Kaweco Dia2 Fountain Pen with Chrome Accents - Fine Nib - Black Body

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5.0 (1 reviews)
Kaweco designed the Dia2 fountain pen to embody timeless beauty like a "DIAmond". It has classic styling, with a shiny black acrylic body, a solid chrome-colored brass clip, and additional chrome-colored accents including Kaweco logos on the cap and back end. The distinctive knurling on the cap and end of the barrel has been a unique design element since Dia2 was launched in the 1930s. The nib is steel with an iridium point, and comes from renowned nib maker Bock Heidelberg. With its screw-on cap, the pen stays securely closed when not in use.

A blue short international ink cartridge and gift box are included.

Model NumberKAWECO 10000557
Weight1.0 ounces
Body Color Black
Body Material Plastic
Clip Material Metal
Clippable Yes
Color Set No
Converter-Compatible Yes
Design Style Classic, Executive
Diameter - Grip 9.9 mm
Diameter - Max 12.5 mm
Grip Color Black
Grip Material Plastic
Ink Refillable Yes
Length - Posted 13.3 cm
Length - Uncapped 15.7 cm
Mechanism Capped
Pre-Installed Ink Color Blue
Tip Length 12.7 mm
Tip Material Iridium Tip, Metal (Gold-Plated Steel)
Tip Size Fine

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This pen has classic...
October 20, 2014
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This pen has classic styling, solid construction, and decent heft. It feels good in the hand and writes smoothly with no delay or skipping. I similarly enjoyed the less expensive Kaweco Student but found the metal grip to be a bit slick. The Dia2 is definitely a cut above the Student in style and construction. The grip is acrylic which affords a much surer hold. Aesthetically, I prefer the chrome fittings, but I found the gold-plated nib to be just slightly smoother. It can be purchased at Jet Pens. I enjoy the Fine nib. For me it has just the right smoothness and thickness of line. (It is right between the Japanese Fine and Medium nibs). This is a great looking and writing pen that will last a lifetime. In looks, performance, and construction, I place it in the same field as the far more expensive, classic fountain pens.
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