The Lamy 2000 has been in writing history since the start of the Lamy pen company in 1966. This pen is one of the most modern fountain pens on the market. This piston-fill fountain pen has a 14 carat gold nib and available as Lamy 2000 rollerball pens, Lamy 2000 ballpoint pens, and, ofcourse, the Lamy 2000 fountain pens.
It has a modern fountain pen design with a clip that easily clips onto any apparrel. It has this beautiful snap mechanism that gives off an audible clip when you put on and off the cap of the fountain pen, ballpoint pen, or rollerball pen.
What Nib Size Should I Get For My Lamy 2000?
Lamy nib sizes come in Medium, Fine, Extra-fine, Broad, and Stub Italic nib. Our recommendation for a beginner is to go with the fine or extra-fine (EF) Lamy 2000 nib. For neat writers, EF lamy nibs are great and efficient writers. The fine nib is preferred by many enthuisiasts, especially If you are primarily writing your signature, drawing, or don't like small words and writing. You can explore Lamy 2000 fountain pen models with their different nib sizes below!
How To Fill A Lamy 2000 Fountain Pen
Once you receive your fountain pen, you will need to refill the pen with the ink of your choice. You can learn how to fill a fountain pen (which will work for the Lamy 2000) on our guide here.
How To Clean A Lamy 2000 Fountain Pen
After extended use, you will want to clean your new 2000 pen. You can learn how to clean a Lamy 2000 fountain pen (which will work for the Lamy 2000) on our guide here.