|Item Weight||1 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8.3 x 1.2 x 7.5 inches|
|Item model number||L01EF|
|Material Type||Polycarbonate Makralon|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||Extra Fine Nib|
|Point Type||Extra Fine|
|Manufacturer Part Number||1201350|
LAMY 2000 Fountain Pen, Black, Extra-Fine Nib (L01EF)
|Price:||$138.99 & FREE Shipping|
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Lay's flagship fountain pen is the 2000 made of a combination of black fiberglass and brushed stainless steel known as Maroon. It is piston filled and as such can only be used with an ink bottle and not with ink cartridges. The Limy 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 extra fine nib.
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The best part, is that pen does exactly what it is supposed to do - write line after line of ink with little or no fuss (at least in my opinion). As an avid collector of pens I dont use it everyday, yet despite that point, I have no problems picking it up and writing if left alone for a few days. In fact, it plays quite nicely with all the inks that I currently own; such as Noodler's bulletproof black, Parker Quink blue, MontBlanc's Ltd. Ed. "Daniel Defoe" (palm green), and a host of Pilot Iroshizuku sampler vials. I also have all three varieties of the J. Herbin 1670 series of inks, but these haven't have not been used in the pen for cleanliness reasons. Filling the pen is easy, thanks to the built in piston converter, but the only drawback is that cleaning it up can be a bit tedious (because the pen is tricky to disassemble, thus not easily cleaned).
The writing line produced is a more wet than some other pens, and in comparison with my Pilot Penmanship pen, my Lamy 2000's Extra Fine nib looks like a Med nib (in contrast). That said, This isn't an issue which detracts from my personal experience with the pen, but I figured I'd mention this point to any potential buyers.
So, in my opinion, I suggest that anyone who is looking for a dependable fountain pen, which looks and feels great, to give this pen a try, as my experience has been nothing but positive.
Always loved piston fillers, but hated cleaning them. Lamy 2000 is such a great design. Large ink capacity, easy to write with, and easy to take apart for cleaning.
I was worried about so called "small sweet spot" problem mentioned by many users, which I am only happy to report not to be the case. Very smooth right out of box, and I suspect the complaints were from users inexperienced with fountain pens. I use this pen for drawings and can make very thin lines using the reverse side of the nib.
I highly recommend it.