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Lamy 2000 Fountain Pen Black Fine (L01F)

by Lamy

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  • Black Fine Point Fountain Pen
  • Fountain pen with piston operated filling system
  • 14 ct gold nib
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameLamy
Item Weight4 ounces
Product Dimensions1 x 1 x 1 inches
Item model numberL01F
ColorBlack
Material TypeMakrolon
Number of Items1
SizeFine
Point TypeFine Point
Ink ColorBlack
Manufacturer Part NumberL01F
  
Additional Information
ASINB001D3PYT0
Best Sellers Rank #3,514 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableApril 2, 2004
  
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Product Description

The 2000 is a combination of Makrolon reinforced by fiberglass and brush-finished stainless steel, and the spring-operated clip is made from solid stainless steel.

Customer Reviews

Great fountain pen.
Tertullus
This is a great pen and a really smooth writer.
Roberto Rivera
I like both the fine and extra fine nibs.
Gene

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

48 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Yaniel on February 3, 2012
I'm an avid fountain pen user with an assortment of pens from a couple of dollars up to the $500 range. I purchased the Lamy 2000 because of it's amazing, yet understated looks. I'm an English Lit major and take pages upon pages of notes daily with my pens. The ink capacity on the Lamy 2000 allows me to go over a week without refilling. I leave it uncapped for entire class sessions and it never gives me trouble starting. I find the pen extremely comfortable to hold, some users complain about the tabs that the cap clips onto, but I have never found it to be a problem. I'm now on my sixth month of daily use with this pen and I feel it still looks great. I throw it in my pocket, in my backpack, dropped it multiple times but the finish on it still looks beautiful. It has developed a couple of smoother spots (patina) where my fingers usually rest when holding it, which I also think adds to the lovely character of the pen. The filling mechanism is as smooth as the day I purchased it as well. I wish I could find a negative about this pen so I wont seem so biased, but I really can't. I'm sure this pen will get me through the rest of undergrad and through graduate school without missing me a beat. I also purchased the .7mm Lamy 2000 mechanical pencil, which doesn't get nearly as much use, but has been equally flawless.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Tertullus on April 30, 2013
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I have two of these fountain pens: One with a fine nib, and one with a medium. The nibs tend to be a bit wider than most, so if you want what I would call a genuine fine nib, you should probably get the extra fine. I am always amazed at the beautiful design of this pen. It looks so simple. It has no flashy parts. It does not have a large dual tone gold nib like a large Mont Blanc or Pelikan. No Lawyer type Bling. What it does have is an excellent, - truly excellent - nib and superior ink feed. I can keep one capped for a month, and it writes first time. The other thing I love about this pen is that it is a REAL PEN: It sucks ink from a bottle. No cartridges or dainty converter, the body of the pen sucks a large amount of ink from a bottle, and therefore writes for a long time. It writes. Smoothly. Every time. Great fountain pen. I own many much more expensive fountain pens and they work well, but I seem to reach for the 2000 every time I need to write.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Gene on December 30, 2012
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I have several Lamy fountain pens. My previous models for the less expensive Safari and Al-Star, which I purchase only to get a sense of the manufacturer's product quality. I have used the other pens for several months before investigating a better Lamy Pen. The Lamy 2000 appeared to be a good, medium priced pen option. I ordered the fine point nib.

I am very pleasantly surprised about this pen. The quality and sturdiness of this pen allows me to be very comfortable with its daily use in or out of the office. The cap snaps on and off. While using the pen, I prefer to post the cap on the end of the pen to provide additional weight on top of the pen. The extra weight allows the pen to rest in the crook of my hand and provides me better nib control.

The pen's girth is a little stocky, just right for my writing grip. The diameter is 0.51". A typical "Flair" pen is 0.42" diameter.

The last 0.9" of the pen, immediately before the nib, is a smooth brushed stainless steel section that would allow people that like to position their fingers close to the nib an opportunity to do so, without touching any portion that has ink.

It took me a few minutes to understand how to fill the pen. This is a bottle ink only pen, which I have several, so there are typically only a couple fill variations. The trick to the Lamy 2000 is the almost hidden plunger control. The end of the pen unscrews. This is not unlike many other bottle ink pens however Lamy has machined the pen end so precisely that you cannot see that there are two sections. This information is not in the pen instructions. In order to fill the pen, unscrew the pen's end counterclockwise and the inside plunger will recede.

As stated earlier, I ordered a fine tip nib.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By G. Nimmer on May 27, 2012
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This is my first fountain pen. I wanted to give them a try. I'm very pleased with it, it writes so smoothly, it glides across the paper effortlessly! It's a real joy to write with. Very much an upgrade over any ball-point out there. I'm using Noodlers Bulletproof Eel ink, which is very nice too - it drys completely in about 3 seconds, no smudging or smearing, and it's not water soluble, so your words won't melt away if you spill a glass of water. I'm very happy with this pen!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Lyndle R. Clement on July 9, 2014
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The Lamy 2000 is a fantastic pen and worth every penny. It is very easy to clean once you learn how to remove the nib and feed and can be disassembled, cleaned and reassembled in less than five minutes. There is a great video on YouTube from Stephen Brown on how to do this.
The pen writes smooth and even though the nib I purchased is a fine, it writes more like a medium which I prefer anyway. The Lamy 2000 is comfortable to hold and write with both posted and not. I find the convenience of popping off the cap to be a time saver and this jewel of a pen never disappoints or lets me down. Since it is a piston filler, it holds a large amount of ink and I can write all week with it before a refill is needed. If you are on the fence about spending the money for this pen, I can assure you that it is worth what you will pay and that you will find yourself using it all the time.
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