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Kaweco

Kaweco Classic Sport Fountain Pen - Black

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£21.00 GBP
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£21.00 GBP
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The Kaweco Sport is a perfect everyday fountain pen. The hexagonal barrel shape gives it an art deco feel, with gold accents. 

It's 10.5cm long when closed and 13cm with the cap posted, meaning as well as being a great pocket pen, it's also a comfortable length to write with. 

The gold-plated stainless steel nib is made by Bock of Heidelberg and is available in fine and medium size. 

Takes international short ink cartridges or Kaweco Sport Mini Converter

Comes in a simple card box with 1 cartridge. 


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Andrew West
A tidy little pen.

I'll admit to being a nerd when it comes to stationery and writing instruments, but I haven't got great amounts of cash to spread around, so the Kaweco Classic Sport fountain pen was a good one to satisfy my acquisitive tastes. It's a nice little pen, with the accent on little, and very light (11 grammes). With the plastic cap unscrewed and transferred to the end of the plastic barrel, the pen is only just big enough for my average sized hand to hold - but it is big enough for me to write with. The lack of a pen clasp is a definite advantage here, as there's nothing to interfere with shifting the pen into your favoured grip. The octagonal design of the Kaweco means that it won't run away across the desk if you put it down and, in company with others, it marks it out as 'your pen' - it shouldn't accidentally disappear into someone else's pen case! The gold-plated nib looks the part and writes cleanly and easily - but I found that I got very different results when using 'non-standard' Kaweco inks (think Smoky Grey). I was writing in a Mnemosyne notebook which has beautiful paper for ink pens and the standard blue ink (comes with the pen) presented very well. The grey, well that varied in density and readability a lot. Or maybe that's why it's called smoky? This is a pen that fits easily into any pocket with the cap secure and tight. I'd happily give it as a little gift to someone to encourage them to use a fountain pen.

Customer Reviews

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Andrew West
A tidy little pen.

I'll admit to being a nerd when it comes to stationery and writing instruments, but I haven't got great amounts of cash to spread around, so the Kaweco Classic Sport fountain pen was a good one to satisfy my acquisitive tastes. It's a nice little pen, with the accent on little, and very light (11 grammes). With the plastic cap unscrewed and transferred to the end of the plastic barrel, the pen is only just big enough for my average sized hand to hold - but it is big enough for me to write with. The lack of a pen clasp is a definite advantage here, as there's nothing to interfere with shifting the pen into your favoured grip. The octagonal design of the Kaweco means that it won't run away across the desk if you put it down and, in company with others, it marks it out as 'your pen' - it shouldn't accidentally disappear into someone else's pen case! The gold-plated nib looks the part and writes cleanly and easily - but I found that I got very different results when using 'non-standard' Kaweco inks (think Smoky Grey). I was writing in a Mnemosyne notebook which has beautiful paper for ink pens and the standard blue ink (comes with the pen) presented very well. The grey, well that varied in density and readability a lot. Or maybe that's why it's called smoky? This is a pen that fits easily into any pocket with the cap secure and tight. I'd happily give it as a little gift to someone to encourage them to use a fountain pen.