Kaweco Sport Review

Kaweco Sport Review Fountain Pen and Clutch Pencil Photo

So for those that don’t know Kaweco (pronounced Cah-Veh-Co), they’ve been making pens for a while out of Germany, and have come up with some very iconic designs. One such iconic pen is this, the Sport. The Sport is part of a series of like-modelled pens that are primarily designed to be sturdy, comfortable to use, and small enough to lose in your pocket. Not only that, but they look unlike any other pen I’ve ever used, and I’ve used a lot of pens. If you ask anyone that knows Kaweco to name one of their pens, chances are they’d mention the Sport first.

Kaweco got in touch with me and sent a few pens for me to try. The Sport comes in several flavours, with a huge amount of colours, patterns, and designs in each. They don’t just make fountain pens either, there’s also ballpoints and pencils too. The range is pretty widely available, especially from places like JetPens or the Goulet Pen Company, and come in at a rather inexpensive price point (around $30). Of course the premium models, like the AL Sport, will cost you more, but you can expect the same (or similar) writing experience across the range.

So they sound pretty good, right? Well, let’s see.

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Lamy Safari Fountain Pen Review

Lamy Safari Review

First Review of my First Pen

In the first post I told you about the pen that started it all. Well, this is the pen, and this is the review. I thought it fitting to make this the first pen I write about!

The Safari should be nothing new to most people, but in case you’re a newbie (welcome!) or have simply forgotten (for shame!), here’s a refresher!

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