The modern classic!
The LAMY 2000 has been writing design history since 1966. Even today, the series is regarded by many people as one of the world's most modern writing instruments. The collection, designed by Gerd A. Muller, is the perfect combination of design and functionality, combining high-quality polycarbonate and stainless steel. The seamless transition of the two materials is unparalleled. The design is accentuated by a matte, stainless steel surface and a shiny spring clip. The velvet-brushed surface gives a "warm" feel to the material and, along with the perfect balance, provides an unforgettable scratching experience.
The fountain pencil is available with a line width of 0.7 mm and has a built-in eraser and a cleaning needle under the removable push button.
Lamy is considered a pioneer in writing instruments worldwide. The family-owned company, founded in 1930, embraced the Bauhaus movement (form follows function) in 1966 when Dr. Manfred Lamy became Lamy's director. This design ethos is still key to the current popularity of Lamy pens.
The pen is available in several nib sizes. Discover the other variants below.