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This is my favorite fountain...
February 22, 2011
Verified Purchase
This is my favorite fountain pen for daily use. I have lots of Lamy Safari's, a bunch of vintage flex nibs, some Parkers, some Sheaffers and some little-known off-brands too.
I just love this pen. From the weight, to the color, to the size to the nib. I just truly adore it.

I am trying to order several more but JetPens is constantly sold out so that must mean others love this pen too!
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cole.imperi
This fountain pen writes...
January 29, 2015
Verified Purchase
This fountain pen writes like a ball point pen, no leaks so far, no ink "stutters", and is easier to write with then I thought with being so small. Is now my daily go through since it does not bleed through my moleskine Planner, and is a pleasure to write with.
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My very first fountain...
May 25, 2015
Verified Purchase
My very first fountain pen and no regrets at all! This pen writes effortlessly and never skips, it also feels nonexistent in my pocket but yet withstands being knocked around a good bit. Definitely recommend this to anyone who wants a good quality fountain pen that's inexpensive yet reliable.
deanmarsh1397
What a nifty little pen!...
January 14, 2014
What a nifty little pen! I've been a fountain pen user for many years but had never heard of Kaweco until I came across the name on this site. I'm always looking for inexpensive but hardy fountain pens suitable for taking along when travelling so I bought a Classic Sport to try out, and was very pleased with it. It really is a compact pen, especially when capped, but not so small that it's awkward in the hand (and I don't have small hands so that's important). It would, however, be way too small for anyone to use unposted. It's also very lightweight, so even when clipped to a shirt pocket (I also purchased a clip) it doesn't weigh the pocket down as some pens do. I can toss it in a shoulder bag and forget about it until I need it.

As you might expect from a German-made product, the nib writes smoothly and dependably, and I even like the nib's decorative scrollwork. The entire pen is somewhat unusual in shape, so it's distinctive although inexpensive.

Although I do own and appreciate more expensive pens, I'm always thrilled to find inexpensive models that look nice and work well--in fact, some of the cheaper pens perform better than many higher-end models! The Kaweco Classic Sport is definitely in that category and I'm glad I discovered it.
pschlotthauer
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