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The LAMY 2000 has been writing design history since 1966.
Designed by Gerd A. Müller the Lamy 2000 Ballpoint is a modern classic. Released in 1966 it soon became the high precision writing tool of choice by many artists and hand writing enthusiasts throughout the worlk. Built with world famous Makrolon reinforced with fibreglass. It has a Matte black finish with brushed stainless steel trim and is retractable.
The Lamy 2000 Pencil is incredibly well-made. Featuring a black and silver topedo body as its ink counterpart. The push button for the lead is sturdy and satisfying, comes with a built-in eraser held by a four-prong container. As a bonus, a cleaning needle is attached to the end of the of the eraser, in case you ever encounter a lead jam.
The Lamy 2000 Four Colour Ballpoint Pen is a fine writing instrument that inspires new heights of creative thought and expression. Containing four ink colours; black, blue, green and red, this elegant pen is well balanced, comfortable to write with and is very durable.
The Lamy 2000 Rollerball Pen in matte black are a wonderful alternative to ballpoint and fountain pens. It creates a strong line and writes very smoothly, with a 'wet' liquid-ink finish.
The Lamy 2000 Fountain Pen in matte black, quickly became a 20th-century design icon after launching in 1966. It is widely regarded as the first professional pen to emphasise utility and sleek design.
The Lamy 2000 Stainless Steel Ballpoint will be a prized item in any pen collection. This ballpoint pen is skillfully crafted of stainless steel using complex and precise technical processes to ensure high quality. This pen is for those who like simplicity with their quality: the convenience of push-button retraction and a long-lasting ink refill.
The LAMY 2000 Stainless Steel Fine Foutain Pen has a silken, textured, almost organic feel. It has simple lines and a perfect weight and balance that sits comfortably in the hand. While the original Makrolon polycarbonate body quickly won favor in the pen community, LAMY managed to improve upon the storied design by swapping out plastic for stainless steel.