Kaweco Special AL Fountain Pen

Kaweco Special AL Fountain Pen

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A sleek, slim addition to Kaweco’s line of aluminum fountain pens, the Special AL model stands out for its octagonal body, made of anodized aluminum with a matte black finish. The screw-on cap posts to the back of the barrel when you’re writing, and when you’re done, closes securely over the stainless steel nib Read More
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Katoagogo
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Oct 7, 2018
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i Purchased this pen a year ago and it has become my most used pen. This is in part due to the slim design, because it tucks snuggly into the crook of my soft leather large journal. When the pen is right there it’s imposdible to ignore. The functional nib is sturdy and delivers a smooth line. I have also found the pen useful for drawing. The feel is great and is easy to hold. This pen is worth adding to your daily use collection.
MARIOO
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May 31, 2018
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Really like it, simple and dependable.
Recommended!
anro
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May 9, 2018
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I did my research and bought a Lamy 2000 (extra-fine) a couple years ago, and I thought it would be the only fountain pen I would ever buy. I was wrong. Something convinced me to give this pen, the Kaweco Special AL (extra-fine), a try. The simple style, the octagonal barrel, the fact that I knew how it felt in my hand before I even bought it. It was like I had used one in my distant past. When it arrived, it felt exactly as I expected. It felt familiar, though it's only the second fountain pen I've ever used, I'm certain of it. I bought a converter so I could use my own choice of ink with it, and when I had it all loaded up, I discovered how wonderfully it writes! No pressure required, and it just dances across the paper. I enjoy writing with it so much that I doodle during meetings now when I never used to! My only complaint is that the paint/enamel on the screw threads is already starting to flake and expose the brass beneath. I wish these high-wear areas had been anodized instead. But I don't ding any points for this "flaw", because it adds character to the pen. My Lamy stays home, where I rarely use it, while this pen I keep at work, where I'll use it for years to come.