The Lamy 2000 is an icon of the stationery world. A Bauhaus design classic. And my all-time favourite fountain pen. Since years.
- Find an in-depth review of the Lamy 2000 here.
- Find a comparative review of the Lamy 2000 Makrolon vs Steel version here.
- Find a review of the Lamy 2000 mechanical pencil here.
Lefties can’t really write with broad nibs, they say. The Lamy 2000 has a super interesting broad nib, that is stub’ish in character, they say.
So I asked our friends over at Nomadostore whether I could do both: try whether a broad nib really isn’t for lefties, and what the broad nib of a Lamy 2000 is like (versus a fine nib).
Find out about both by checking the video review below!
Before we hop into the review, I would like to take the opportunity to thank Nomadostore for supporting the review of this pen and nib. You can also buy all kinds of Lamy products in their webshop (no affiliate – just a friendly pointer).
The video is, as always, preceded by some quick facts. Again, I hope the review is helpful and that you enjoy watching it!
- Lamy 2000
- Makrolon (polycarbonate) body
- Steel section
- Piston filling-mechanism
- Available 14k gold-nib options: Extra Fine (EF), Fine (F), Medium (M) and Broad (B), Double Broad (BB), Oblique Medium (OM), Oblique Broad (OB), Oblique Double Broad (OBB)
- Price: around 200 €
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