Lamy 2000 Rollerball Pen. Designed in 1966, the LAMY 2000 body is often seen as LAMY's flagship design. It is made of Makrolon (a black fiberglass) and has brushed stainless steel accents along the grip and pen clip. Like the fountain pen counterpart, LAMY 2000 body is widest in the middle of the pen's length and becomes slimmer towards the two ends, giving it a perfect balance. Overall, the fiberglass gives the pen a lightness, which pairs perfectly with the smoothness of the surface and the sleek simplicity of its design. A spring-loaded pen clip allows you to easily clip the pen to your shirt pocket, backpack pocket or notebook. The LAMY 2000's design is understated and classic with its smooth barrel, subtle branding, and almost invisible seams.