Lamy 2000 Fountain Pen - Black - Broad Nib

Lamy 2000 Fountain Pen - Black - Broad Nib

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4.0 (1 reviews)
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The Lamy 2000 is Lamy's flagship fountain pen. For this black version, the body is made of a fiberglass known as Makrolon, and brushed stainless steel trim provides accents. The lightweight body contains a traditional piston filler mechanism that can be filled with bottled inks only, and has a large capacity. The pen barrel also features four small window sections above the grip to view the ink inside. The platinum-coated nib is made of 14 carat gold. The Lamy 2000 is so revered that it is on permanent display at the Museum of Modern Art and has won countless design awards. This luxurious pen will be a prized item in anyone's collection!

To fill the Lamy 2000, first unscrew the end of the pen, which will lower the inside piston, and push all air out of the inside of the barrel. Then, dip the pen in an ink bottle fully submerging the nib. Twist the barrel end back down to screw the pen together, which will cause the inside piston to rise while sucking ink out of the bottle, and into the pen barrel.

Dimensions: Approximately 5.4 inches (13.8 cm) long when capped, 6.0 inches (15.2 cm) long from tip of nib to end of cap when cap is posted on pen barrel, and 0.5 inches (1.3 cm) in diameter.

Note: This pen may come with ink residue in the nib from being dip tested by Lamy at the factory. As with all new fountain pens, we recommend giving your Lamy a good cleaning before you use it.

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I have a billion Lamy...
January 3, 2015
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I have a billion Lamy Allstars, and this is the first 'higher' end Lamy I've purchased. I really like the weight of it, and the nib is very nice, smooth. I think I will be using this pen to do a lot of writing.
The reason I don't give it 5 stars is because I'm not too sure about the refill system of this pen. Its awkward to refill because you can't see what you're doing- the twisting motion that you use to suck up the ink could end up unscrewing the front part completely. No way to tell how much ink you have in the pen.
Despite this, I still recommend this pen, although not for a beginner.