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LAMY 2000 Ballpoint Pen - Multicolour

by Lamy

RRP: £55.00
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  • Massive, spring-loaded stainless steel clip.
  • Fitted with ballpoint pen refill LAMY M 21 in black, blue, red and green.
  • Designer: Gerd A. Müller
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LAMY 2000 Ballpoint Pen - Multicolour + 8 x Schmidt 635M Mini Ball Pen Refill - (2 each of Black Blue Green Red) - (Lamy M21 and Cross 8518-4 Compatible)
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Product Information

Technical Details
Model NumberL401
Product Dimensions2.5 x 2.5 x 2.5 cm
Material Typemetal
Point Typemulti
Ink ColourBlack
Tip Typemulti
Manufacturer Part NumberL401
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 13,819 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight798 g
Date First Available10 Mar 2008
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Product Description

Product Description

LAMY 2000 colours

LAMY 2000 – The modern classic.

The LAMY 2000 has been writing design history since 1966. As a timeless classic it is still one of the most modern writing instruments today.

Function alone determines form. With this design principle Lamy has won the hearts of many design enthusiasts throughout the world. And this all started with the LAMY 2000.

When it made its first appearance in the shop windows in 1966, it was the first writing instrument of the modern era which did not seek to be a status symbol but simply an honest, high-precision tool for writing by hand. Made of modern materials; stainless steel and Macrolon.

The LAMY 2000 is made of fibreglass polycarbonate and high-quality brushed stainless steel. Massive, spring-loaded stainless steel clip.

Lamy now also presents the LAMY 2000 as a high-quality, all-metal stainless steel series with a velvety brushed stainless steel finish which provides a warm and pleasant feel.

Designer: Gerd A. Müller


LAMY 2000 systems

Available Writing Systems

The LAMY 2000 is available as ballpoint pen, mechanical pencil, multi-colour ballpoint pen, fountain pen and rollerball pen.

Fountain pen

Fountain pens support individual handwriting more than any other writing instrument. Whether you are seeking to develop good handwriting or want to sign letters and contracts in style, or simply prefer the individual character of handwritten news to the anonymity of e-mails.

Mechanical pencil

Pencils are the most popular, uncomplicated writing tools: Perfect for making notes, sketching, and dictation. And if something should go wrong, one can simply erase it.

Basically, a Lamy mechanical pencil can be operated as easily as a ballpoint pen. Just press until the lead point appears – and simply write. Or sketch. Or draw. If the lead refill is used up, just press once more – and then you're ready to go again.

Almost all Lamy mechanical pencils have an eraser tip at the top end of the body, just under the removable push button. For easy and chemical-free corrections.

Ballpoint pen

As a long-lasting, reliable writing system, it is one of the most important products of our daily lives.

On the side: in compliance with ISO 12757, Lamy ballpoint pens refills do not contain any toxic chemicals and are therefore environmentally compatible. In addition, they are waterproof, which is important in particular for the signing of contracts and when displaying receipts and copies.

Rollerball pen

Lamy rollerballs are a good alternative to fountain pens or ballpoint pens. Combine the best of the two classic categories: Our rollerball pens are as easy to operate as ballpoint pens. And they have a similarly beautiful typeface to the fountain pen and offer a very high level of writing comfort.


Product Description

The Lamy 2000 Black 4 Color Brushed Stainless Steel Clip Ballpoint Pen. Lamy's 2000 is made of a combination of fibreglass and brushed stainless steel known as Makrolon. The Lamy 2000 is so revered that it is on permanent display at the Museum of Modern Art and has won countless design awards.

  • Color choice by view mechanism.
  • Fitted with ballpoint pen refill LAMY M 21 in black, blue, red and green..
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    17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By tallmanbaby TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 25 Mar 2009
    I do not own a moleskine notebook, I think they are too expensive. This pen is expensive for one pen, it is even pretty expensive for four pens. Is it worth it?

    If you attend meetings where you take notes, but don't have much time to sort these out later, then this pen probably is worth it. There are small tasteful colour inserts at the top. You rotate the pen until your chosen colour is uppermost, and when the refill comes out, it has a little band at the nib denoting its colour.

    So, you are writing notes in black, you want to highlight an action, you click the pen, rotate slightly, click again, and you are writing in red pen. Click, rotate, click and you are back to black.

    Of course you could just have more pens in your pocket!

    The pen looks tasteful and understated, but nothing remarkable. In the hand, it feels reassuringly solid and expensive.

    The price is expensive, but this is a quality piece of equipment, and if it is the sort of thing that you would use, then it could well be well worth it for you.

    However, don't take my word for it, track down one in one of those expensive pen shops and try for yourself. On the other hand if you already have lots of moleskine notebooks, an iPhone, and a copy of the latest Malcolm Gladwell in your pocket, then you will probably just want to rush out and buy one!

    EDIT - after more than a year, this pen is still in one piece, and I'm distinctly heavy handed with such things. The refill inks are easy enough to obtain. It is also pleasantly understated in appearance, hence far less likely to get half-inched.

    It has changed the way I take notes!
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Martin Brown on 16 Mar 2013
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    Very impressed by the LAMY 2000 pencil I next bought the matching fountain pen, also excellent, and decided to complete the set with the multi pen. Like the others, it is exquisitely made. The engineering is so precise that you can't even see or feel the join in the barrel until you learn where it is.

    The selected refill is held very precisely so there is no detectable movement - just perfect. Like the pencil and fountain pen, it fits very comfortably in the hand and feels so 'right' A pleasure to hold and use, it is not a toy or gimmicky, it is a precise and very practical instrument.

    Although the standard LAMY refills are pretty good, you can of course change them for any 'D1' alternatives. I now use an ultra fine Hi-tec gel black which allows very precise detailing and extremely small writing if you need it. A very worthwhile change for me and more pleasant than a standard ball point. I have also changed the blue to a Tombow BR-VMP. It is a pressurised 'space pen' refill which allows upside down use and the ability to write on wet or greasy paper. The Tombow writes no better than the standard refill but its nice to know you can do extreme things with it if you need to. Finally I have changed the green, which I never use, to a LAMY marker refill. This is florescent orange and acts reasonably well as a highlighter; far more useful to me than green. There are of course plenty of other alternatives if you want to experiment. I have heard that the Schmidt D1 refills are a bit special but I have not tried them.

    One word of warning!! When I first started changing refills I got in a bit of a mess because I was holding the pen horizontally. If you do that it allows the floating ball to move whilst changing and it jams the mechanism.
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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Peter Biddlecombe TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 30 Jun 2011
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    All the same class as other Lamy 2000 pens and pencils, but 4-in-1 with no increase in size - I bought the pencil at the same time, and both are the same size. This one is a bit heavier than the pencil, but still relatively light, being mostly made from a posh kind of plastic.

    Now I just need an excuse to write in green ink!
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J. Cheung on 27 Jan 2012
    Yes, +£30 seems like a lot for a 4-colour pen that you could otherwise pick up from a local shop for a fiver, but it is definitely worth it. It looks fantastic (the brushed finish works very well - the split where the pen opens up for refills is almost seamless) and the colour changing mechanism is subtle and effective. Every other multi-colour pen on the market looks like a tacky children's toy in comparison.

    Don't pay too much attention to the reviewer who flawed this pen on the grounds that it lacks a gift box and that it's confusing to work without a manual. It comes in a minimalistic cardboard box (I personally like this touch) which you could easily construct your own presentation gift box around, and as for working out how to use it - use your head or just google it, it's really not that hard.
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    6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By sonictravels on 17 Oct 2011
    It it wasn't so pricey then it would have had all five stars. The pen is lovely to use. It feels good (and is made well), it writes well, and changing colours makes you feel like a Jedi. There were no instructions and so figuring that part out was interesting. The colours change as if by magic. In fact you just hold the pen horizontally and rotate the entire pen until the colour that you want is facing up, then press the button in. You can feel the mechanism click over inside as you turn the pen if you pay close attention. You would think such a thing would be a gimmick that doesn't work well but it is a very professional writing instrument that is well crafted. Feels solid and expensive yet not bulky and heavy. I was expecting buyer's remorse here but none had... Enjoy.
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