Kaweco Skyline Sport Gel Roller Pen Mint
Kaweco Skyline Sport Gel Roller Pen Mint
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Kaweco Skyline Sport Gel Roller Pen Mint

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The Kaweco Skyline Sport is a sporty and compact pen featuring silver trim and a classic hexagonal shape.

Today there is a contemporary version of the Kaweco Sport – the SKYLINE series. The silver accents, i.e. the silver imprint and the silver metal logo on top of the cap make all the difference. Besides classy black this series offers fresh and hip colours. The name SKYLINE represents the colour silver, as well as lifestyle and fashion in major cities around the world.

Made from tough but exceptionally lightweight ABS/macrolon plastic. Features the Kaweco logo in silver-coloured metal on the end of the cap. Presented in a very simple card box. Large-capacity liquid ink rollerball refill – capless quality. Supplied as black medium tip. Presented in a simple card box.

 

Specification
Brand Kaweco
Product Type Rollerball Pen
Body Material ABS Plastic
Diameter - Grip 8.9 mm
Diameter - Max 13.5 mm
Length - Capped 105 mm
Length - Posted 130 mm
Filling Mechanism Parker-style G2 refill


Kaweco Sport

There are only a few writing instruments that have been successful in the market for decades without big changes. One of them is the Kaweco CLASSIC Sport fountain pen. It follows the design of the year 1935. Outstanding because of its unique form and size.

In 1911 something special occurred with the Kaweco Sport. A pocket fountain pen that everyone could carry anywhere. Just 10.5 cm big when closed, and with the cap on top of the barrel it grew to a standard size pen. Small in the pocket and big in the hand: The Kaweco Sport.

Sepp Herberger already appreciated these characteristics. It was with a Kaweco Sport that the former coach of the German national soccer team wrote on a piece of paper his winning tactics which brought the Germans to the world cup in 1954.