The luxurious Lamy 2000 Ball Pen will be a prized item in any pen collection.
Lamy 2000 Ball Pen
This ballpoint pen has a body made of special fiberglass known as Makrolon with brushed stainless steel accents including the spring-loaded clip. The velvety surface lends a warm feeling to the material. The Museum of Modern Art has the Lamy 2000 Ball Pen on permanent display. This pen has won countless design awards. The pen also comes with a black refill and comes in a specially designed gift box.
When founded in 1930, Lamy fine pens had broad recognition. They launched the LAMY 2000 in 1996. This new fountain pen is revolutionary in several respects. The pen features no material surplus or design gadgets. Based on the Bauhaus principle “form follows function.” The pen focuses on function only. Laying the foundation for the precise design language which still forms the basis for all Lamy writing instruments.
The LAMY 2000 also set new standards in the mid-sixties in terms of craft. Mainly because of the difficult challenge of working with the material combination of matt-ground stainless steel and Makrolon (polycarbonate).
When LAMY unveiled the safari at the Frankfurt Fair in 1980, very few guessed that it would one day be the best-selling fountain pen in the world. The LAMY safari enabled Lamy to focus on the group of 10 to 15-year-olds for the first time. This pen is the outcome of extensive research work in the field of youth psychology. In close cooperation with designer Wolfgang Fabian and under the direction of Prof. Bernt Spiegel, they developed the pen. The ergonomic design and quality of the LAMY safari are tailored to the needs of schoolchildren and also adults as well.
If you are looking for a ball pen, look no further this awarded writing instrument surely will fit your need with elegance and functionality.