This pen isn’t too different from the Kaweco Sort. But I purchased it for the double broad nib.
Kaweco used to be one of those brands that just didn’t appeal to me. I owned a Kaweco Sport, but rarely inked it because I hated the aerometric converter. It wrote nicely and did its job as a pocket pen, but that was it. So, over the past year, I got into vintage pens and
I like my Kaweco Sport. It’s a pleasant pen that fits well in my pocket. It was also recently improved with a mini piston converter. All along, I’ve enjoyed the looks of the Kaweco AL Sport in the stonewashed denim finish, but couldn’t justify the price. When I found one at a better price, I
This week I’m reviewing another vintage pen, and it’s another Kaweco. The Kaweco Dia 803/07 was made in the 1930s. The same model still exists today, though the modern pen is quite different and will be the subject of another review. Once again, it’s a great pen! This is a small pen. Its size is
The Kaweco Sport is a nifty little pocket pen. That means that when it’s capped, it is small enough to toss into a pocket. The pen has a screw cap which helps prevent uncapping in the pocket. The pen itself is all right, especially since posting it makes it normal sized. But, the aerometric converter