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Classic Kaweco Skyline Fountain Pen
AVAILABLE IN MINT OR FOX
We first read about this superb writing instrument in the New York Times, in an interview with playwright Jon Robin Baitz, who said of the pen, “I thought it was a perfect little thing….I love its precision, its modesty, its clarity and its minimal fuss. This is the cheaper, more practical version of a Mercedes.”
The esteemed Kaweco pens epitomize two essential features of a fine writing instrument: classic good looks and a beautifully smooth “write.” Yet there are many other reasons this model has been consistently lauded since its debut in 1933: almost nine decades later, it remains modern in design and sensibility, and efficient in function.
This is the newest style: it has a silver (rather than gold) fine-point nib and its only embellishment is a discreet silver “button” on the end of the cap. Like the original Classic Sport, the body is faceted so it won't roll, it’s lightweight (less than a third of an ounce), the material it's made from looks like Bakelite, the ink flows freely. Pen is 4" when closed and 5-1/4" when open, thus the Kaweco slogan "Small in the pocket, great in the hand.” It has a screw-on cap.
This pen is made by a German company established in 1883, a venerable name in pen circles.
Pen comes with a blue cartridge and we include a box of six (midnight blue) cartridges. Additional boxes of Kaweco Ink Cartridge Refills also available for purchase.
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