There are only a few writing instruments that can hold their own in the market, remaining almost unchanged over the decades. The Kaweco Classic Sport is certainly one of them. This new edition is a copy of the 1935 design. Like its predecessor, it is equipped with a 23-karat gold plated steel pen with iridium tip. Formerly advertised as such, the Kaweco fountain pen is still perfect for ladies and gentleman in evening wear, as well as sportsmen. Sepp Herberger, for example, a former coach of the German national soccer team, brought his Kaweco Sport with him to take a world title in 1954.
With a length of only 105 mm when closed, the fountain pen is very compact. When the cap is attached, length increases to 130 mm, a comfortable length for writing. To attach the fountain pen to a chest pocket or notebook, simply upgrade with the clip-on attachment. It can also be used with the Kaweco Mini Converter.
Kaweco (Koch, Weber & Co. Heidelberg), founded in 1883, is one of the oldest in its sector today, offering high-quality writing instruments while successfully blending tradition and innovation. Kaweco writing instruments are well-known and unmistakable thanks to their striking octagonal shape with round metal KA WE CO logo. The high-quality chased springs and regulators for the fountain pens are manufactured by the Heidelberg-based company, Peter Bock AG. The fountain pen inks in intense colors, and of the highest quality, have been specially developed for Kaweco in an ink laboratory.