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- 8 VariantsCartucce inchiostro Kawecofrom 1,90 €for Kaweco pens – and many other cartridge fountain pens
- Penna stilografica Kaweco Classic Sportfrom 19,70 €barrel and grip piece made from injection moulded ABS/Makrolon, 23 carat gold plated steel nib with iridium tip, M width; length of pen when closed is 105 mm, includes 1 blue ink cartridge; compatible cartridges in...
- 3 VariantsPenna stilografica Kaweco AL Sportfrom 57,50 €barrel and grip piece made from solid turned aluminium components, hand polished, matte finish, stainless steel nib with iridium tip, silver coloured, M width, length (when closed) is 105 mm, includes 1 blue...
- Penna stilografica Kaweco Dia2 Chromfrom 77,50 €barrel and grip piece made out of acrylic and chromed metal parts, stainless steel nib with iridium tip, M width, solid brass clip, includes 1 blue cartridge, comes in metal box, compatible cartridges in our...
- 3 VariantsPenna stilografica Kaweco Ice Sportfrom 19,90 €barrel and grip piece made from transparent, coloured, injection moulded ABS/Terlux, chased stainless steel nib with iridium tip, silver, M width; length of pen when closed is 105 mm, includes 1 blue ink cartridge;...
- 2 VariantsPenna stilografica Kaweco Lliliputfrom 42,50 €barrel and grip piece made from solid turned aluminium components, cap with interior threads, stainless steel nib with iridium tip, silver colour, M width, length (when closed) is 97 mm, includes 1 blue cartridge,...
The Kaweco company (Koch, Weber & Co. Heidelberg) was founded in 1883 and is thereby one of the oldest companies in its sector. It has continued on into the present to successfully combine tradition and innovation in the making of high quality writing utensils. The Kaweco pens are very well known and immediately recognizable because of their octagonal shape and the round metal logo “KA WE CO” on the end of the barrel.
The super high quality chased nibs (and regulator) for these pens are manufactured by the traditional Heidelberg company Peter Bock AG, while the intensely coloured inks, which are also of the highest quality, were developed in an ink laboratory especially for Kaweco.
By the way, a fountain pen should be regularly cleaned. The tip must be unscrewed and rinsed under running, lukewarm water until the water leaving the tip is clear. Shake any remaining water out of the tip and put in a new ink cartridge if necessary before remounting the tip. Initial use following a cleaning will produce a watery line, but only temporarily.