2000 - Lamy 2000 Steel Fountain pen
In 1966, the 2000 was designed for Lamy by Gerd A. Müller (who may be most famous for his Braun electric shaver design), and reflected a revived postwar Bauhaus school centered in Ulm, Germany.
The 2000's barrel and cap are made from a lightweight, durable fiberglass-reinforced polycarbonate resin from Bayer known as Makrolon. They have a brushed texture that resists fingerprints and grime, as well as providing a secure grip. The texture also helps to make the seams virtually invisible where the filler knob and the point unit attach to the barrel. The material also ages relatively gracefully.
The fountain pen has a piston operated filling system. It has a 14 ct gold nib, is platinum coated and hand polished.
Lamy is an independent family-owned enterprise which was established in 1930 by , former Parker employee, C. Josef Lamy in Heidelberg. The Lamy brand has existed since 1952 and proved its innovative prowess in the very first year with the completely novel Lamy 27 fountain pen series. And in 1966 the distinctive style of Lamy Design was born with the Lamy 2000.
|Writing system||Fountain pen|
|Nib grade||Extra Fine, Fine, Medium, Broad, Double Broad, Oblique Medium, Oblique Broad|
|Nib content||14kt Gold|
|Closing System||Snap-on cap|