Kaweco Skyline Sport Fountain Pen - White - Extra Fine Nib

Kaweco Skyline Sport Fountain Pen - White - Extra Fine Nib

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The sporty and compact look of these fountain pens transcend time and are just as attractive today as they were when they were first created years ago. Each pen is made of high-quality plastic, and is compact when capped (4.1 inches long) but very comfortable when posted (5.2 inches long). Thus the Kaweco slogan "Small in the pocket, great in the hand".

Made in Germany, the pen features a screw-on cap for extra security, a chrome-plated steel nib, and a metal Kaweco logo on the cap tip.

One blue short international ink cartridge is included. The cartridge comes inside the barrel of the pen. If the cartridge seems to be stuck inside the barrel, try gently tapping the barrel against a hard surface a few times to dislodge it.

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Meh. I really wanted...
August 28, 2015
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I really wanted a pocket fountain pen, and almost jumped on the TWSBI mini (as I love the idea of a demonstrator). This popped up on JetPens and the more affordable price reeled me in. I'm relatively new to fountain pens (I merely own two LAMY Safaris, outside of this pen), but honestly, this guy feels a bit cheap. The plastic squeaks when I twist the cap open. The Kaweco logo button on the cap is glued in crooked, looking sloppy. And the nib is INCREDIBLY unforgiving. I put Diamine Mediterranean Blue cartridges in it (wonderful by the way), and I just didn't have a good experience with this pen.

If you leave it uncapped for 15 seconds, it will dry up. There is ONE specific way I've found I can hold this pen and have it write, but it's so finicky that I have to pick up my pen, set my fingers, check it, and THEN start writing. It's impractical. I don't know whether it's the ink or the pen, but my EF nib writes pretty thickly - much thicker than my LAMY EF nibs. I find I can't use it in graph paper Filed Notes because it's just so thick.

Overall, it's a great size and comfortable in the hand, but I don't know if I can recommend it, unless you're looking for a cheap, pocket-sized pen that writes passably.