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LAMY 2000 Fine Nib Fountain Pen

by Lamy

RRP: £175.00
Price: £119.33 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details
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  • 14 ct gold nib, platinum coated, hand polished.
  • Available nib grades: extra fine (EF) / fine (F) / medium (M) / broad (B) / extra broad (BB) / oblique, medium (OM) / oblique, broad (OB) / oblique, extra broad (OBB).
  • Designer: Gerd A. Müller
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Product Information

Technical Details
Model NumberF/P 01 F
Item Weight18 g
Product Dimensions14.6 x 2.2 x 2.2 cm
Material Typeplastic
Point Typefine
Ink ColourBlue
Tip Typefountain
Manufacturer Part NumberL01-EF
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 15,301 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight18 g
Date First Available18 Aug 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.


The nib

All Lamy fountain pen nibs are equipped with a high-quality iridium ball.

The choice of the nib grade is dependent on the personal handwriting and the writing position. For left-handers there are special LH nibs available which are minimally bevelled as the fountain pen is not pulled by left-handers but rather pushed.

Rounded nibs

Rounded nibs are common favourites. All-round nibs with a completely rounded tip. Because of the roundness no tilting is possible when writing. This is the bestselling nib grade.

LH m

Oblique nibs

For a slanted position: One side of the nib is shortened / bevelled. Thus the ink flow is constant even with an angled writing position.
By the way, the "O" stands for oblique.That's the French term for tapered.

OM nibOB nibOBB nib
Straight nibs

With these nibs, the fountain pen must be held upright, without tilting or turning, for the ink flow to be steady. The iridium ball has a straight cut.

EF nibF nibB nibBB nib


Box Contains

LAMY 2000 fountain pen (F nib - fine)

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Customer Reviews

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By D. Clarke on 9 Sep 2013
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I'll not repeat much about the pen's design and history, there are extensive reviews elsewhere online. Instead, a few random jottings.

* this is a very practical fountain pen: the fibreglass finish, sprung clip and large ink reservoir make for a no fuss everyday writing experience. There's no reason why a pen like this shouldn't be usable for decades.

* it's a pen which combines a number of interesting/desirable features in one fountain pen at a reasonable price. Hooded or gold nibs and piston filling are characteristics found usually in pricier pens and the Lamy 2000 combines all three.

* it's much less likely than some other good quality fountain pens to be stolen since, capped and left unattended on a work desk, it could pass for some run of the mill biro or rollerball

* the Fine nib comes up broader then typical, and would easily suit someone looking for a Medium on other pens. It is finer than a TWSBI 540 M or a Pelikan M200 M however. It has some springiness and allows for some lovely line variation, say less then the Noodlers Konrad's flex but much more than a nail like the TWSBI 540.

* Cost varies a lot from full retail at £175 to sub-£100 if you manage to hit the right offer. WHSmiths have it at less than £100 at times, but rarely in stock. I bought mine from Amazon for under £100 and felt I'd done well. The quid pro quo is that you don't get the full Lamy packaging, so depending on the circumstances it might not be suitable as a gift. I flushed the pen before use and there was the mearest whisper of blue ink, this is from the factory testing and is not an indication that the pen is used. I think £175 is a little overpriced, but anywhere under a £100 seems good value for this piece of elegant and functional design history.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Neil Lewis VINE VOICE on 17 Feb 2013
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The Lamy 2000 is a unique fountain pen, created in 1966 with a body of glassfibre-reinforced polycarbonate, its tactile matt black brushed finish cigar shaped body and brushed steel fittings give it modernist cool and a touch of the technical. The body is lightweight but durable and well-balanced. It's filled from bottled ink, rather than cartridges. For me, the large ink capacity outweighs not having the ease of carrying around a spare cartridge, and opens up a bigger choice of ink colours. The semi-hooded nib is platinum coated 14K gold, and hand polished. The fine nib is smooth and well-behaved, not in the least scratchy like some fine nibs. I've tried the Lamy Studio 14K nib, and I find the 2000 to have a good sweet spot in comparison. Truly a modern classic.
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This unassuming little example of Bauhaus design may just change your life! If you have considered trying a fountain pen, you cannot go far wrong with this, and you may never need to buy another.... my MB149 has never made it to my desk because of this little guy.

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When I first filled the ink the pen was not 100% great.

I had to give it a good flush then fill it with a "wet" ink: then it comes alive. It is a very smooth pen and the nib has a wee bit of flex that gives character to one’s writing.

My one beef with it is finding its sweet spot where it sits well between thumb and index finger. Posted it is quite a long pen and despite being made of a glass fibre type material it has some weight. I find it rolls slightly in my grip and now and again the clip gets in the way. However, I am enjoying it enormously at the moment and it is my edc as it holds bucketsful of ink and is a good all day long pen.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Leo Spanswick on 29 Dec 2013
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I got this pen for the scandalous price of 78.15 - what a steal!

However, when I went to write with it the first time - I was underwhelmed, especially having read such good things about this pen. Thus, I jumped on to the Fountain Pen Network forum, and was quickly recommended someone who could tune my nib for me. I exchanged emails with him, and the pen was sent off. When I got it back, it was a whole new pen! I couldn't believe how smooth it was, I would literally touch it to the paper and it scooted along as if it were made of ice, coated in oil, on a sheet of ice (not even an overstatement)! It also laid a much nicer line of ink on the page.

Maybe I just got a bad one, but considering the price at which I purchased it, I didn't mind paying 30 to have it tuned. It is now easily my favourite pen, even surpassing the LAMY Dialog 3 given to me by my late grandfather, which has a lot of sentimental value.

Thus, if you get this pen, and are underwhelmed, please do leave me a comment and I can put you in touch with my nibmeister - you won't regret it!
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