This cartridge-type roller ball liquid ink pen refills with with international short Kaweco ink cartridges, just like a fountain pen! It's a convenient ink system that gives you the smooth flow and color range of fountain pens in a roller ball pen form. The Kaweco Sport Ice Rollerball pen is available in four translucent colors and is made from strong yet lightweight ABS/Terlux plastic.
Pen dimensions: Approximately 10.5 cm long closed, 13 cm with cap posted x 10.8 mm body diameter. Cap diameter: Approximately 14.2 mm.
The video below shows how to install an ink cartridge in your Kaweco pen:
|Model Number||KAWECO 10000081|
|Clippable||Yes - Clip Sold Separately|
|Diameter - Grip||10.0 mm|
|Diameter - Max||11.1 mm|
|Grip Color||Transparent Red|
|Length - Capped||10.6 cm|
|Length - Posted||13.0 cm|
|Length - Uncapped||10.0 cm|
|Pre-Installed Ink Color||Blue|
|Tip Length||3.4 mm|
July 9, 2011
I love the Kaweco rollerball...
I love the Kaweco rollerball pens! I love being able to use just about any fountain pen ink so I can write in any color I want. Since you can also get a converter, the sky's the limit! The line is very smooth and it is great to have a ballpoint so you can write on multipart forms and the point doesn't dry out as quickly as a fountain pen. Great product!
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October 12, 2014
Love the concept, but...
Love the concept, but when it clogs it's gone. I got a second one to give it a try, but I'm hesitant. Maybe I should have gotten a fine point as well. Point is, usually I don't have doubts on JetPens, and this gives me pause.
May 5, 2014
Overall I like this pen,...
Overall I like this pen, as I do with most everything Kaweco. Some have reported of skipping and scratchiness problems but I have had none of those.
What I really love about this pen is the versatility of being able to use FP cartridges or simply to make it into an eyedropper. No more stocking up on rollerball refills.
What I would like to see with this series is a fine point option. This medium point is way too thick/wide for me although let me say that I think many will like that. I prefer a thin stroke, which is why I have a few of their extra fine nib Sport fountain pens.
I will buy more of these when the fine point option becomes a reality. Pilot just came out with a fine point Metropolitan (for the US) so I'll keep checking in here.