A design classic. The Lamy 2000 was conceived in 1966 by Gerd A. Müller, and to this day remains unchanged from his original design. The innovative fibreglass body keeps down weight and is finished with a sleek brushed texture, while the tapered profile produces an exceptionally comfortable feel. Famous advocates include author Neil Gaiman, who describes his own 2000 as his 'novel writing pen'. This multifunction pen features four ballpoint writing tips in black, red, green and blue.
- Contains Blue, black, red and green refills
- Made from stainless steel and fibre glass
- Platinum coated and hand polished
- Spring-mounted stainless steel clip
Lamy, the iconic German brand founded in the 1930s, has earned a reputation as the ‘writers pen’. Adhering to Bauhaus design (form follows function), they have focused on smooth writing and ergonomic features coupled with sleek, simple lines. Their fountain pens are available in a huge range of nib options including those for beginners and left handers, making them ideal for younger writers (Safari is recommended by schools). They offer one easy-change nib to fit the Safari, Al-Star, ABC, Studio and 5 more models.