Originally founded in 1883, Heidelberger Federhalterfabrik produced wooden dip pens. In 1889, in a commercial relationship with Morton, New York, the Kaweco brand was born offering fountain pens and gold nibs. Kaweco are now one of the oldest German brands available. Many current pens still carry the three part circle logo containing KA WE CO which was originally adopted in 1930 with the merging of Kaweco and Aurumia. Kaweco survived both World Wars and started production again in 1945, celebrating 130 years in 2013.
Every aspect of a Kaweco product exhibits the high standards and quality assurance that Kaweco strive for giving a beautifully engineered product that will last for decades and be a joy to own and use.Filter
The design of the Kaweco AL Sport has been around for some time and has been developed and refined over the years to it's current state of perfection! The AL Sport is machined from solid aluminium and is available in a range of anodised colours as well as black and a 'raw' aluminium finish designed to wear-in to a highly burnished finish over time.
The Kaweco AL Sport is available as fountain pen, ball pen, gel roller and mechanical pencil.
$50.12 - $73.32
The same design and size as the AL Sport, the Kaweco Brass Sport is a substantial, heavy pen with the Sport Brass Fountain pen weighing in at 44 grams, making it the heaviest Kaweco pen available. Produced with a 'raw' uncoated surface which is designed to wear to a highly burnished finish over time, so that no two pens will ever have exactly the same appearance.
Machined from solid brass, the Kaweco Brass Sport is available as fountain pen, ball pen, gel roller and mechanical pencil.
$54.05 - $68.24
The iconic Kaweco Classic Sport stays true to its original 1935 design. When closed these unique hexagonal pens fit easily in the pocket and extend to a standard full-length pen with the cap posted on the barrel. Available in a range of classic colours with a golden embossed logo.
$15.27 - $21.83
Taking it's name from the chequerboard detail on the caps alternate facets, the Chess Sport is another take on the classic 1930's design.
$20.75 - $22.93
The Guilloche range combines glossy black barrels with gold accents and features a finely engraved pattern, offering an attractive variation on the original 1930s Classic Sport design.
$17.47 - $22.93
German engineering in a compact form. The Kaweco Liliput range of compact fountain pens and ball pens are all machined from the solid, making them very tough and durable. The fountain pen is available in five metal finishes including the unusual 'Fire Blue' oxidised finish, as well as black lacquer. The ball pen is available in four finishes and utilises the super-smooth heart cam mechanism.
$39.30 - $131.01
The Sketch Up is an expertly-constructed clutch pencil for 5.6mm leads, ideal for sketching. The octagonal barrel is available in brass, chrome, matt black and satin chrome.
The lead is released by a simple clutch mechanism operated by the push button, which also unscrews to reveal a lead sharpener.
The Grip version of Kaweco's Sketch Up has the addition of a large, comfortable rubber grip section, perfect for long sketching sessions.
Available as both a 5.6mm clutch pencil and a ballpoint pen.
Kaweco's Skyline Sport presents a modern take on their classic design with a selection of fresh colours in high quality resin, accompanied with silver accents.
$15.27 - $21.83
The Kaweco Special series applies the trademark octagonal barrel design to a longer and thinner profile inspired by the office pencils of the 1930s.
$39.31 - $87.35
Kaweco's iconic Sport fountain pen, now in a sophisticated and understated brushed steel finish.
$76.43 - $87.35
The Kaweco Supra is two pens in one. This dual length pen is machined from solid brass making it very durable and comes with a separate extender allowing it's length to be changed by 31mm when necessary. It is a pocket pen when you need it and a desk pen when you need a full size fountain pen.
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