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Lamy 2000 Titanium Ballpoint Pen - Titanium L202T

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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameLamy
SizeMedium
Point TypeMedium
Ink ColorTitanium
Manufacturer Part NumberL202T
  
Additional Information
ASINB0030MSTJE
Best Sellers Rank #240,337 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableDecember 14, 2009
  
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Product Description

Unmistakable since 1966: the design of the LAMY 2000 has been unchanged since its' inception. This year fans of the LAMY 2000 can celebrate the popular Lamy design with a particularly fine edition of their favorite ballpoint pen. Its body is made of solid titanium whose matte shimmering surface is emphasized by contrasting shiny metal trim finished in platinum.

In the tradition of the Bauhaus it shows that the reduction of form to the required function creates an ideal entity. The systems in this series are classics of this kind.

Ballpoint Pen features:

  • Spring operated shiny metal clip.
  • Click mechanism.
  • Accepts Lamy M16 refill.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By John D. on October 29, 2014
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I have carried a Lamy 2000, Edition 2000 in brushed stainless for almost fifteen years. It is a midweight pen, and it has gotten many compliments. More important, it's a very practical pen. Unlike the too-thin Cross pens, this is shaped optimally for the medium hand; you don't have to squeeze hard to get a comfortable grip. Its refill, too, is gigantic; you will get many many pages and pages of writing done. There's little point in saying how long the refill lasts, but since its capacity is visibly triple that of many ballpoint pens, you can expect it to go a long time.

I never had a problem with my first Lamy until I let someone borrow it at a time when I was distracted by something even more important than an expensive pen. And I lost it. So I needed a replacement.

I considered another Lamy 2000 in brushed stainless. The current model is fine, but I decided to go further afield. I like some heft in a pen, and decided to try the titanium.

Well, I sure like it. It's hefty all right! For comparison, here are a few weights:

Lamy 2000 Titanium with refill -- 51.1 g, without -- 47.0 g
Smith & Wesson M&P Tactical pen with refill -- 42.3 g, without -- 38.2 g
Lamy 2000 Edition 2000 in stainless with refill -- 35.0 g, without -- 31.0 g
Standard Sharpie -- 9.7 g
Bic Soft Feel Med -- 6.3 g
Sanford uni-ball Onyx fine -- 6.0 g
Fisher space pen (the really skinny one) -- 3.9 g

So the titanium model is a 50% weight increase over the stainless Lamy 2000. It's 23% heavier than the S&W, which is designed as a weapon. Is it too heavy?

I've written quite a bit with it now, and I just love the feel of this pen in my hand. It's great for writing on multipart NCR forms, and for writing quick notes.
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By David Itkin MD on June 22, 2013
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This is a classic design and seems timeless. Heavy but perfectly weighted. Only issue is that trim and clip are fingerprint magnets.
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By mitsuru fujita on November 29, 2014
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great!
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