The pen casing
The LAMY 2000 is renowned for its understated sleek and understated lines that remains as beautiful and elegant today as it was when the LAMY 2000 was first launched. With exact finishing and machining, the different parts of the LAMY 2000 pen casing blends seamlessly with the rest of the pen body giving the appearance of a smooth body with imperceptible joins. The sleek black Makrolon fiberglass pen casing develops a gracious patina over time, while its relatively light weight makes writing with the LAMY 2000 simply a sublime experience.
Brushed Steel Front Section
Another example of BauHaus design, the brushed steel front section provides more than merely a smart contrast to the Makrolon pen body of the Lamy 2000--specifically for fountain pens. Designed at just the right height for dipping fountain pens into an ink bottle, the brushed steel front section makes the LAMY 2000 easy to clean as well. On the rollerball, ballpoint pen and mechanical pencil versions, the LAMY 2000 retains the bushed steel aesthetic.
The nib (Fountain Pen version only)
With a platinum coated, 14 carat gold nib that is unique only to the LAMY 2000 Fountain Pen... the special nib provides an exceptionally smooth writing experience that requires minimal pressure. Its unique shaped nib makes the LAMY 2000 write broader than most other LAMY nibs.
Piston-operated filling system (Fountain Pen version only)
The LAMY 2000 Fountain Pen comes with a built-in piston operated filling system that is unscrewed at the end of the pen. (Don't screw too tightly!)
Ink Window (Fountain Pen version only)
Working seamlessly with the piston filling system, the almost imperceptible ink window of the LAMY 2000 fountain pen provides a smart touch to this classic pen while providing users a practical gauge for the remaining ink volume inside the pen.