Kaweco Classic Sport Fountain Pen - Red

£17.00
By Kaweco
Nib

Kaweco have been producing writing instruments from their factory in Germany since 1883.

A timeless classic, the Sport pen was originally designed in 1911 and is available in plastic casing or a metal finish in a wide range of colours. It features a plated stainless steel nib made by Bock of Heidelberg, 75-year makers of precision fountain pen parts.

Measuring just 10.5cm and weighing in at a feathery 20g, it’s pocket friendly too.

Sport can be refilled with standard size ink cartridges. If you’re on a mission to reduce single use plastic (high five!) you can opt for a converter with bottled ink.

Designed and made in Germany.

Delivery & Returns

We send our orders via a tracked delivery service with Royal Mail. Shipping to UK mainland addresses is free when you spend £30.00. For orders under £30.00, tracked delivery to UK mainland is £4.00.

A flat rate of £8.00 is charged for delivery to Ireland and Europe. Deliveries to the USA, Australia and all other worldwide territories start from £12.00, depending on the weight of the parcel.

Please note that international orders may incur customs charges. Please read our Delivery & Returns page carefully before placing an order.

If for any reason you are not happy with your purchase, it has been lost or damaged in the post, or you made a mistake when placing your order please contact us at hello@plainpaper.co as soon as possible.

Sustainability

It's never been more important to look after our planet.

That's why we plant a tree for every item purchased through Ecologi.

We ship your orders in 100% recycled plastic or paper packaging. In most cases our packaging is not only recyclable it is reusable.

We are committed to being kind to the environment and will continue to make small changes, moving us closer to our goal of being 100% sustainable.

Beginning life in the town of Heidelberg way back in 1883, each Kaweco pen and pencil is manually assembled and tested in the German city of Nuremberg, keeping a centuries-old tradition alive.