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I love this pen. Of all...
May 23, 2013
I love this pen. Of all my fountain pens, this one NEVER skips on any paper I've used. It has a larger line than the Pilot Prera EF nib.
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This is an excellent...
March 23, 2012
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This is an excellent pen for the money. The extra fine nib wrote smoothly for me right out of the box. A reasonably light plastic pocket/purse pen, it fits perfectly in my small pocketed shirts and stays in place with the addition of a clip, available separately.

For me, this has become my go-to pen when I'm out and about. It takes short international cartridges so it's easy to pop an extra cartridge in my pocket should I run out of ink while away from my desk. As a demonstrator (clear) model it is easy to determine when a new cartridge may be needed.

The pen writes every time without start-up or skipping issues. As a pocket/purse pen, it is meant to be used posted and when in that position it is very comfortable to write with. I have done everything from jotting a quick note to writing a full letter and my hand never cramps up because of the size or shape of the pen.

If you are looking for a reliable fountain pen that is compact and easy to take with you then I highly recommend the Kaweco Classic Sport.
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Love, love, love this...
May 21, 2015
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Love, love, love this pen! It lives in my purse and is always handy. Demonstrators are my favorite; I can put ant color ink in that I feel like.
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frenchieinpa
I bought this to replace...
November 17, 2014
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I bought this to replace one chewed up by a dog. The plastic was sort of rubbery, so the pen did not splinter and injure the dog. It's a pretty, yet tough pen. I use it as an eyedropper pen, filled with Platinum Sepia.

The EF is more of an F. The previous pen, also an EF wrote medium.
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rithomas33
This Kaweco Classic Sport...
March 22, 2012
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This Kaweco Classic Sport demonstrator has become my go-to pen. For the price, it is an excellent little pocket or purse pen. Because I wear shirts with fairly shallow pockets, this pen is ideal because it fits into those pockets perfectly. I take it everywhere and find it to be an excellent writer. I have even done the crossword puzzle in my local newspaper with no problems. Ink flow is good and the line produced is clear. I have no skipping issues with it and the pen wrote right out of the box with no tweaking of the nib. Once posted, the pen is a perfect size for writing and very comfortable in the hand. I find it easy to write full letters with it.

If you are looking for a pen that closes up into a small package but opens to a full size product then I highly recommend the Kaweco Classic Sport.
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While I already own the...
March 28, 2016
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While I already own the Kaweco AL Sport Raw (w/J Herbin ink) with an Extra Fine nib, I have to say that upon receiving this Classic Sport and inking it up (Pilot Iroshizuku ink), the Kaweco EF nib IMO is actually more like a Fine to Medium width. I own a Pelikan M200 EF (Iroshizuku ink) and this nib is noticeably finer than the Kaweco line. Just sayin'

The nibs in both my Sports are very smooth and always ready to write. I love the size and they both look great with their respective Sport n Clip :)
A very lightweight pen...
February 10, 2016
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A very lightweight pen of a reasonable length when posted
Order the Kaweco Squeeze Fountain Pen Converter for Sport Series with the pens to use bottled ink

The EF nib is not particularly thin and writes quite wet, so the line is quite wide of a fine line
That knocks off a star

If that is not a problem for you then 5 stars for a well made compact pen
Outstanding pocket pen!...
November 18, 2015
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Outstanding pocket pen! Remove the cartridge and converter...I Convert all the Plastic, e.g. Kaeco Classic Sport Fps to eyedropper fill con, version. A dap of silicon Grease on the threads and a blunt syringe you get a approximately 2ML of ink. With a clear demonstrator Body you know exactly the amount of ink in the pen.

**** DO NOT TRY TO CONVERT ANKAWECO METAL (Aluminum or Brass) FOUNTAIN PEN to an Eye Dropper fill .... the chemicals in many ink will react with the metal.... DAMAGING the Pen and ruining the ink.

If you are use to using a Japanese EF nib, then the German Kaweco is comparable to a Japanese Fine nib... I use the Pilot Iroshizuku and Diamine inks in my Kaweco Pens

The quality if great for the price..... Never had a nib issue or quality issue. You get a great quality pocket pen for the price.

Remember, this is not a Lamy 2K or other High end fountain Pens, but this is a great everyday carry and use pen.
Good looking classic...
November 10, 2015
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Good looking classic pen. I like it, but I noticed it had some flow issues. I made sure to push the nib all the way into the pen until I heard a click signaling it was set. But then after I had it in my pocket and got it back it, it wouldn't start. It's a little frustrating, but after some tweaking I'm sure it will flow how I like. I prefer a thin line, but it seems the EF and F nibs in these pens seem to have that issue. Still awesome as an eyedropper though.
a.t.crossland
I love, love, love Kaweco...
January 19, 2015
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I love, love, love Kaweco fountain pens. This is a beauty and nice in the hand.
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