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Kaweco Squeeze Fountain Pen Converter for Sport Series

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Kaweco Squeeze Fountain Pen Converter for Sport Series - KAWECO 10000654
  • Kaweco Squeeze Fountain Pen Converter for Sport Series - KAWECO 10000654
  • Kaweco Squeeze Fountain Pen Converter for Sport Series - KAWECO 10000654
  • Kaweco Squeeze Fountain Pen Converter for Sport Series - KAWECO 10000654
  • Kaweco Squeeze Fountain Pen Converter for Sport Series - KAWECO 10000654
  • Kaweco Squeeze Fountain Pen Converter for Sport Series - KAWECO 10000654
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This is an aerometric (squeeze) fountain pen converter for use with Kaweco Sport fountain pens, as listed under Compatible Products. Note: the pen nib and grip pictured are not included.

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Kaweco Squeeze Fountain Pen Converter for Sport Series - KAWECO 10000654+Kaweco Sport Pen Clip - Nickel - KAWECO 10000262+Kaweco Sport Pen Clip - Gold - KAWECO 10000261
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Model NumberKAWECO 10000654
Shipping Weight0.05 oz

Reviews
11 people found this helpful
  The Kaweco aerometric..., July 17, 2013
By red... - See all my reviews
The Kaweco aerometric converter works well, with several squeezes, and being able to easily use bottled ink is a terrific alternative to cartridges.

One caveat: this converter will not fit in certain, early Kaweco Sport fountain pens. If your fountain pen has a nib with the Kaweco logo, and the nib size abbreviation is engraved as a cursive capital letter, the converter will not fit because the converter's metal sleeve will prevent it from seating properly. Some early versions have the nib size as a cursive capital letter on the side of the nib and the words "Germany since 1883" are engraved above the logo. Also, these nibs may not have a breather hole. It appears that the main identifying feature on these earlier pens seems to be that the nib size was always engraved as a cursive letter.

The converter is supposed to fit snugly inside the section and connect with the feed nipple. This is impossible in the earlier versions of the Kaweco Sport because the feed nipple is further down in the section and the aerometric converter cannot be pushed in deep enough to fit properly. An possible alternative converter, without a metal sleeve, for the earlier models, can be found as a mini-piston type converter, like the "Rosetta Mini Fountain Pen Converter" sold on eBay, but I cannot guarantee that converter will fit all versions of the Kaweco Sport.

The aerometric converter sold by JetPens will seat properly and work correctly with later, newer versions of the Kaweco Sport. At this time, I have identified these models as ones with a nib that has the round Kaweco logo and the words "Germany since 1883" engraved above the logo. The nib size abbreviation on newer Kaweco Sport fountain pens is engraved as a manuscript capital letter (like M for medium) and not a cursive letter. Another indicator of the correct pen is that the nib breather hole is somewhat larger on the newer pens. The main identifying feature on the newer model nibs seems to be that the nib size is engraved as a manuscript capital letter. Please note that the design of this pen could change without notice.

The Kaweco Sport is a wonderful, handy little fountain pen and this aerometric converter makes it even handier.
6 people found this helpful
  An excellent converter,..., July 17, 2013
By red... - See all my reviews
An excellent converter, but please note: Early versions of the Kaweco Sport cannot use this converter.

I forgot to mention, in my other review, that JetPens sells a perfect mini-piston converter that will work in the earlier Kaweco Sport fountain pens (please see my other review for details).

If you have an older Kaweco sport, purchase the Monteverde mini-piston converter sold by JetPens. It fits properly in the older Kaweco Sport pens (including the "Chess" model), and it works like a charm.

Thanks to JetPens for their excellent service!
3 people found this helpful
  Was I cautiously optimistic..., July 13, 2013
By sto... - See all my reviews
Was I cautiously optimistic that this converter would work? No - I was downright suspicious. But, not only does it work, it works really well. I holds firmly in place, fills properly, it fits. This adds greatly to the usability of my Al Sport.
1 person found this helpful
  It's nice to be able..., July 28, 2014
By restlesscourage - See all my reviews
It's nice to be able to use bottled ink with my Kaweco. I love that part.

What I don't love is the fact that it doesn't actually suck ink up if you submerse the nib of the pen and squeeze this converter.

I fill with a syringe and it works fine.
  I bought mine more for..., August 2, 2014
By djkhimtaka - See all my reviews
I bought mine more for flushing water through my Kaweco's feed and section, than to use it as a proper ink converter. It's tiny and awkward, but it does suck up a minimal amount of ink. (I even tried doing several squeezes, in the manner of lever-filler and vacumatic pens, but it never got more ink in it than a third of it's capacity.)

Good for cleaning, yes, but for max ink capacity, you may as well use a syringe or turn your Kaweco into an eyedropper.
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