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Lamy 2000 Fountain Pen - Medium


 
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Lamy's flagship fountain pen is the 2000, made of a combination of Makrolon (black fibreglass) and brushed stainless steel. It is piston filled and as such can only be used with an ink bottle and not with ink cartridges. The Lamy 2000 is so revered that it is on permanent display at the Museum of Modern Art and has won countless design awards. 14kt gold, platinum-coated medium nib.

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Lamy's flagship fountain pen is the 2000, made of a combination of Makrolon (black fibreglass) and brushed stainless steel. It is piston filled and as such can only be used with an ink bottle and not with ink cartridges. The Lamy 2000 is so revered that it is on permanent display at the Museum of Modern Art and has won countless design awards. 14kt gold, platinum-coated medium nib.

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Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 24 Write a review.

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Lamy 2000 Medium Nib July 29, 2014
Reviewer: Walt from Xenia, OH United States  
This is a truly smooth writing pen.  Previously for quality/quantity writing" I used a Mountblanc 149 90th anniversary (received as a gift) or a Mountblanc 1966 Writers Edition (Dumas) purchased in Paris in 1966.  All three nibs are listed as medium.  The Lamy 2000 is slightly smoother writing, and  puts down a very consistent ink flow.  I think it will be a while before I can rank the pens 1-2-3, but the price advantage of the Lamy would be very difficult to overcome.  I would recommend the Lamy 2000 for both every day and "special" writing.  Very nice, quality pen.

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Slight baby's bottom problem July 19, 2014
Reviewer: Aditya Shevade from San Diego, CA United States  
After returning 2 fine 2000s, I got this one. Way smoother and wetter than (the way I like it) the fine version but has slight baby's bottom issue. (Skips on some strokes occasionally).

However, it's so better than the other 2 models that I am keeping it and might get it worked on by a specialist.

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
 
Great pen June 9, 2014
Reviewer: Blake Langlinais from Lafayette, LA United States  
The Lamy 2k was the second fountain pen I got. I've had it for a month or so now, and it is one of the smoothest writing instruments I've ever owned. The Medium nib took a bit getting used to as my other pen was an extra fine, but while it's not ideal for small pocket journals, it is perfect for casual journaling and drafting ideas.

Overall I'd highly recommend the pen, and Goulet Pen Company always follows through with careful packaging.

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  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
 
The Icon June 6, 2014
Reviewer: Peter Buergin-Witt from Door County, WI  
This pen has haunted me ever since I thought beyond my Pelikano school pen.  Recently my wife ordered an EF L2k for my not-so-soon upcoming birthday on this site, but since I don't have it yet, I will comment on my so far favorite of all fountain pens - the Lamy 2000 in medium.  This pen is rugged, with a glassy smooth nib, big ink capacity and, within the limitations of a piston filler (ink burps when it heats up), flawless.  The design is a discreet rebellion against gaudiness (are you listening, MB?) One of the best aspects of the pen is revealed only after you've had and used it for a few years: its wabi-sabi way of aging gracefully - it never looks scuffed or scratched like highly polished pens, but develops a shinier patina, like the hardwood handle of a well used tool, becoming more beautiful all the time.  And I believe its designer, Gerd A. Muller, planned that in.  An Icon.  It will age with you, and gently remind you of all the places you've been together.

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  1 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
 
Lamy 2000 May 28, 2014
Reviewer: Donald L Johnson from Wolfeboro, NH United States  
I am not a Lamy Fan , i have a Safari and, but only because I am a collector - I consider them a gimmicky excuse for a pen -- not a serious one -- The Chinese copies are a better buy.
But Brian gave the 2000  a good review, so I ordered one -- To my surprise, I really like it -- it is a smooth excellent writer with good ink flow and i like the texture of the body -- good feel and grip. It is a nice size and weight and the clip works well.  I can recommend it

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