges.