The photo helped a lot. I own a Ef, F and M Lamy 2k and I would recommend an F but that is my personal preference (and to do with paper). The 2000 Fine will be closer to your TWSBI Medium. back to top. Not gonna get a better deal than that. Lamy 2000 fountain pen with a 14 fine nib. /r/fountainpens - A community for fountain pen enthusiasts, from the novice to the collector. LAMY 2000 Fountain Pens. CDN$249.00. Press J to jump to the feed. In general, Lamy 2000 F is close to TWSBI M, Lamy 2000 EF is a bit wider than TWSBI F. Learn. Lamy 2000 Ball Point Pen Stainless Steel Clip - Black/Brushed 4.2 out of 5 stars 225. The other side of that, of course, is that the B eats up a lot of paper, and the flow is such that if you're not using a decent paper you're going to have a mess on your hands. If you look up inkfade on YouTube or “Lamy 2000 fine and medium nib comparisons” it should pop up. Lamy nibs are a bit weird and like many German nibs there's nib-to-nib variation. CDN$228.65. Do you find the Lamy medium broader than other brands? I can't speak to personal experience with 2000 nibs smaller than M, but I know that my 2000 M is on the wider side of M and my 2000 B could almost pass for a BB from MB or Pelikan. It doesn’t really look as though the medium Lamy is ‘that’ much thicker than the medium TWSBI, but depending on the ink and the paper, it could be exaggerated. Yeah, I guess I could have gone with a cheaper 'starter' fountain pen, but I figured I may as well start out with something nice to make sure my first experience was a good one. The Modern Stationer Review of the Lamy 2000 - Check out the picture under "Final Thoughts." I swapped them and they are perfect combo now. With Lamy 2000 it depends on the particular pen: sometimes it’s wider, sometimes it’s thinner. Used, but no signs of use, like new (see photos). The pen … Flagship model with piston filler and hooded 14kt gold nib. Product Review of the Lamy 2000 Fountain Pens The Lamy 2000 fountain pen comes in either black Makrolon, which is a lightweight fiberglass material, or the heavier metal, stainless steel version. Does anyone have any writing samples comparing a TWSBI medium to either a Lamy 2000 fine or medium? Thanks! The Lamy 2000 fountain pen is a modern classic made from a combination of fiberglass and stainless steel with a brush finish. Comprehensive education about fountain pens… The ink is going to be the x factor. The 2000 with an M nib is a special joy in terms of writing experience. Lamy 2000 Rollerball Pen, Black (L301) 4.5 out of 5 stars 237. If you're still interested, the Lamy 2000 is on sale for Black Friday for $100 at Endless Pens. I'd say go with the Fine if you are worried. I picked a fine nib because I like western mediums, but it wrote too thinly for me so I bought a medium nib 2000 and made a video to help others out that were in the same boat. I find my M 2000 to be a lot more suitable for general writing. I made the video because I had that exact question when deciding on which nib for my first Lamy 2000. I'm going to try it with some more inks (finally finished the first fill, took forever). So you’d better test it before you buy and choose from 3-4 items. I bought the Makrolon version in medium and then the stainless steel in extra fine. Coming from the gel pen world, I've never spent more than a couple bucks on a pen before. Lamy 4000463 Studio Fountain Pen, Imperial Blue, Fine Nib 4.6 out of 5 stars 110. The B is a beautiful nib-it gushes ink and has a bit of a stubby grind(not uncommon on German nibs) that gives you some subtle but still present line variation while also being very easy to use. $64.90. For people who own a Lamy 2000, which nib size would you recommend? The Lamy 2000 fountain pen has a piston filling system for Lamy T 51 and T … It's definitely on the Broad side of Medium, but it's much smoother and much wetter than the F was. Lamy 2000 Fountain Pen, Black, Extra-Fine Nib (L01-EF) 4.5 out of 5 stars 474. I find myself looking for more the TWSBI thickness of if that helps you at all. I know B wasn't under consideration for you, but just something worth mentioning. Close. It also had quite a lot of feedback. I have the Lamy 2000 in Medium and absolutely love it, but it is one of the broader Mediums in my collection and a firehose of a nib. Pens and Tea YouTube channel has a video on this, as do I. I’m looking at getting a Lamy 2000, and am having trouble deciding between a fine and a medium nib. On the other hand, my Studio M is about the size of a Pelikan or MB F, and my Safari F is only a tiny bit wider than the F on my Pilot CH92. It's just generally a much more pleasant writing experience. The Pen Addict Review of the Lamy 2000 - Brad's pen blog introduced me to the world of fountain pens, and his review also includes a list of useful resources. As an owner of 6 Lamy Safari pens, the best of which, IMHO, is the low cost, Lamy Safari Charcoal, I decided for my birthday to buy a higher-end fountain pen. In general, Lamy 2000 F is close to TWSBI M, Lamy 2000 EF is a bit wider than TWSBI F. More posts from the fountainpens community.