This is the Lamy 2000 fountain pen. It comes in a black cardboard box we have the Lamy logo here in silver on top. The lid is a compression fit around that logo. It is kind of a unique design. The logo has raised off the top of the box. The the warranty policies are included with the pen as well as informational instructions about Lamy and about the use of the Lamy 2000 fountain pen. This is the Lamy 2000 fountain pen. It has a dull satin finish to it. Here we have a black cap and barrel with a dull silver colored clip. On the top of the cap there is a little bit of a shiny glossy cap and at the bottom other barrel we just have a small chrome circle there in the middle the bottom.
The cap is a compression fit. You can post the cap if you would like to. This pen is made from Makrolon which is a polycarbonate material. There is also an all metal version of the Lamy 2000 pen. It is pretty light way for being a metal pen. So you can use it with or without a cap posted. Now there are a few windows or open areas where you can see the inside the pen to see the ink. Those go around the pen and there is three openings where you can see the ink or the interior. It then has a chrome colored grip section on the barrel. It is once again that dull stain finish. and it as a nice shiny chrome nib.
Now this is a piston style fountain pen. It is a highly precision pen, so much that you can hardly see the seam between the end of the barrel and the littel knob you twist to fill the pen. So you unscrew that end of the pen in a counter-clockwise direction to draw ink into the pen as you dip the pen into your bottled ink. Then simply screw that back in down once you’ve done. Like I said it’s really hard to see that seam it is a such a tight precision seam. Lamy is a German brand. They make some high-precision, great writing instruments. Get your Lamy 2000 fountain pen at PenChalet.com! .
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