|Item Weight||4.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||1 x 1 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||L01M|
|Material Type||Polycarbonate Makralon|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||L01M|
Lamy 2000 Fountain Pen Black Medium Nib (L01M)
|Price:||$132.95 & FREE Shipping. Details|
|You Save:||$66.05 (33%)|
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- Black Medium Nib Point Fountain Pen
- Fountain pen with piston operated filling system
- 14 ct gold nib
- Piston filler needs to be cleaned timely for better use.
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Top Customer Reviews
I know Lamy USA has good customer service, but there is no way I was keeping a pen that needed service upon arrival.
The clip is functional and good looking as well.
The pen is a good writer on various types of paper. Anywhere from high-end smooth paper to general purpose copy paper work well with it. It doesn't lay down enough ink to write very well on laid paper or low-grade yellow and white legal pads -- on these it feels scratchy, and the line is inconsistent. That said, the only things that work well on these types of paper are pencils and BIC sticks while using a ton of pressure.
My only criticisms are the manufacturing residue on the pen straight out of the box and the general difficulty of cleaning the pen. There is a faint white haze on the pen body when it comes out of the box. Cleaning with a soft damp rag or by polishing the pen body with the palms of your hands quickly removes this and gives the pen body a darker appearance.
There is also residue inside the pen in the ink reservoir and in the nib unit, so I recommend cleaning the pen with a pen flush or with mild detergent and water before you first ink it up.
Nib creep is a significant problem with this pen as well. The best temporary solution I've found is to use a soft damp rag to wipe the nib from the base to the tip. Using a dry rag or wiping in the other direction will only make the problem worse.
There is a metal plate on the inside of the cap which the nib appears to rest against or near to when the pen is capped.Read more ›
So things were great until recently when the pen started to leak at the seal between the barrel and the section. This is a common problem and has been present in the pen for more than 50 years. Ironically, the flaw is a result of form taking precedence over function. To achieve the sleek lines of the pen, certain sacrifices in the reliability of the gasket at the join had to be made. It was a peculiar design decision. Most piston fillers anticipate this problem and cast the barrel and section as a single piece.
The pen is now off to Lamy for another "free" repair, and I'm sure it will come back good as new, but I still wish that they would fix a problem that's been known for half a century.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have owned many fountain pens (mostly cheaper ones but some of excellent quality). The design, feel, nib flow, and refilling procedure are the best!!!!! Read morePublished 3 months ago by Chris Duncan
These pens are a marvel of design, and unrivaled for the price. BUT - the nibs are iffy (quality control problems), and the ink flow is very strong. Read morePublished 3 months ago by AZ
The Lamy 2000 is so well known and has been around for so long that you couldn't possibly say anything new about this pen. At least I couldn't. Read morePublished 7 months ago by DF
A decente fountain pen. Maybe to expensive for what it is.Published 7 months ago by Orlando Salinas Hudson